Plenty of fans were demanding a takeover for a variety of reasons though for many it was to do with whatever it required to keep the manager happy, for some that was irrespective of who came in, just as long as Mike Garlick left/ceded control as a result of his relationship breakdown with the manager. The desperation was to keep the manager happy enough for him to want to stay at the club.
That stance and the circumstance it created in terms of the actual offers that were on the table - we are only aware of two that seemed in anyway serious - led more or less everyone to believe the only viable offer (which was the one taken) came from ALK even though nothing was really known about it what the offer entailed other than it was no longer Mike Garlick in charge. As a result many were joyous when it went through even though it was known then that loans had been secured against the club to assist in the financing.
For some that may be a cause of regret, though I would not think for all
If I was to have a regret it would be that many did not heed the warnings of seeking to understand the implications before jumping to conclusions that they may come to regret. Many of the same people have done the same thing with this weekends news too. It would seem that they prefer to be bellicose about something they have not bothered to try and understand and then spew out ill thought out ways of resolving it in the way they will tell you is right. But that is just the way of society and it is magnified on this kind of forum