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12 minutes ago, dewsburyowl58 said:

They had a full season to try and accumulate enough points to stay up , they couldn’t manage it , we haven’t relegated them their players have . 

Only if you believe that providing more funds for on the field activities than is allowed in the rules has no consequence on the outcome of the season, you're entirely correct.

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1 hour ago, 4evaowl said:

I suspect we’d be exactly the same if roles were reversed.

Actually, no.  I save my aggrievement for the foolhardy mistakes ownership has bequeathed on us.

 

Charlton fans are just too thick.

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8 minutes ago, Manwë said:

Only if you believe that providing more funds for on the field activities than is allowed in the rules has no consequence on the outcome of the season, you're entirely correct.

Slippery slope to enforce when there's nothing remotely like equitable revenue sharing amongst league members

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For any Charlton fans ghosting. 

 

This case was only occuring during the season 2019-20 because of Corona. The season extended to July coincided with the court case. It was always going to be a verdict that was going to be carried through for 2020-21. 

 

Your team was poo enough to be beaten by us twice and therefore deserving of league one football. All the best. 

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2 minutes ago, Socialist_Owl said:

Slippery slope to enforce when there's nothing remotely like equitable revenue sharing amongst league members

But there's no such thing as financial equity anyway, and one club having greater revenue than others is not against the rules.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, Manwë said:

But there's no such thing as financial equity anyway, and one club having greater revenue than others is not against the rules.

 

 

Exactly! So Charlton has no basis to assume this sale of ground helped us in any material way, and to the direct detriment of Charlton.

 

Besides, the whole fiasco isn't even about the sale, but when paperwork about it was submitted.  So maddeningly unnecessary.  Blame apportioned solely to our owner.  

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1 hour ago, Eastern said:

I think they should be more concerned about their own survival.

 

Charlton win case. Then a week later are expelled from the football league anyway

 

lol

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They should be more annoyed with their own team for not winning more matches.

 

No sympathy whatsoever - the club only has it self to blame for being so awful on the pitch where it really matters.

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25 minutes ago, Manwë said:

But there's no such thing as financial equity anyway, and one club having greater revenue than others is not against the rules.

 

 

Financial equity??????

 

Fulham with their failure payments have Mitrovic 25mill, Hector 9mill, not even counting anyone else!!

 

Just those two is the equivalent of the entire 3 year P&S figure over 3 years.

 

It’s absolute fuc*in bollo*ks.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, bigthinrob said:

Financial equity??????

 

Fulham with their failure payments have Mitrovic 25mill, Hector 9mill, not even counting anyone else!!

 

Just those two is the equivalent of the entire 3 year P&S figure over 3 years.

 

It’s absolute fuc*in bollo*ks.

 

 

But those things are within the rules.

 

What Wednesday did is not within the rules 

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Tbh I can understand why they're angry

BUT we committed the "crime" when they were in League One. 

The club who should be angry was whoever finished 3rd from bottom in 18/19. (Rotherham?)

So deducting us the points for when Rotherham are back in the Division and Charlton aren't is actually the right thing to do 😆

 

Tbh for me, after the second half of last season Relegation would be looming next season anyway, the deduction has just confirmed it.

 

 

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Reading that thread at least made me lol

 

Given their own situation and stories that they might be expelled from the league its just so funny.

 

I remember a few years ago in the league 1 when they made themselves our "rivals", it was bizarre 

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I don't blame them for being annoyed.

 

I also don't give a f*ck. They went down because they weren't good enough (and there best player decided he didn't want to play).

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5 hours ago, Manwë said:

They have my sympathy.

 

We have cheated and our delayed punishment has directly affected another club, for the worse.  Charlton have huge issues, they could be the next Bury FC.  

 

We shouldn't revel in their anger, we are the ones that have done wrong.

 

They should have got more points it's that simple....if it were us in there position I'd be embarrassed to be talking about legal action, they weren't good enough, that's it.

 

Just take it on the chin like lot's of Wednesday fans have over the years when relegated, I hate this looking around at other clubs in hope of saving yourselves from your own short comings.

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Wigan went into administration and the points are docked in that season, thats the rule. 
 

we didn’t and it’s a totally didn’t case. 
 

Why can’t they grasp that? 

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