Date: 18th July 2007 at 9:20am
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It seems the power struggle at Southampton is set to continue, with the latest comments to the stock exchange.

The statement to the Stock Exchange read: ‘The board had hoped, and were given an indication, that certain parties would make an investment in the Company during the course of the financial year.

‘Unfortunately no such investment was made and the board have subsequently sought to identify and obtain funds from other potential investors to enable the Company to achieve its full potential’.

While the Echo also points the finger firmly in the faces of Michael Wilde, Patrick Trant and Leon Crouch.

The paper goes on to quote comments made a year ago by the trio to highlight the splits in the Southampton boardroom.

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One Reply to “Same old for Saints”

  • Come on guys, you must have comments/feelings on this subject…I for one feel very let down with the lack of investment/money being available for our beloved club at the moment, especially with news articles of an approach being made to Rupert Lowe to return to the club, I know thats just tabloid talk (fingers crossed)

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