It would be a strange move to make if they were desperate to dispose of the club. Presumably they'd be happy enough to tolerate Barclays for a bit longer while they found a bidder.
Seems like a lot of trouble to be going to for an asset they want rid of. And if interest rates are more punitive in India, where is the sense in it, if they're keen to run us on the tick?
It's really not making any sense whatsoever, and you have to suspect that something is not quite right about this arrangement.
Spot on - IMO, it doesn't feel right, especially given some of the decisions we have seen made since Venky's bought the club.
There are a number of possible scenarios ranging from the good to the not so good.
I have already flagged the complexities that could be involved with such an arrangement.
I have always maintained that, IMO, Venky's would not exit Rovers with a financial loss.
Oh what a tangled web this might
be. Equally, there might be justifiable reasons for this action - I hope that this is the case.
The lack of communication or transparency from Rovers, which has been the case ever since Venky's assumed ownership, does not alleviate any worries.
Edited by Mercerman, 04 May 2012 - 15:21 PM.