A couple of days after Liverpool’s new owners had been installed, Duncan Oldham, owner of Koptalk, had scanned in a letter that had been sent to all Liverpool FC’s minor shareholders. (Click thumbnail, left, to see).
It’s quite an interesting document to see, and could have been used by Dunk as a little bit of proof that he’s a Liverpool shareholder after all, something that’s been in a lot of doubt. In fact Dunk proved that he isn’t shareholder by publishing this letter.
This isn’t just speculation on my part. Duncan Oldham’s ego is almost as big as his overhanging blubbery gut – and that’s big. If Dunk had got his name on the share certificate, he’d have got his name on the letter from Moores to the shareholders.
Instead, he had to hide the name that was on the letter and put on the word “Fats”. Like all Dunk’s attempts at humour it’s far from funny, but it wasn’t just an attempt at humour. It’s not his share – so it doesn’t have his name on. (And watch your sides don’t split too much when you see the PS he superimposed onto the letter).
Chances are it’s one of his other family members who got their name put on the share certificate. The house he shares with his mam at 6 Swan Avenue is in his estranged wife’s name. Perhaps he did the same when getting hold of the share in Liverpool FC.
He may have put the share in his wife’s or his mam’s name for reasons of hiding what assets he’s got from the benefits and other government agencies that he’s trying to hide things from. But there’s one other reason why he wouldn’t want to put his own name on the certificate.
He’d never have been accepted by the board when they went through their procedure of accepting new share owners. Liverpool Football Club know that Duncan Oldham is a Liverpool-hating S*n lover. They know he’s made claims about being about to blackmail Rick Parry at one of his regular meetings with the Chief Executive – even though he’s never, EVER, met the Chief Executive.
No, if Duncan Oldham’s name was seen next to an application to buy shares it would have been knocked back on the spot.
Duncan Oldham isn’t a Liverpool shareholder.