Date: 22nd July 2018 at 8:00am
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After all the doom and gloom in recent weeks as we discovered the true fall out from our failure to gain promotion from the Championship back into the Premier League with Wembley Play-Off disappointment against Fulham, things got a little bit better for Villa fans this week.

After all the talk and speculation about new potential owners, on Friday we gained some in the shape of the slightly wealthy duo Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens who have reportedly taken a 55% stake in the club.

Clearly, that solves our cash flow issues which is a significant weight off given HMRC and all those issues, but it doesn’t by default solve Financial Fair Play problems – that hole continues to exist and needs rectifying.

New Owners – So Where Do Aston Villa Go From Here – Let’s Begin With Some Answers On FFP

But that’s the serious side to the end to the week, I’ve had enough of being serious so I’m going to turn to something I’d call beautiful.

We have an update on the Villa Park pitch – and that’s all that matters, right?

Looks a lot better doesn’t it, and we now even have money to paint the lines!

 
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2 Replies to ““This Is What Happens When You Bring In A Co-Owner” “We Got 99 Problems But This Ain’t One” – Can This Week Get Any Better For Fans”

  • Well it seems we now have the finances via our new rich investors, so I say that’s great news and let’s let them worry about FFP they are obviously good business men so let’s wait and see what happens.
    Watched the game yesterday and haveave to agree the Ist half was a load of rubbish, second half better but for me Delaet was our best player by a country mile. Be interesting to see how we go against West Ham wonder if Snoddy will play,

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