It already has a tenant in place.“It’s a great buy for an entry level investor, and has a great tenant in place at $360 a week. It will perhaps eventually be demolished but the value here is in the land so even if investor held it and had someone else pay it off for them with rent, they will see growth.” He said Boondall was “the next suburb to move reasonably”.“Boondall was a little behind Northgate and Nundah but we’re the next stage on the train track.”.The home was walking distance to local shops at Sue’s Korner, Taigum Square shopping centre, bus transportation and Boondall state school and local parks. 90 Beams Road, Boondall, Qld 4034. Picture: realestate.com.auA THREE bedroom house in a hot Brisbane middle ring suburb has sold for less than the cost of a unit in the same area.The property at 90 Beams Road in Boondall sold for $382,000 on last Thursday (Oct. 26), a price which was $1,500 less than the median for three bed units in the suburb. It has a tonne of potential. The property is neat and tidy.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019It was also just $55,000 more than the price its homeowner had paid four years ago ($327,000).The 1960s 112sq m home, located 16km from the Brisbane CBD, was on a 610sq m block of land.It sold for $103,000 less than the median sale price for three bedroom houses in Boondall which came in at $485,000 in the past 12 months.Among improvements made to the site was a renovated bathroom, polished floors and plenty of cupboard space in the kitchen, plus it already has a “great tenant in place”, according to agent Pat Barrett of Barrett Property Sales.
Williams brought the allegation back up when he was asked about it during a conversation with FS1’s Shannon Sharpe, a former teammate of Williams’ with the Broncos. Sharpe said a third party tipped him off to Williams’ initial allegation. Sharpe said Wednesday on “Undisputed” that Williams told him, “We were getting after him, and I sacked him and he called me ‘N.'”.@ShannonSharpe discusses his call with Alfred Williams, who was reportedly on the receiving end of a racial comment made by Mike Gundy when they were both college players in 1989 pic.twitter.com/EFIPxVrjdi— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) June 17, 2020Williams said on his weekday radio show in Denver that he remains angry with Gundy.”I didn’t back down then, I don’t back down now,” Williams said, per Pro Football Talk. “Every time I see (Gundy), I just want to run through him. Every time I see his face, every time I look at him, I want to run through him. . . . I’m 51 years old; why in the world do I need to lie about that?”MORE: OSU players refute Doug Gottlieb’s report about their demands of Gundy Gundy said in an interview with KFOR-TV on Nov. 13, 1989, that he was “not that way.””I have many friends that are black, and people know that,” he saidFound Mike Gundy reacting to what’s discussed below in our archives. This interview was from two days after that 1989 #OKState – Colorado game. https://t.co/B2tPmvzgYt pic.twitter.com/C1xbJcJlna— Nate Feken (@TheGreat_Nate) June 17, 2020Two of Gundy’s current and former Cowboys players, LC Greenwood and Patrick Macon, accused him this week of racist behavior, after running back Chuba Hubbard threatened to sit out over Gundy being photographed wearing a T-shirt that bore the logo of One America News Network, which has been accused of being an anti-black outlet.After meeting with the team, Gundy apologized for causing pain and discomfort with the shirt. He also said he was now “disgusted” by OAN after being an admirer, and he pledged to make changes. He did not address his players’ racism allegations.”I didn’t know some of the stances they had taken,” Gundy told ESPN for an upcoming documentary series on Oklahoma State football. (The network published a video clip of comments Wednesday night.) “I didn’t know that. But then you look at it and say, ‘OK. I was a dumbass.’ I put the shirt on (for a fishing trip) not knowing enough about the shirt.” Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy was accused in 1989 of saying the N-word multiple times to opponents when he was playing quarterback for the Cowboys. The allegation is receiving new attention after one of the players who made that claim three decades ago repeated it this week.Former NFL linebacker/defensive lineman Alfred Williams reiterated Tuesday that Gundy called him and some of Williams’ Colorado teammates the word while the Buffaloes were routing the Cowbys 41-17 in Stillwater on Nov. 11, 1989. (Former Colorado defensive back Tim James made a similar claim after the game; Gundy denied it at the time.) “I understood exactly why the players got frustrated when they found that out or however they found out what it was,” he added. Gundy later said, “The way the players feel about me and (that) I upset them and broke their heart, that bothered me more than losing games, and that’s the truth.”Former Oklahoma State defensive lineman Sam Mayes told KTUL-TV on Tuesday (per the Tulsa World) that Gundy told him once in the early 2000s to “get my black ass back in the huddle” when Gundy was OSU’s offensive coordinator under Les Miles. Mayes said he didn’t feel he couldn’t speak with anyone on campus about how he felt.