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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

Goals Soccer Centres Share Discussion Threads

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24/2/2005
16:09
nice one sav last mm at 118p
kitkat
24/2/2005
16:04
This is looking very nice now 400k buys,i wonder if institution are buying.
savogi
23/2/2005
17:20
had to fill the gap between 107p and 112p onwards and upwards now
kitkat
23/2/2005
17:06
Ended the day with a bullish candle, and those delayed buys.. 135p by Easter?
m.t.glass
23/2/2005
16:55
Be nice to see another institution buying in. J O Hambro has 5.19% but that's it as far as I can tell.
myoldmate
23/2/2005
16:39
And a couple of 40k T-trades for good measure. This feels like it might be about to resume the trajectory it was on before it reacted to the demise of its rival a month ago
m.t.glass
23/2/2005
16:00
nice 82.5k delayed buy nice nice nice
kitkat
23/2/2005
15:39
FOUR-- you might be right, if it goes down i would buy a lot more, and goal you are correct it looks very good right now after the result.
savogi
23/2/2005
15:35
FOUR might go down before up as the results are out and the momentum is slowed down Sav Chart on GOAL on the other hand looks bullish and we shud see 180p
kitkat
23/2/2005
15:31
Yep, i am convinced it will go to 250.
savogi
23/2/2005
15:20
yep are you still holding FOUR sav?
kitkat
23/2/2005
15:16
It is looking good in a bad market.
savogi
23/2/2005
15:14
taking off!!!
kitkat
23/2/2005
14:08
done MT great site
kitkat
23/2/2005
13:51
kitkat - any chance you could add the company website into your header please? http://www.goalsfootball.co.uk
m.t.glass
23/2/2005
13:11
last mm at 112p lets go go go
kitkat
23/2/2005
13:10
starting to go up only blue in a sea of red
kitkat
23/2/2005
07:57
GOALS Soccer Centres, the Hamilton-based five-a-side football company, yesterday revealed rising profits and booming sales only months after floating on the stock market. In its first set of results since it listed on London's Alternative Investment Market in December, the company said pre-tax profits for the year to the end of December came in at £613,000 against £306,000 the year before. Sales rose by 35 per cent to £8.3 million during the 12 months, while like-for-like sales were up 7 per cent. While no dividend was paid this year, chairman Rodney Walker said Goals intends to pay "a small dividend each year for the foreseeable future", starting with the current financial year. He said the majority of "distributable profits and cashflow" will be ploughed into the group's ambitious growth plans. Goals currently has 12 centres across the UK - including two in Glasgow and one in Aberdeen. It is planning to launch 15 more during the next three years, five of which it expects to open this year. It opened a new centre in Wimbledon last May and another in the West Midlands last month. A centre on Teesside is due to open this year, while construction has already begun on two others at Heathrow Airport and in Sheffield. Goals currently has total debt of about £10m, down from £19.2m at the end of 2003. However, it recently put a six-year revolving credit facility in place with HBOS, worth £22.5m, and more than enough to fund its expansion plan, according to managing director Keith Rogers. He said trading had continued strongly into the new financial year, and that he expected further significant progress during 2005. Shares in the group closed up 1p at 108.5p yesterday - more than double the 59p issue price last December. Goals' strong results come less than a month after Edinburgh-based five-a-side football and leisure chain Vida Sports collapsed into administration after attempting to expand too rapidly
risk investor
23/2/2005
07:44
"..Goals currently has total debt of about £10m, down from £19.2m at the end of 2003. However, it recently put a six-year revolving credit facility in place with HBOS, worth £22.5m, and more than enough to fund its expansion plan, according to managing director Keith Rogers.." (The Scotsman, Feb 23)
m.t.glass
22/2/2005
23:41
Is this about right me-o-mate? Dramatic forecasts! Yr(31/12) - Sales(£m) - EBITDA(£m) - Pre Tax(£m) - EPS(p) -- DPS(p) 2003------- 6.2 -------- 2.2 --------- 0.4 --------1.8 ------0.00 2004------- 8.3 -------- 3.2 --------- 0.7 --------2.5 ------0.00 2005E----- 12.2 -------- 4.9 --------- 2.9 ------- 4.9 ----- 0.25 2006E----- 16.5 -------- 7.4 --------- 4.9 ------- 8.1 ----- 0.29 2007E----- 22.2 ------- 10.4 --------- 7.3 ------ 11.9 ----- 0.33 Growth 04-05 ---- 46.8% ------ 52.3% ------- 298.6% ----- 96.8% 05-06 ---- 35.6% ------ 51.0% ------- 67.2% ------ 66.3% 06-07 ---- 34.5% ------ 40.5% ------- 49.0% ------ 45.8%
m.t.glass
22/2/2005
15:49
just topped up
kitkat
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