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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goals Soccer Centres Plc LSE:GOAL London Ordinary Share GB00B0486M37 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 27.20 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 33.1 8.2 9.3 2.9 20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2006
16:36
bought in today - looks to be a good growth story which should only be enhanced by World Cup as that will generate more interest. hopefully no 'own goals' here!
melody9999
18/5/2006
16:58
is that the dead cat?!
arab3
03/5/2006
12:19
Hi - yep, the Rooney foot factor kicked in yesterday - but this merely represents a good buying opportunity - Cheers, The Cat
dibblecat
02/5/2006
11:59
The trend is up. Why worry about minor fluctuations?
billfisher98
02/5/2006
11:16
whats up, has Rooney moved the price down?
arab3
28/4/2006
07:52
Hi Fortfield in your post of 13th March 2006 you predicted that the share would reach £2.65. Ok you were a month late. But well done. The "good feel" factor of the world cup in June is going to have a positive effect on this share. Can see it slowly moving forward to £3. Regards SM
stephanie_m
27/4/2006
12:32
Hmm - very surprised at the lack of postings on here for this very interesting prospect - will be in, hopefully, on any weakness - but won't be holding my breath - Good Luck to those already lucky enough to be riding the wave....The Cat
dibblecat
25/4/2006
13:02
PWR starting to motor
frances2
24/4/2006
13:23
ticking up nicely, seems to be more on pwr board about goal than here.
arab3
21/4/2006
09:27
Nicely breaking to a new high
m.t.glass
17/4/2006
10:07
Also tipped at http://www.lemminginvestor.com who originally tipped the company at 117p and say there is more to be had.
bachman
16/4/2006
18:43
Oh, and here's another one from Scotland on Sunday: Five-a-side firm pitches hopes on World Cup fever WILLIAM LYONS FOOTBALL five-a-side specialist Goals Soccer Centres has revealed plans to build 10 sites and will launch a UK-wide tournament to coincide with this summer's World Cup. The East Kilbride firm, which floated on the Alternative Investment Market in December 2004, says it is actively looking at two sites in Edinburgh to expand its portfolio this year. Created by managing director Keith Rogers, GSC has cashed in on the growing demand for after-work knock-about football. Since its listing at 62p a share, its pre-tax profits have climbed 355% to £2.8m. Its current share price is 231.5p. GSC now has 18 centres throughout the UK and Rogers says he has a £25m war chest to net further expansion. Rogers said: "We will be looking to open another five centres this year and a minimum of five centres next year. "I would like to stress the word minimum. The vast majority of sites will be in England because that is where the market is, but that doesn't mean we have turned our back on Scotland. "We are now looking at a couple of opportunities in Edinburgh." Rogers says the firm hopes to cash in on the wave of enthusiasm surrounding the World Cup by launching a major UK-wide tournament that will offer companies and individual teams the chance to compete against each other. He added: "We will be announcing a major UK-wide tournament to coincide with the World Cup in the next few weeks. "We are working with a lot of companies across the UK delivering World Cup tournaments for companies who want to put together competitions for their staff and clients. "In the past few weeks we have had Waitrose, with 85 teams, and we are in talks with a major telecommunications company." GSC's main rival is Paisley-based Powerleague, with 32 UK centres. In February it announced that pre-tax profits for the final six months of 2005 had more than doubled to £1.4m. Analysts say if GSC continues its expansion and opens 100 centres, then operating profit will climb to £50m and the company will be worth 860p per share. Rogers started out in the five-a-side soccer business by co-founding Anchor International, which opened its first five-a-side centre in 1987. He expanded the business before selling to private equity firm 3i for £28m in 1999. After selling Anchor, Rogers led a management buy-in of an existing five-a-side operation running five centres, backed by Bank of Scotland and Dunedin, which has evolved into the current business. This article: http://scotlandonsunday.scotsman.com/business.cfm?id=575962006
markjeppo
16/4/2006
17:43
Tipped in the Sunday Telegraph 16/04/06 Goals Soccer Centres Goals Soccer Centres (229p) is a commercial five-a-side soccer venue operator that is taking advantage of the enthusiasm for what has become one of the fastest growing sports in the UK. The company has opened seven state-of-the-art centres since it listed on Aim in 2004. It now has 18 centres, which feature rubber grass; it has also signed a significant partnership agreement with Umbro, the sportswear manufacturer, and will benefit from Umbro's affiliation with major sporting personalities. GSC had just 11 soccer centres when it listed and its management has won plaudits for maintaining the rate of opening of new centres in the face of a difficult planning environment. Analysts say the UK could sustain around 200 of the centres and GSC expects to open a further six this year. The company's sales increased from £8.3m in 2004 to £11.2m last year, an increase of 35 per cent, while the dividend, 0.5p, is twice that forecast at flotation, a yield of 0.2 per cent. With World Cup fever about to hit the UK, and the Football Association committed to supporting the growth of five-a-side soccer, now is a good time to buy into the GSC growth story.
markjeppo
10/4/2006
14:55
head of Yoda?
mintpenguin
05/4/2006
17:34
Its a 2 horse race. He needs a brace minimum tonight or its all over imo.
frank spencer
05/4/2006
15:24
He needs to put away a few tonight imho. Andrii Shevchenko Milan* 3 6 9 Ronaldinho Barcelona* 1 5 6
mkearns
17/3/2006
11:10
This little doggy is going down.
xumii
13/3/2006
20:36
fort have any reason for that?
biggcl
13/3/2006
19:56
Hi I think this share will reach £2.65 by the end of the month. F
fortfield
13/3/2006
12:58
director sells! this company has great potential but i think share price has gone a bit too far too quick
roodboy
13/3/2006
02:08
Nice write up in the Sunday Times Money section gor Goals: look at the article headed "Fund Stars Record".
angelika
09/3/2006
15:54
merroth: look at the motley fool page News & Commentary(TMF Arkle) dated 09/03/06.
angelika
09/3/2006
11:12
This share has been been mentioned in a number of publications over the last few months, though no doubt the Motley Fool tip has not done it any harm. The excellent results speak for themselves - it's a successful roll out that looks set to go from strength to strength.
markjeppo
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