Radrizzani's recruitments

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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby Otherworld » 22 Jul 2017, 14:08

rigger wrote:Aye.
Laying foundations for the future everywhere you look at the moment.

It's all good.

I am LOVING Rad :)


Yep, everything he does seems to demonstrate that he's here for the long haul, not some fly-by-night chancer hoping to hit the jackpot by somehow stumbling into the premiership.
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby kk_white » 22 Jul 2017, 16:21

Otherworld wrote:Yep, everything he does seems to demonstrate that he's here for the long haul, not some fly-by-night chancer hoping to hit the jackpot by somehow stumbling into the premiership.

Loving him right now. Even if he is here for a quick sale (relatively quick as it would take a couple of years), at least he's building a proper club, one which is ready for anyone to hopefully keep in the PL. In saying that, I think he'll hang around for at least 5-6 years, min. MOT
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby CorkWhite » 03 Aug 2017, 22:58

I do think Radrizzani has been marvelous since buying the remaining shares to become sole owner. I don't know if he is the messiah but he is certainly impressing me with his purchase of the stadium and his work-rate behind the scenes, Capturing some of the top people in the know about football in Europe is another master stroke. This in my opinion has been whats been so wrong about out football club over the past 14 years, there was no forward planning before by other owners.

What Radz is doing is the groundwork and he seems to be quiet about it all without giving the saying but doing the job. I love the fact he has the new staff scouting European top teams for the youth team and under 23 squad as well because our conveyor belt was drying up after promoting so many and selling them off a year or two later just for profit. This guy has a vision for the now, the soon to come and a future Leeds United. I suspect that he will also increase the elland road capacity to something more befitting Premiership football once we get there.

Positive and likable business man who is what we have needed. :thumbup:
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby ChilwellWhite » 18 Aug 2017, 08:10

Another appointment looks like we have all the bases covered. We do appear to be a very proffesional outfit these days, what a refreshing change.
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby Leonickroberts » 18 Aug 2017, 08:43

NottinghamWhite wrote:https://www.leedsunited.com/news/club-news/22205/whites-make-key-staff-appointment


Radrizzani is showing SO MUCH FORESIGHT. We might have forgotten how to score goals, but appointments like this continue to show we're pointing in the right direction.
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby mis » 05 Sep 2017, 06:23

Hi Johnh, my apologies for the late message as i rarely login to post these days..
It was great to know you that you were in Singapore during the 50s.. Alot have been changes
due to the development of this small country. Its a pity that Tyersall Park camp
was no longer around. They should have kept it as a monument for people to remembrance..
Let me know if you are here again for a vacation. We can meet up for a drink or two :)

I'm wondering who did Victor Orta refering to his big surprise from asia ?

:o

http://the72.co.uk/91327/leeds-united-o ... -surprise/

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mis wrote:Its a good move Rad.. He is very respectable businessman over here at Singapore.. Cool to know he is targeting this part of the world now especially asia :)


mis, I was in Singapore from 1955 - 1957. Tyersall Park camp. It was on the opposite side of Tyersall Park Avenue to Botanical Gardens. I know that its no longer there. My daughter worked in Singapore for 4 years up to last year. Lots of happy memories of Singapore. :thumbup:
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby Davycc » 05 Sep 2017, 11:19

mis wrote:Hi Johnh, my apologies for the late message as i rarely login to post these days..
It was great to know you that you were in Singapore during the 50s.. Alot have been changes
due to the development of this small country. Its a pity that Tyersall Park camp
was no longer around. They should have kept it as a monument for people to remembrance..
Let me know if you are here again for a vacation. We can meet up for a drink or two :)

I'm wondering who did Victor Orta refering to his big surprise from asia ?

:o

http://the72.co.uk/91327/leeds-united-o ... -surprise/

johnh wrote:
mis wrote:Its a good move Rad.. He is very respectable businessman over here at Singapore.. Cool to know he is targeting this part of the world now especially asia :)


Oi mis, get yourself onto the members map before theres no room, We're MOT into Asia it seems :thumbup:

mis, I was in Singapore from 1955 - 1957. Tyersall Park camp. It was on the opposite side of Tyersall Park Avenue to Botanical Gardens. I know that its no longer there. My daughter worked in Singapore for 4 years up to last year. Lots of happy memories of Singapore. :thumbup:
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby johnh » 05 Sep 2017, 12:00

Maybe its Kim Jong-un. :shock:


If it is, I'll go ballistic.
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Re: Radrizzani's recruitments

Postby Sniffer » 05 Sep 2017, 12:09

johnh wrote:Maybe its Kim Jong-un. :shock:


If it is, I'll go ballistic.



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