Date: 28th February 2007 at 9:11am
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The Daily Echo has reported that Rupert Lowe is unlikely to make a shock come back to the Southampton board.

Despite Lowe being the third largest individual shareholder with 6.7% stake in the club, Michael Wilde and Leon Crouch own around a quarter of the shares between them with the Echo reporting: Wilde still holds 16 per cent of the shares and will never sell to Lowe or anyone associated with him.

And the Echo has been told that Crouch, the current acting chairman of Saints football board following Wilde’s departure, feels the same.

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3 Replies to “No comeback for Lowe”

  • Thank god for that, although money talks and if Lowe was determined enough, i`m sure he would get back in through the back door.

  • If he does get back in I wont be renewing my season ticket, and I’m sure I speak for half the St. Mary’s crowd.

  • I understand the feeling George but I support the lads on the pitch not the men in the boardroom.

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