Paul Elliott has poked his head out of his hole claiming that he is the true owner of East Street Investments (ESI). Tahnoon Nimer has disappeared off the side of the planet as phantasm’s have a habit of doing and Elliott has emerged victorious of owning a company that owns nothing except some really negative Google searches.
Should we be worried? CAST’s post says we shouldn’t and I agree. Sandgaard has been sat in his office in Colorado waiting for this email to drop in his inbox.
Elliott’s letter, because that’s all it is, telling Sangaard to leave immediately is a last gasp grab for some dirty cash, the only currency Elliott knows.
It would tell me that Sandgaard never deemed Elliott worthy of getting paid when he acquired the club, and Elliott feels he somehow deserves something. He surely doesn’t want to own the club.
Next, and we may never know, does Sandgaard send Elliott a cheque, does he engage law firm Freshfields to ruin him, because they would, or possibly the Dane simply ignores him, because you know full well that the EFL will.
One thing is certain we really could do without this playing out in big lights again, none of us especially Lee Bowyer want the distraction.