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8 hours ago, EXCALIBUR said:

Chansiri maybe painting himself into a corner here. Wages not paid in full but got enough money to pay off sacked staff.

 

I'm sure the EFL will be looking into this and want explanation on why

Chansiri is playing it well.  By not handing in the accounts, the EFL will never know.

 

Pure genius.

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All of the contracts, including backroom staff, will have had termination provisions in them. As far as I know/understand contract terminations in football can only be done by mutual consent and I would imagine part of that will be the termination fee being agreed. I reckon a couple of months salary maximum, although this is just a guess on my part.

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3 hours ago, @owlstalk said:


 

I wonder how many staff that Chansiri is currently still paying severance money to

 

Have we finished paying off Jos Luhukay and Carlos and all their staff yet?

I not certain, but don't those payments stop as soon as they take another job?

 

Don't quote me on it but I was under the impression that was how it worked.

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9 hours ago, pazowl55 said:

The next time someone says. Come and join the backroom team at Sheffield Wednesday. I recon they are not going to bother.

Yeah, it's almost like being allowed into the backroom on the way out through the backdoor.

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1 hour ago, Leaping Lannys Perm said:

I not certain, but don't those payments stop as soon as they take another job?

 

Don't quote me on it but I was under the impression that was how it worked.

 

It depends on what was included in contracts and/or what was agreed during the termination talks. It could be that a lump sum is paid. It could be that the staff are paid each month until such times as they have received what was agreed.

 

Of course, news outlets are suggesting TP was sacked, but they may just be using that phrase instead of mutual termination. If he has been sacked and not had his contract mutually terminated, that's a totally different ball game. I doubt he will have agreed to anything with regards to severance pay and therefore could be in receipt of salary until such times as he takes a new job. However, I am fairly sure there would be something written in to his contract to suggest how much he is paid upon being sacked.

 

Mind you, it's DC we are talking about here. Attention to the small details and all that.

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15 hours ago, EXCALIBUR said:

Chansiri maybe painting himself into a corner here. Wages not paid in full but got enough money to pay off sacked staff.

 

I'm sure the EFL will be looking into this and want explanation on why

 

Wow!...don't stop speculating now...let's hear the whole story...as soon as you've thought it up that is.

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