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7 minutes ago, fatbloke no1 said:

I work as a turnstile operator,we have had an unexpected email from club saying we have been furloughed,Mr chansiri as kindly agreed to pay extra 20 percent.Thankyou wasn't expecting anything.



This is fantastic


Thank you Dejphon Chansiri

I had a gut feeling he'd come good in this scenario and it's brilliant to hear that's confirmed


Up the Owls

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we"d be screwed without him right now

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For all of his failings in certain areas, he is still getting a lot right. This is a fine example.

 

He just needs a proper footballing brain/panel of brains around to take care of the footballing matters.

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8 hours ago, 1963owl said:

we"d be screwed without him right now

Without him????

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I am not saying this is a bad thing from the club as they didnt have to do it but we are still taking tax payers money at a time if national crisis when first team players getting full whack of an average of £1m per year.

Would have much more praise if players had pay cut (after tax) so didnt have to furlough staff on tax payers expense.

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I don't think many, if any of the part time, match day staff are reliant on their pay to get through this. In most cases it will be pocket money.

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27 minutes ago, matthefish2002 said:

I am not saying this is a bad thing from the club as they didnt have to do it but we are still taking tax payers money at a time if national crisis when first team players getting full whack of an average of £1m per year.

Would have much more praise if players had pay cut (after tax) so didnt have to furlough staff on tax payers expense.

That’s the players at fault not the Chairman though isn’t it. 

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How is this a good thing? Using tax payers money to pay everyday staff while continuing to pay players obscene amounts in full doesn’t sit with me.

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For all his faults, he’s definitely a man of honour

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2 minutes ago, soldierboyblue said:

That’s the players at fault not the Chairman though isn’t it. 

Well yes it is. Chansiri could furlough the players. Chansiri is also the one that agreed to pay them such unsustainable wages. 

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31 minutes ago, matthefish2002 said:

I am not saying this is a bad thing from the club as they didnt have to do it but we are still taking tax payers money at a time if national crisis when first team players getting full whack of an average of £1m per year.

Would have much more praise if players had pay cut (after tax) so didnt have to furlough staff on tax payers expense.

 

Understand the sentiment but the other alternative was simply to make redundant said staff and they would get nothing. 

 

Concentrate on those that are benefiting not the players.

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2 minutes ago, 0114 said:

Well yes it is. Chansiri could furlough the players. Chansiri is also the one that agreed to pay them such unsustainable wages. 

Let's debunk the 2nd sentence. An employer has NO right to force any person onto furlough. It has to be agreed between the parties has a temporary alteration to the employment contract. 

 

So he could not furlough the players unilaterally 

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3 minutes ago, mkowl said:

Let's debunk the 2nd sentence. An employer has NO right to force any person onto furlough. It has to be agreed between the parties has a temporary alteration to the employment contract. 

 

So he could not furlough the players unilaterally 

I already have debunked this. You are placed on furlough. You don’t agree to furlough. It’s the decision of the employer not the employee.
 

Sunderland have furloughed their playing staff. So yes, it can he done. 

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Just now, 0114 said:

I already have debunked this. You are placed on furlough. You don’t agree to furlough. It’s the decision of the employer not the employer. 
 

Sunderland have furloughed their playing staff. So yes, it can he done. 

 

Sorry you have not read the law on this. The employer can seek to place employees on furlough.

 

Categorically the employee has to agree to the change in the contract.

 

The HMRC guidance is fairly categorically on this 

 

I suggest you read it

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12 hours ago, bladeshater said:

Top chairman

I wouldn't go that far but he certainly has gone the extra mile here and it great to see when others with more money are choosing to see people struggle.

No one is questioning he is a decent person, but top chairman, sadly he is nowhere near and is vastly out of his depth.

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Class is that. 

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Good to hear. His main income which is from tinned food must be doing ok in this crisis. 

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