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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Wed Nov 10, 2021 5:06 pm

Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?




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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby amber_fluid » Wed Nov 10, 2021 5:24 pm

Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?


$12m or $25 million debt, what’s the difference when they aren’t paying any of it back anyway.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Vamos » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:00 pm

amber_fluid wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?


$12m or $25 million debt, what’s the difference when they aren’t paying any of it back anyway.


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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby tigerpie » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:12 pm

I was thinking the same thing ,12million in debt?
Why would you not pay the debt. Is there interest involved in this debt?

Apparently 15 million from sponsors,benefactors etc but they are presuming the federal taxpayer will cough up 15 million.
Anyone told Scomo yet?
As a liberal bean counter wouldn't he say "service your debt first"?
According to Richardson that's a given.

I have to give it to Port, they have nurries, to ask for the special treatment they receive.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Vamos » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:23 pm

mighty_tiger_79 wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?




Pity the club don't care about the locals..


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A development to enhance womens footy in the area, soccer pitches & basketball courts to get our kids of their PC's, I'd say there's a bit of care.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Vamos » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:30 pm

tigerpie wrote:I was thinking the same thing ,12million in debt?
Why would you not pay the debt. Is there interest involved in this debt?

Apparently 15 million from sponsors,benefactors etc but they are presuming the federal taxpayer will cough up 15 million.
Anyone told Scomo yet?
As a liberal bean counter wouldn't he say "service your debt first"?
According to Richardson that's a given.

I have to give it to Port, they have nurries, to ask for the special treatment they receive.


Geez footy fans have changed. Remember when we used to simply shout "Rowey's a Wanker" now everybody's a Ross Greenwood shouting "Show us ya Books"
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Spargo » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:47 pm

tigerpie wrote:I was thinking the same thing ,12million in debt?
Why would you not pay the debt. Is there interest involved in this debt?

Apparently 15 million from sponsors,benefactors etc but they are presuming the federal taxpayer will cough up 15 million.
Anyone told Scomo yet?
As a liberal bean counter wouldn't he say "service your debt first"?
According to Richardson that's a given.

I have to give it to Port, they have nurries, to ask for the special treatment they receive.


$15m from sponsors & benefactors?
Where have they been hiding?
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Spargo » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:50 pm

tigerpie wrote:I have to give it to Port, they have nurries, to ask for the special treatment they receive.

No SANFL handout this time.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Vamos » Thu Nov 11, 2021 8:56 pm

Spargo wrote:
tigerpie wrote:I was thinking the same thing ,12million in debt?
Why would you not pay the debt. Is there interest involved in this debt?

Apparently 15 million from sponsors,benefactors etc but they are presuming the federal taxpayer will cough up 15 million.
Anyone told Scomo yet?
As a liberal bean counter wouldn't he say "service your debt first"?
According to Richardson that's a given.

I have to give it to Port, they have nurries, to ask for the special treatment they receive.


$15m from sponsors & benefactors?
Where have they been hiding?


Apparently Kochy fished out a War Chest off Hart's Mill, had the initials JP on it :D
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby amber_fluid » Fri Nov 12, 2021 6:44 am

Vamos wrote:
amber_fluid wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?


$12m or $25 million debt, what’s the difference when they aren’t paying any of it back anyway.


Don't underestimate the ol meat tray raffle.


They must have the beer and tits night going like Haven’s use to back in the day.
Club used to make a fortune!
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby UK Fan » Sat Nov 13, 2021 3:40 pm

$12 mill In debt On the books plus they owe sanfl $5 million for their licence.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/99008/sa-cl ... e-than-18m


Port have defaulted on this payment for The last 3-4 Seasons now.


Even with Koch and Adelaide Oval They’ve doubled their debt since leaving footy park. What a surprise who could ever of predicted it :-)
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Booney » Sun Nov 14, 2021 4:49 pm

mighty_tiger_79 wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?


