Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goals Soccer Centres 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 85.50p 83.00p 88.00p 85.50p 85.50p 85.50p 12,962 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 33.1 8.2 9.3 9.2 64.31

Goals Soccer Centres Share Discussion Threads

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01/3/2011
20:05
Yes there are a lot of positives for this stock especially the potential market in the states. I would feel better if debt was lower say no more than 5 X profit, currently 10% is not much breathing room tbh. What if there was some more seriuos weather this year and they are shut for a month again? I hope the directors know what they are doing!
aquadave99
01/3/2011
09:09
Free Willy 2, you make some very good points. As long as debt providers see this as the very good cash generator that it is then the debt level should not be a big problem.
gerdmuller
01/3/2011
09:02
Here's an encouraging write-up from the Scotsman: http://business.scotsman.com/business/Weather-hits-Goals-profits-but.6726336.jp And here's my favourite bit from that article: "We see the opportunity in America as being so good and so large it's not something we want to give away with a franchise," Rogers added. Analysts recommended buying shares in the Aim-quoted company, with both Numis and Peel Hunt saying it was significantly undervalued. Peel Hunt analyst Paul Hickman said: "Goals has come through the most challenging economic and weather conditions in good shape."
malc999
28/2/2011
16:30
Personally from reading the reports I am happy that there has been little change in price. IMO it shows confidence as the results are by no means good but it is probably the weathers fault anyway (as usual!). The thing that worries me is debt! it has increased massively since 2009 I think to around £51m from £39m? From report I think debt facilities only reach £55m. = worried!
aquadave99
28/2/2011
12:58
Investors totally unimpressed!
killieboy
28/2/2011
09:11
Results seem as expected to me. Outlook seems to look ok also. I think broker comments should be fairly good from here.
gerdmuller
20/2/2011
05:11
Super share. Fab cashflows, barriers to entry. Roll out. DYOR.
paulypilot
15/2/2011
14:05
I think we are having the usual rise up to results day. There will be a bit of a sell off when results are released but hopefully not too much. Judging by the price rise over the last month or so I would say good results are expected - despite snow etc that will already be factored in after trading update in early Jan.
aquadave99
14/2/2011
10:37
Announced via the RNS today: 14 February 2011 Goals Soccer Centres plc Notice of Results Goals Soccer Centres plc will be announcing their preliminary results for the year ended 31 December 2010 on Monday, 28 February 2011.
malc999
09/2/2011
11:02
Well I make it that these are on PE ratios at 135p of 11, 9 and 8 for the next couple of years with eps forecast to grow by about 38 per cent. So perhaps finally people coming into the market are beginning to see some value.
gerdmuller
08/2/2011
19:44
Nice rise today - any ideas?
killieboy
20/1/2011
14:27
Not sure what the score is here but it seems to be moving at last and I'm no longer as sick as a parrot but over the moon. Bought on the same day as Sir Rodders so looks like a good move. Looks like a good co to me with a lot more potential yet.
gerdmuller
13/1/2011
17:03
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS A controversial plan to build a football centre in Heaton Park will go ahead despite last ditch objections by campaigners. The proposal to use a corner of the park in Prestwich for the centre – which will include 13 football pitches and 82 car parking spaces – were approved last year. But the project stalled after campaigners objected to the sale of the land from Manchester council to developer Goals Soccer Centres. Members of the council's Communities and Neighbourhoods Scrutiny Committee endorsed the original decision to sell the land made by chief executive Howard Bernstein in July. Protesters accused the council of selling the land just for profit and said the park was given to the people of Manchester and should not be disposed of. The sale will now go ahead paving the way for the centre to be built. Coun Mike Amesbury, the council's culture and leisure spokesman, said: "This fantastic centre will enhance the first class facilities already available at the park, without having any impact on its historic core. "It's something that local residents have been asking us for years and we're really pleased that it is finally getting the go-ahead. Despite the misinformation there has been about the development, I know it will be warmly welcomed.
cupasoup2006
13/1/2011
16:55
I've decided to buy here, they are taking over my local 6 aside pitches as of next week, the place generates in excess of 5k a week I would have thought, great cash flow business! I'm hedging against any price rises!lol!
dick grasso
13/1/2011
06:06
should go up once the big seller finishes. Just a standard roll-out. Great cashlow. Debt manageable. Big barriers to entry. Mgt remuneration is reasonable. I like it Cheers, PP./
paulypilot
07/1/2011
13:50
Is hotfinance still about, is there any chance of putting a chart in the header? Thanks!
dick grasso
07/1/2011
13:45
http://www.my-share.co.uk/Broker-notes-January-2011/ Broker upgrade
nellie1973
27/12/2010
14:51
This is care of The Scotsman on 21st December: THE chairman of five-a-side operator Goals Soccer Centres, Sir Rodney Walker, yesterday spent £150,000 on shares to increase his holding for the second time in a week. Walker, who used to head the UK Sports Council, bought 120,001 shares at 125p. Last week he was one of several directors at the East Kilbride company who had bought a combined £200,000 worth of shares after the firm issued a profit warning due to the impact of the weather. Goals said that trading had been in line with market expectations "prior to the latest extraordinary snowfalls across the UK". The heavy snow is expected to reduce profits before tax by £700,000 for the year to 31 December with analysts now expecting the company to make a profit of £8.6m.
malc999
16/12/2010
21:27
Decent update - better than I expected.
killieboy
16/12/2010
14:27
Looks like a load of directors buying today!
cupasoup2006
10/12/2010
21:07
Strange dealing pattern today - any ideas?
killieboy
03/12/2010
18:47
Scott84 - Agree, profit warning on the cards I should imagine.
killieboy
03/12/2010
10:40
I'd imagine the severe weather is more of a reason for the price drop.
scott84
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