Why have you even posted this on the Lions forum it is no relevance to any Swinton fan.
Indeed the good Dr or Ming as I prefer to refer to him may not be the knight in shining armour they hope for.A search of company directoships indicates that a number of his companies have been either dissolved or liquidated.
I'd much prefer talk of the Lions than Salford, you can talk on there forum where you will get people listening.
That's a shame Alan, Dr Koukash only ever has positive things to say about you.
Perhaps you would like to interrogate duffymoon on the reasons why he started a thread on this forum with the title "SALFORD/KOUKASH"? Based on that title I think its fair to conclude the press conference is perfectly "On Topic" and the title gives fair warning what the content is about. For those who aren't interested there is no need to look.
Personally I felt Dr Koukash explained the reasons for wanting to get involved in rugby league, acknowleged the limitations in his own knowlege at this point in time, gave a very erudite appraisal of the problems presently afflicting Salford City Reds and Salford City Stadium, explained a vision of what he hopes to achieve and how he hopes to do it (and yes that clearly involves developing part of the adjoining land for the purpose of raising money to put into Salford City Reds and that is clearly the tricky part of the deal), showed due respect to the still current owner of Salford City Reds and demonstrated he has already recruited people with experience, insight and knowlege to help him.
All in all - a lot of positive signs that he might prove to be a much needed breath of fresh air.
For me it was also telling that he had very positive words for Salford City Council but said nothing specific about Peel Holdings, which probably indicates the nature of negotiations to date.
There are some bits of his vision that I think are a bit questionable - particularly the extent to which Barton can be transformed to become "the right location". But I hope he gets the opportunity to give it a go.
And there will undoubtedly be an impact on Swinton Lions if you wish to acknowledge that or not. It needn't be all negative by any means.
Rugby League - great game, shame about the administration.