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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goals Soccer 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% 27.20p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 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 20.46

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/3/2019
08:38
Blimey. I seem to recall that both Carillion and Patisserie Valerie uncovered some ‘accounting errors’. Do any avatars have any idea how these turned out? tia
monte1
14/3/2019
07:48
The share price is sitting at an all time low. Anyone who is holding with a much higher average should be thinking of buying more to bring there average down.
sunnybeachboy
13/3/2019
18:30
Value Hound. You are a brave man/woman to buy this at 32p but good luck!
killieboy
13/3/2019
17:20
Few buyers about at this level.100,000@25150,000@25.83
sunnybeachboy
13/3/2019
14:18
We will soon see once final results are out. I'm in until results good or bad.Good luck.
sunnybeachboy
13/3/2019
14:12
How do you know the NAV is a correct figure? My primary reason for buying it at 70p a share was because the P/B was 0.83 at the time and I thought that was cheap for a company with good growth prospects. If those figures are wrong then the shares are not cheap.
apollocreed1
13/3/2019
13:39
Maximum buy 55,000 share
sunnybeachboy
13/3/2019
13:36
Taken 40,000@26.00p Net asset value is over 1.00 pound a share.
sunnybeachboy
13/3/2019
12:49
This should have been suspended last week, leaving it on the market has just meant the uncertainty has crucified it.
eastbourne1982
13/3/2019
11:04
Looks terrible here. 20p next
sunnybeachboy
12/3/2019
23:22
The last time this sock went up was 2006 my friend. It’s 2019. So I will revise my “it’s always been a dog” to “this has been a dog for 13 years” if you prefer.
john09
12/3/2019
22:23
"it’s always been a dog" Well no it hasn't; it was almost eight times where it is now four years ago when most posters were touting it as a great growth stock with a big future, since when the NTAV has increased. So while, as Eastbourne1982 says, the covenants mention is a worry, this thing we do is all about risk-reward and, personally, I think this is far more likely to double than to disappear. This is the game we play; I get quite a few right and some wrong - though far fewer of the latter than the former, thankfully. On verra...
value hound
12/3/2019
21:22
Banking covenants being smashed to pieces doesn't help either.
eastbourne1982
12/3/2019
21:22
Wouldn’t touch this with yours, it’s always been a dog, unloved and underperformed as a business so throw in some fake accounting and woah why would you buy 🙄👌
john09
12/3/2019
20:41
I disagree. I think what's happening is that other people presume what you're saying is true, so they sell and even a few small sales knock the price and sends it into auction as they're so thinly traded now. Anyway, I bought a few at a little over 32p so time will tell...
value hound
12/3/2019
18:13
"Accounting errors" look to be more serious than the RNS suggested!
killieboy
12/3/2019
12:58
Sliding down down down!
lenzcrafter
09/3/2019
12:00
As part of the review of the results for the financial year ending 31 December 2018, the Board, together with the Auditors, are working to resolve certain accounting errors, and are reviewing some accounting practices and policies. It is likely that the Board will take a more prudent approach both for 2018 full year results and going forward. this is where there is a black hole found
opodio
08/3/2019
13:15
I think the lesson from this stock is never to buy any individual stocks. There is no way that you can ever be assured that there is no fraud occurring in the company. I've suffered big losses in the recent past from believing the false trading statements of various CEOs, but in the UK especially, there are very weak punishments for fraud. Directors usually buy shares to deceive investors into following them, because their salaries are much higher than the amount they put into the shares. Even Mike Ashley and the North Atlantic Smaller companies Trust have been swindled by GOAL, so there is no advantage to being a professional investor. Over the long-term, no investment can beat the safety or return of being a buy-to-let landlord I even had my fund managers in the City Financial Absolute Equity Fund stealing from the till.
apollocreed1
08/3/2019
09:08
Yet another own goal again - So post 530 repeated and reinforced - Starting to smell like a dead duck!! Teach me again to take all ANALYST'S pronouncements - rose tinted glasses etc with a VERY LARGE SACK OF SALT !!!!!
pugugly
14/1/2019
19:05
I never realised it'd be so damn hard to make a bob or two out of the two favourite pastimes of the English, beer and football. It's probably something to do with Brexit.
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