PAFELL Posted December 15, 2009 Share Posted December 15, 2009 I noticed on Sky text that the Bankers Rothschilds are trying to sell West Ham and have approached the old Birmingham city owners - who are now interested in buying into the club. It is also my understanding that Rothschilds are also trying to find a buyer for Rovers. Now I do not claim to have any knowledge on how these things work - but I cannot understand why West Ham who are mega in debt are more attractive than Rovers - who to a certain degree have their house in order. Putting aside personal likes or dislikes with regards to Brum's previous owners - why have Rothschilds pointed them in the direction of West Ham and not Rovers? Surely Rothschilds have been employed longer by Rovers than West Ham, Rovers have been up for sale for longer than West Ham. Some may say it is the attraction of London clubs - but I cannot except that, when I look at Notts County who are in the lower divisions. I am wondering if the Walker Trust demands are too accesive for anybody to be interested in buying Rovers - or the trust are not serious about selling. Having certain demands is a good protection for the Club, so I have no concern about that. Or is it just that Rothschilds are no good for Rovers. Or did the previous owners look at Rovers and turned them down or did the club turn them down? There must be somebody on this message board who have more knowledge on these things than most of us. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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