Stanley sell shares

Accrington Stanley do not have a massive support base and they face recurrent financial problems, but they also inspire a great deal of interest and affection.   Hence, selling shares at £100 each may be a way out of their financial problems.   They have already made sales to people from Australia, Brazil, Canda and Bulgaria.

Accrington Stanley do not have a massive support base and they face recurrent financial problems, but they also inspire a great deal of interest and affection.   Hence, selling shares at £100 each may be a way out of their financial problems.   They have already made sales to people from Australia, Brazil, Canda and Bulgaria.

In total they have sold 300 shares so far, raising just £30,000, but well ahead of the target of 200 by Christmas.   The hope is to raise £1m over the next two years to secure their long-term future and build a new stadium.

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