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BREAKING - Players not getting paid in full / properly AGAIN


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3 minutes ago, vulva said:

How are we bidding for fullbacks from Crewe when we haven't paid players?

We havnt...I would guess we are allready in an umbongo...both January signings wer free agents

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1 minute ago, WalthamOwl said:

Feel sorry for poor Thompson, the interview after tomorrow game could be a bit uncomfortable. 


he’s quite relaxed about the situation.

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5 minutes ago, FreshOwl said:

You’ve got to think the chickens are coming home to roost now. Enough must be enough from an EFL perspective. What’s this, the 3rd occasion now in 12 months 

The EfL though, just another shiteshow.  

 

It's what happens when you have incompetent people in positions of power.  

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"gotten the full amount" - wtf!

 

I tried to take some comfort from the Pulis sacking statement, where it said "It is vital we maintain our Championship status".

Nothing that is happening looks like Dejphon actually appreciates this.

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14 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

What salary should someone be on before it's not ok to pay them properly though mate?

 

They can take a hit for a few months, same as us waiting for refunds. Stop being so pedantic. 

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Just now, Doghouse Daz said:

 

They can take a hit for a few months 


How do you know this?


I'm finding it hard to understand how anyone can assess someone's financial situation

You only have to look at the sheer number of ex-pro's who talk about how they were paid shedloads, but their outgoings were higher


Cars, houses, loans, gambling etc 

 


 


Owlstalk Shop

 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

We’re living in a time where people are justifying a multi multi millionaire who owns a huge business not paying his staff on time.

 

Amazing.

 


A multi millionaire who regularly makes veiled brags about his wealth too. Aside from the upfront brags he’s made publicly. 

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5 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

Aye - gonna be an epic I think

 

lol

 

Poor lads probably had to re write it 3 times tonight with the shenanigans going on. 

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The problem is that not one of us is surprised by the news. We've all privately and some publicly accepted that we are dead in the water and that relegation and/or administration are inevitable.

 

the one thing that I'm shocked about is that the none of the players have demanded a move. Imagine the scenario at your work, your faced with changing jobs within a calendar month or likely to have capped earnings for the following 6. If Rhodes is on £35k a week, that's roughly £140k a month so with earnings capped at £7k he's owed potentially over £130k per month for every month DC caps wages. Irrespective of your thoughts on player salaries that is absolutely criminal.

 

still, well worth a tenner on a home win tomorrow, sure the lads will be well up for this one....

 

 

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Ordinary working class Sheffield folk should never ever EVER side with a billionaire employer who brags about his wealth not paying their staff on time

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Owlstalk Shop

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:


How do you know this?


I'm finding it hard to understand how anyone can assess someone's financial situation

You only have to look at the sheer number of ex-pro's who talk about how they were paid shedloads, but their outgoings were higher


Cars, houses, loans, gambling etc 

 

 

Therein lies the problem. Overinflated lifestyles on overinflated wages. They need to get a grip, as Ronio has alluded to, things are going to take a massive tumble throughout the leagues. 

 

Sympathy ain't due, when thousands of fans are owed money for 20/21 season tickets that they can I'll afford. 

 

£910 in my case, paid in debit card and cash. Cash element I'll probably never recover.

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