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  1. What makes me laugh is the lady in the article saying he’s a Hypocrite and putting lives at risk. What about herself she has a young child, what he did is bad and should be fined/disciplined but she is as bad as him.
  2. Was at Crawley watching City, remember we equalised and people were not that bothered. Everyone was more interested 2nd half with the Rovers game than our own game. Celebrstions at full time were unbelievable.
  3. If the players take the 30% wage cut which according to the BBC is a £500m saving. Would the season have more chance of being voided. £750m tv revenue loss but £500m saving wages. Not such a big hit for the clubs and manageable into the following season.
  4. But bankers haven’t accepted to lose there cash bonus yet, just not pay out on the dividends. Why football? mentioned plenty of other popular sports; jobs and you ignore them and go on about football. With the way your answering responding it seems you blame football for being inconsiderate not in to together, but other people are ok to keep there money for they aren’t part of a popular sport. If 3 billionaires decided to give 10% of there wealth to the government and said hand out this to help it would be a big help to society, more than a few £10K wage deferrals. If you want solidarity then look at other people apart from footballers and how do you know what my political views are. I asked you a simple question which you haven’t answered and start presuming my political view is of a certain way.
  5. Still not taking a pay cut though. Isn’t it shareholders who miss out, me and you if we have shares. This way banks can keep money back. So they aren’t exactly losing out we are. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-52114410
  6. Why are we having a go at footballers, why not chief executives, BBC stars, Bank bosses, Tennis Players, golfers, F1 drivers, football club chairman. They all get paid a fortune but aren’t being mentioned in this conversation. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52120578 This article explains I think the problems club face, is it the players or the PFA. Deferrals are good but still get the money at a later date, so not exactly missing out.
  7. End of the day it all comes down to the TV deal. Not fairness, integrity or what the fans want. Just the 20 clubs in the PL and lining there pockets, Will have an effect on the EFL but I believe the EFL have paid out early to clubs to keep them afloat so it shouldn’t really have to much of an effect on them till next season if it ever happens. Prolonging the season I think will harm lower league clubs more, for they will have to keep paying wages with no match receipts. A shortened season is no good next season for clubs would of budgeted on 23 games (contracted players there already) in the EFL and any less will financially harm them, There is no right or wrong way to decide this, but whichever way is decided you can guarantee PL clubs will be alright and the EFL will be left with a financial mess.
  8. If you have a transfer window is that a really fair reflection of the season for richer clubs can boost there squads in a third window. If you don’t have a window ooc, pre contract and end of loan players are free to move is that really fair. If you don’t release players you are withholding there trade and can be sued. Which I think is why teams are hoping to start ASAP for when you get pass June you are in a legal mess with regards contracts and the leagues will have an unfair look to it. You could end up with Benik playing for us in June and come 1st July, Stoke will have the right to recall him and end up playing against us. What ever is decided I can see it being a legal mess and personally think ending the season now and null and voiding it if can’t be completed by 30th June is fairest way.
  9. Think that will be interesting legally how they enforce it. if your contract, loan is up your free to move or be recalled. Non league contracts expire end of April, I’m sure clubs will not be paying there wages on 1st May, so what right has a club to say your contract has finished but you can’t go to your better paid new deal.
  10. They don’t care as long as they get there money.
  11. Watching Sky Sports news earlier and Jeff Sterling was explaining National league clubs player contracts expire end of April (play off clauses) which means in 5 weeks they will only have 5 players for rest ooc. There is no way they can keep paying players for budgeted till end of April, and if season carries on till June they will have to resign players if they are allowed. Will then run at loss for all of June, July and could well send clubs bankrupt. This may well apply to L2 and L1 sides who run on small budgets as well. Will the season then be a fair outcome it teams are playing youth teams etc.
  12. One of the papers summed it up perfectly when they said null and void the season PL clubs will lose £760m. Non league where money is small is ok to null but higher up the chain different rules apply due to the high stakes. Gone are the days where what we played on the park is what we see on tv or at the ground. Money now rules the game and has created a game that now has two sets of laws. VAR, goal technology, officials communicating with each other now have created an elite game. The laws we played now don’t apply and elite clubs now decide what laws they want introduced. Laws should apply to everyone who plays the game not just the few.
  13. I agree but can also see it from other teams situation that it’s been only 2 home games at most so why do clubs need to cut wages so dramatically. Is it because they are on the brink of FFP and where is the missing deferred wages coming from if they can’t pay now.
  14. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52063085 Problems regards ending the season or stalling explained.
  15. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52063085 Interesting points regards wages and transfer embargo for clubs that defer wages.
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