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Dave Deacon

Friday Torquay takeover talks connections

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You can't always trust businessmen Dave. Not sure why Mr Masters got involved with Torquay United and their ownership deal to be honest. If you read between the lines I think he'll get the stadium built, if that ever happens, and then walk away.

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You are still all talking rubbish!!! Pete Masters is NOT buying Torquay as you have all been saying. As a businessman he acted as a go-between the two parties as both sides trusted him. I do not doubt he earned a consulting fee and I am sure he confirmed that Truro City can ground share for a short time until the council get their finger out and allow work to start at Silverbow!  So when are you going to admit you have been spreading malicious rubbish and gossip. Just because one of you says something outrageous and someone else repeats it does not make it true.

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Russell,the fact that our Chairman at Truro City,is negociating,deals for other football clubs,is totally outrageous.

Could you inform us of anything like this has happened before with any other Club chairman.

I would have thought,with all the problems at his Club,he may be concentrating a bit more,to get things done at Truro City.

As for SilverBow,dont count your chicken's yet.

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He has plainmoor on hold for the 17/18 season in case silver bow isn't built!!! Does the man think people are stupid? 

Has anyone ever built a £6m project in 7 months from scratch? He's saying the right things with no actions. 

Mr masters is a businessman he'll be making money somewhere from the ground share deal whilst saving money. 

Mr keeble, your loyalty to the man is admirable but you'll be back on here within the year wondering what the hell is going on 

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It's no wonder we are all wondering. Guess the date that this article appeared on a BBC News website?

Truro City Football Club joy as stadium gets green light

Truro City Football Club's hopes for a new stadium have moved closer with the go-ahead from the government.

The secretary of state for communities and local government decided not to call in plans for Silver Bow.

The club's current Treyew Road ground will be redeveloped for shops to pay for the move.
The secretary of state also decided not to call in plans for a supermarket at West Langarth which will help finance a 6,000-seat sports stadium nearby.

Truro City said the go-ahead for Silver Bow was "the most exciting news every fan of Truro City FC could ever wish for".

The club said directors would be meeting developers Helical Retail "immediately" and "start planning the future".

Club chairman Peter Masters tweeted that it was "fantastic news".

14 November 2015!!!!!!!

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39 minutes ago, Dave Deacon said:

It's no wonder we are all wondering. Guess the date that this article appeared on a BBC News website?

Truro City Football Club joy as stadium gets green light

Truro City Football Club's hopes for a new stadium have moved closer with the go-ahead from the government.

The secretary of state for communities and local government decided not to call in plans for Silver Bow.

The club's current Treyew Road ground will be redeveloped for shops to pay for the move.
The secretary of state also decided not to call in plans for a supermarket at West Langarth which will help finance a 6,000-seat sports stadium nearby.

Truro City said the go-ahead for Silver Bow was "the most exciting news every fan of Truro City FC could ever wish for".

The club said directors would be meeting developers Helical Retail "immediately" and "start planning the future".

Club chairman Peter Masters tweeted that it was "fantastic news".

14 November 2015!!!!!!!

Bu££shit springs to mind.

Everyone is assuming building work will start at SilverBow in early January.

IT WONT.

So what will be the new date.?

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G.I. is a property development company with no interest in football whatsoever.

Funny old world, not a million miles removed from the TCFC situation.

Houses, houses, houses, supermarkets supermarkets.....££££££££

That's what it is always about, and always has been.

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Reading today,the statement from a Chinese Company who were keen on the Torquay take-over,but were ignored by a gentleman who was dealing with

the reported interest's,who actually belonged to another Club.

Torquay are very quickly becoming another Truro.

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53 minutes ago, somersetspur said:

Reading today,the statement from a Chinese Company who were keen on the Torquay take-over,but were ignored by a gentleman who was dealing with

the reported interest's,who actually belonged to another Club.

Torquay are very quickly becoming another Truro.

Said person obviously not concerned about best interest of club/clubs

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On 12/21/2016 at 10:21, somersetspur said:

Reading today,the statement from a Chinese Company who were keen on the Torquay take-over,but were ignored by a gentleman who was dealing with

the reported interest's,who actually belonged to another Club.

Torquay are very quickly becoming another Truro.

 

On 12/21/2016 at 11:16, cat weasel said:

Said person obviously not concerned about best interest of club/clubs

Could the said representative for the UNNAMED Chinese company now show an interest in the assets accumulated from the former Truro City, with the said representative having West Country residency that Chinese company may have business ambitions in the far South West. - Looking at the companies house revelations the said company does not appear to have any business or financial stability.Fact is the whole episode appears to have been manufactured as a last minute attempt to disrupt whatever is going on at TUFC and elsewhere.

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