Pity the club don't care about the locals..


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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby goddy11 » Mon Nov 15, 2021 9:33 am

Booney wrote:
mighty_tiger_79 wrote:
Spargo wrote:
Booney wrote:The Port Adelaide Enfield Council voted 10-3 last night to approve the proposed Port Adelaide FC's Redevelopment.

Cost of around $30m. I’m hearing federal grant of around $15m. Surely the state government won’t be kicking in too much in the current economic climate. I understand there may be some sponsorship coin too but the Club is approx $12m in debt, surviving off AFL hand outs. Can someone please tell me where the rest of these millions are coming from?


Pity the club don't care about the locals..


Ill-informed comment.


I'm with Booney. The club cares about locals, just not the ones impacted by the rebuild. :roll:
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Booney » Sat Nov 27, 2021 4:21 am

Port Adelaide Football Club’s plans to transform the historic Alberton Oval into a multi-sport precinct has been boosted with $15m of federal government funding.

The extra money has supercharged the club’s plans to power into the AFLW for the 2022-23 season.

Making the announcement at Alberton Oval, in Labor heartland, Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared the redevelopment would inspire future generations of South Australian sporting stars.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby stan » Sat Nov 27, 2021 9:27 am

Booney wrote:Port Adelaide Football Club’s plans to transform the historic Alberton Oval into a multi-sport precinct has been boosted with $15m of federal government funding.

The extra money has supercharged the club’s plans to power into the AFLW for the 2022-23 season.

Making the announcement at Alberton Oval, in Labor heartland, Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared the redevelopment would inspire future generations of South Australian sporting stars.
Well there you go, a big investment from the feds in a Labor held seat.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 9:31 am

stan wrote:
Booney wrote:Port Adelaide Football Club’s plans to transform the historic Alberton Oval into a multi-sport precinct has been boosted with $15m of federal government funding.

The extra money has supercharged the club’s plans to power into the AFLW for the 2022-23 season.

Making the announcement at Alberton Oval, in Labor heartland, Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared the redevelopment would inspire future generations of South Australian sporting stars.
Well there you go, a big investment from the feds in a Labor held seat.
Yep, election campaign starting.
But still some discontent from the locals

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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby cracka » Sat Nov 27, 2021 9:33 am

stan wrote:
Booney wrote:Port Adelaide Football Club’s plans to transform the historic Alberton Oval into a multi-sport precinct has been boosted with $15m of federal government funding.

The extra money has supercharged the club’s plans to power into the AFLW for the 2022-23 season.

Making the announcement at Alberton Oval, in Labor heartland, Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared the redevelopment would inspire future generations of South Australian sporting stars.
Well there you go, a big investment from the feds in a Labor held seat.

WOFTAM from the Libs. Will always be a Labor held seat.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Wedgie » Sat Nov 27, 2021 9:35 am

I'm pretty sure there's Port supporting voters in several other seats too.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby mots02 » Sat Nov 27, 2021 10:05 am

Wedgie wrote:I'm pretty sure there's Port supporting voters in several other seats too.


Are you allowed to vote from Yatala or Mobilong? ;)
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Re: Port Adelaide 2021

Postby Booney » Sat Nov 27, 2021 10:22 am

stan wrote:
Booney wrote:Port Adelaide Football Club’s plans to transform the historic Alberton Oval into a multi-sport precinct has been boosted with $15m of federal government funding.

The extra money has supercharged the club’s plans to power into the AFLW for the 2022-23 season.

Making the announcement at Alberton Oval, in Labor heartland, Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared the redevelopment would inspire future generations of South Australian sporting stars.
Well there you go, a big investment from the feds in a Labor held seat.


The demographic is changing in Cheltenham, Alberton, Rosewater etc, housing prices are going through the roof ( like every where, but we're seeing the $1m mark surpassed regularly ) and while I expect it to remain a Labor held seat, things are changing.
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