Tottenham Hotspur Dividends - TTNM

Tottenham Hotspur Dividends - TTNM

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Tottenham Hotsp TTNM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 39.25 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
39.25 39.25
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Tottenham Hotspur TTNM Dividends History

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isis: This is a very strange action to take and I wouldn't trust it at all - bit late now though. Football shares are and have been the biggest con ever. 'After reporting a 36.4% jump in revenue to 163.5 million pounds, and a 42% surge in pre-transfer fee profits to 32.3 million pounds, Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur (TTNM) announced it would be de-listing from AIM to become a private company. The board felt that as a floated company, it would be restricted in its ability to secure funding to increase the capacity of the club's stadium. Small shareholders who sell their shares upon the de-listing will be delighted to know they will have share certificates returned to them as a memento. The shares dived 11p to 35p.'
yesrupnel: The other side of the story from TTNM recent RNS - it does not look that good for planning permission - still plenty of disagreement and certain delays - possible costs could be £400m.
yesrupnel: Deloittes have just brought out their annual report of Europen football which gives a breakdown on the top clubs on Europe from a financial perspective. TTNM come 15th. You have to give your email address and you can look at the report instantly. Just useful background info.
yesrupnel: TTNM now guaranteed place in Europe as Portsmouth have not been allowed to enter the competion so the top 7 teams get into Europe and 8th placed Everton are 10 points behind TTNM with only 3 games to play - 9 points.
yesrupnel: 50,000 shares just bought for 71p - higher than the existing trading range of 67-70p. Followed by a small buy of 3500 shares at 69.1p. Could be some interest in the share price now as the next few matches could decide if TTNM are in the Champions or Europa League - the Champions League is far more lucrative so lets hope they stay in 4th place.
yesrupnel: The TTNM 1st half year accounts (to 31 Dec 2009) state that they lost £2m from gate receipts not being in Europe at all in the 2009/10 season and £1.5m loss in Sponsorship and Corporate. If they get into the Champsions League I assume they will make that money in 2010/11 and you get £3m to get into the CL and £2.4m if get into Group stage (TTNM would initially be in the Play Offs which they need to beat another team over 2 games to get into the Group stage) and you get £0.6 every game if you win and £0.3 if you draw any match). Assuming TTNM get into the Group stage and win a few games (do not get past the Group stages) they could be in for approx £8m from UEFA (a very rough guess) and £3.5 from tickets/corporate/sponsorship = £11.5m. Their total revunue for year ended June 2009 was £113m so that could equate to an additional 10% revenue. Not sure how that translates into profits what with new signings that may occur, stadium build costs etc. I have not found the revenue figures they would get from the Europa Cup if they came 5thh/6th. These are very rough figures so do your own research please.
mirex: Share Buy Back scheme a positive note, graphs all VERY positive, new Manager seems to be settling in, new training ground another positive. Wouldn't expect to see any BID news yet, on the cards maybe but not in the distant future IMHO. Anybody interested int his one? Don't usually like footy shares but TTNM been a cracker for me since buying @ 50p last year and it's never been anywhere near my ever increasing stop loss target.
ukhawk: Papillon, ok maybe Ashley's example wasn't a good one, as his original purchase was a much smaller percentage than Enic's original share of TTNM. The part of Totters post which I didn't agree with was the last paragraph where he stated that "the froth" in the share price would now more or less disappear. It could be argued that Enic now have all their ducks in a row for a possible take-over, but it's more likely they have a more elaborate idea in mind.
cyberpost: ukhawk.. TTNM is valued at over £200m.... TTNM have a heck of a lot of preference shares outstanding.
ukhawk: Well the offer for Newcastle is £133m, valuing it higher than TTNM. The bad news is that Mike Ashley is the buyer, and he's one of the guys touted as a possible bidder for TTNM. He's supposed to have contacts with Levy, but looks like the price Levy ( Enic ) wants has priced him out !
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