No tantrum from me. What I said was that it was my last comment on that post as I refuse to get drawn into your puerile arguments. That stands.
You didn’t. You said it was the last time you would ever speak to me, it’s there in black and white. Ever is very definite, and not specific to one post.
So not only have you thrown a massive wobbly, you’re now denying you threw a wobbly despite it being there for all. How old are you? Six?
I gave comment on a particular comment you had made, and I showed the entire comment. Twist as much as you like, that statement was incorrect on both counts. That you may have said something else elsewhere matters not 1 jot.
Kind of does. It’s this wonderful thing called context. Reading something in context stops you looking like an idiot.
The simple facts are that no-one selling anything is responsible for the new owners actions.
If you’re the Bennetts and you claim to care about the club, selling it to a random bloke from Hong Kong with no prior knowledge of English football, without asking who else is involved, you take some of the blame.
It’s like me saying “I need to give up my pet, but it needs to go to a good home, and then selling it to a complete wrong-un. I’m sorry, but if you claim to care for something, you take the blame if you haven’t done due diligence.
I notice you’ve ignored this point entirely, so presumably you’re struggling to counter it.
and that the FA are ultimately responsible for the control of the behaviour, of every club under their jurisdiction. If they know a person is not fit to run a club they have the authority to refuse to allow that person to run a club. While they may not be able to stop the purchase in law, they hold the right to remove the "golden share",(remember that?), from any club, thus removing the said club from competitions they hold sway over.
Again, rather than prattle on showing how clever you think you are go check out the rules of admittance to the FA.
I’ve checked it out and nowhere in the FA’s standardised rules does it say that. You’ve literally made it up to suit your argument.
To put it in context (that thing you believe doesn’t matter) the discussion was about Gateshead and the issues there. First and foremost, if you’d bothered to read the standardised rules properly, you’d see it’s actually up to the leagues to decide action to take (so in this case, the National League).
The FA holds sway over the FA Cup, Trophy and Vase. Other league-related punishments are dished out by the individual leagues. Banning someone from the FA Trophy isn’t going to bring their ownership tumbling down.
Moreover, the very reason we have various laws relating to businesses, contracts etc (I.E. company law) is to cover these eventualities. There’s no eventuality whereby effectively shutting a club down (for what is the point of a football club if the FA won’t allow them to play) is even required as an option. And indeed it would be immediately challenged.
For some reason, you seem to believe law and statute doesn’t apply to the FA, and they should intervene in any club as they seem fit. You’re also grossly wrong. Legally, they can’t.
Again, my last word on this subject. No doubt you will take that as me spitting my dummy out again and having another tantrum TTFN.
Given your latest episode of pant pissing, everyone will take this as you having a tantrum. You stick to cracking off about Rugby League. At least you might know something about that sport.