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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 00:00:00
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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22/2/2005
15:47
forget about technology companies where investors live in hope of sales growth and profits.they are a waste of time .only a few make it. this stock is a classic growth stock..with revenues expected to rise over the next few years.also a dividend expected next year.a classic tuckaway for the long term.
risk investor
22/2/2005
15:37
yahoo!!! lets rocket now
kitkat
22/2/2005
15:23
In view of what recently happened to their rivals, I guess a lot of potential buyers were waiting to see if GOAL results included anything even vaguely negative in the accompanying comments. But not so. They seem to have passed the test. Game on.
m.t.glass
22/2/2005
15:18
Cat--- Thanks for that.
savogi
22/2/2005
15:13
GOAL From Broker: Profit before tax and amortisation was on forecast at £0.7m, up 75%. Diluted EPS was up 39% at 2.5p. We estimate that is equivalent to post-IPO EPS of 2.8p. �� Like-for-like sales were up 7% and operating margin has firmed 0.8 of a percentage point to 29.0%. �� The first opening for 2005, Black Country, has opened on plan. Planning consent has now been received for Walthamstow and as a result the remaining five planned openings this year all now have consent. In addition legal work has been completed on four more sites and is under way on a further six. These are subject to planning consent, but provide an adequate basis for the target of four openings in 2006 and a further five in 2007. �� There is no change to our forecast. However we have now added the 2007 forecast with earnings growth of 46%. In the six weeks since its IPO, the message on Goals has not changed: it remains a unique investment in a fast growing market that taps into the UK's national sport. Our forecast, also, has not changed, and although the market has recognised the value of the growth model, the prospective PER is still modest given forecast earnings growth running at a compound average of 80% for the next two years. This can be seen in the rapid drop of the multiple from 22 times in 2005 to 13 in 2006 and 9 in 2007.
cat
22/2/2005
11:00
Few big buys just gone through.
savogi
22/2/2005
10:51
time to top up on the back of these results
kitkat
22/2/2005
10:43
Thanks M.T. Missed that I'll have a listen later.
myoldmate
22/2/2005
08:02
Within the past 10 minutes BBC Radio 5 Live broadcast a customer interview from the company's Wimbledon branch, followed by a lengthy interview with the MD on air, in which prices, business aims, and relationships with local authorities all got discussed. I would guess that extracts from the tapes will repeated during other BBC business programmes later. NOTE: With all BBC radio programmes it is possible to replay any broadcast item for 7 days afterwards on the internet.
m.t.glass
22/2/2005
07:35
That's what I thought. And they have a positive outlook too, more centres to open this year and several in the pipeline.
myoldmate
22/2/2005
07:27
Very good result.
savogi
22/2/2005
07:12
Financial * Sales up 35% to #8.3m (2003: #6.2m) * EBITDA up 45% to #3.2m (2003: #2.2m) * EBITA up 38% to #2.4m (2003: #1.7m) * Profit on ordinary activities before tax and amortisation up 72% to #0.7m (2003: #0.4m) * Earnings Per Share up 50% to 1.92p (2003: 1.28p) * Strong financial performance driven by like-for-like sales growth of 7% and new openings
savogi
21/2/2005
10:29
Kitkat FOUR --- i hope you did not sell your shares on friday, it looks like it was a good shake by MMS, and very similar shake in goal last week.
savogi
21/2/2005
10:27
last one at 110p
kitkat
21/2/2005
09:57
last one at 109p starting next leg up
kitkat
17/2/2005
10:35
ciara If that is the case, where do you get your figures from? like you said maybe you should ask how much it cost before you come up with those sort of figures. They cannot say it cost 1.8m if it was not correct, the PLC co must be very careful with the figures.
savogi
17/2/2005
10:14
myoldmate What they say and what is reality two different things. Should contact multibuild and ask how much it cost to build the last goals site and how much is teeside costing.
ciara2
16/2/2005
19:30
ciara2. According to info on their website each centre costs 1.8m not 3.2m as you state, also they claim that they cater for 30,000 customers per week, I would guess probably a tenner each would be a conservative estimate of their spend per visit, that's £300,000 per week multiplied by say, again being conservative, 45 weeks, I make that 13.5 m, sounds pretty good to me. http://www.goalsplc.com/goals/about/?sec=0&sub=0
myoldmate
16/2/2005
16:58
Always is.
m.t.glass
16/2/2005
16:54
Very unstable sector to be in at the moment.
glasgow13
16/2/2005
16:24
what clever games the mm play!!! all the way back now
kitkat
16/2/2005
14:36
what a tree shake last mm at 107p now :-)
kitkat
16/2/2005
10:56
agreed. But this business is a serious ???
ciara2
16/2/2005
10:43
Need to revise your multiple by 8.3% after Feb 28 when Teesside branch comes onstream. But I don't think anyone buys shares in recently-floated leisure sector companies without knowing it's a speculative area ;o)
m.t.glass
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