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So 800 odd members can chew on the offer overnight if they turn to their email inbox before the meeting tomorrow. Remember we have time in the 14 days after the meeting to read the full 50 page (maybe longer now) prospectus at the club and do not have to vote immediately. However if the deal is a good one and can take us forward to the next chapter in the clubs history then a quick resolution would certainly give the club more room to manoeuvre if any offers are made to GA in the next few days. By not securing loans against Adams Park it certainly appears to get off to a better start than the 'other American' bid at start of the year...
Do the Couhigs have deep enough pockets and appetite to invest, to enable GA to achieve promotion and maintain a position in the Championship - why not think big and positive!
Do they have the long term vision to keep financing the club should we be relegated?
The devil will be in the details perhaps however I think they will have been aware of other early bids in the last few weeks now , including the Dutch approach and lets see if there offer is sensible!
I have been very critical of the why the Board handled the Loan at start of year, however am impressed that they appear to have taken on board the criticisms levelled against them at various meetings. By chance I have meet the Couhigs outside of the club environment am as sure as 35 years in business can make me that they are the real deal as far as supporting the club is concerned.