A chronicle of 2011-2012 using classic, popular and important threads from Pasoti. Court winding-up petitions, administration, Preferred Bidder, Fundraising, Chris Webb, Q&A with James Brent - it's all here.
Its been fantastic to watch your generosity and sense of fun nikkk - the Tangergreen thread was compulsive viewing! Many thanks, and enjoy your retirement with one of those nice bottles of red that have contributed so much to your bidding!
Nikkk, even though we do not know who you are, what you do for a living and so on, the one thing we have all come to learn of you during the past 12 months is that … you are an incredibly kind hearted person who has gone ‘above and beyond’ with your actions in supporting the Argyle cause
It has been truly amazing to watch the auctions Ian has placed on Pasoti … to see you pledge so much money towards the various shirts that have been on offer and then, to learn how you gave many of these shirts away to help worthy charities as well ... goes without saying that you Sir are an extremely remarkable person
To know you have also donated money towards such things as the vigil and Plymouth Argyle Ladies team to name but a few and now towards helping the Green Taverners with the up and coming Legends match … wow, wow and WOW to everything!!
You will always be remembered for your incredible generosity …. Thank you so, so much!!
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A magnificent display of charity and generosity and it would be wonderful for us all to know Nikk's identity. Is he a wealthy banker (what a turn-up that would be, a big hearted one of those...), a lottery winner, a self-made millionaire, a Premiership footballer who owes it all to PAFC, the son of one of the pilgrim fathers who has made his fortune in the USA or just an ordinary bloke who happens to have a few quid? It would be fascinating to discover the truth - for all we know at the moment he may be Brendan Guilfoyle (try to keep it sensible - Ed) Whoever you are, Nikk, you've shown yourself to be a true gent and a top bloke of the highest order. (I'm just glad he didn't buy up all of the lovely Conway Stewart fountain pens which meant I was able to get one!)