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Players Owed £12m & Possible Points Deduction


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5 minutes ago, maidstoneowl said:

 

This is story.

 

So all player got basic £5,000.   Many higher paid told

 

"YOU WAIT"

 

Now this serious and ELF paying players.  you know this end?   15 point deduction 

 

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I heard that all the players have been paid however money outstanding to players whose contract expires this month. If that is the case many players will be suing club of wages owing. Its a mess and where will the money come for next months wages, the club is running with insufficient funds and will go bust very shortly unless a cash injection turns up which is extremely unlikely.

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9 minutes ago, Owls-Fan said:

It begs the question, why would Hagan agree to stay at a club that can’t pay wages.  Bizarre times 

Surely he's not on much more than the average UK salary? 

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Just now, modboy said:

Surely he's not on much more than the average UK salary? 


Supposedly teams like Brentford and Leicester are interested in giving him a contract, but even if it was a team further down the leagues I would have thought signing for a more financially stable club would be a wiser career move. 

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2 hours ago, Owls-Fan said:


Supposedly teams like Brentford and Leicester are interested in giving him a contract, but even if it was a team further down the leagues I would have thought signing for a more financially stable club would be a wiser career move. 

Only Chansiri bought his agent talk.

 

Again.

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4 hours ago, maidstoneowl said:

 

This is story.

 

So all player got basic £5,000.   Many higher paid told

 

"YOU WAIT"

 

Now this serious and ELF paying players.  you know this end?   15 point deduction 

I have no  money.............................I'm an Elf, ask Santa to pay

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11 hours ago, SiJ said:

Exactly. 

 

I don't think there is any fix to this. 

 

Even if we pays up the money owed, then what? 

 

We will likely be in arrears again within a few months. 

 

What I find utterly maddening is we apparently have no intention to sell Windass and are haggling over some sort of nominal fee for Borner and yet we can't pay our player's wages?!?! Is Chansiri that thick or is he just desperate to salvage anything before it all goes to hell in a handbasket? 

That's been bothering me as well.

 

Particularly Windass, I don't get why we're trying to hike the price up. Or is it just Chansiri once again not learning from previous mistakes.

 

Make no mistake I don't want Windass to go but if it is best for the club's long term future then we need to sell and he's one we could get decent money for. 

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Maurice tell me this big problem for club

 

Julian has got transfer move Germany and but can not take as need pay wages from March -- April

 

If go then could not get wages

 

this is lot money

 

Julian not only one the is many of this type

 

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25 minutes ago, maidstoneowl said:

 

Maurice tell me this big problem for club

 

Julian has got transfer move Germany and but can not take as need pay wages from March -- April

 

If go then could not get wages

 

this is lot money

 

Julian not only one the is many of this type

 

 

This looks like it was written by DC 🤔

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I honestly can’t see the EFL being able to take points for non payment of wages considering the epidemic, it would be morally wrong and a punishment to fans , players and the club.

if they do then it’s time for clubs to call time on the EFL

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50 minutes ago, thekimmyowl said:

I honestly can’t see the EFL being able to take points for non payment of wages considering the epidemic, it would be morally wrong and a punishment to fans , players and the club.

if they do then it’s time for clubs to call time on the EFL

Is it not morally wrong to not pay your employees in the first place?

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There is something totally wrong with this story. Most EFL clubs will have had a dramatic reduction in income over the past 16+ months but with many overpaid players. Not all have got an owner who has and still is ploughing money into the club. So there must be many in the same or worse position. 
 

Yes, all should be paid their wages but when the cash box is empty, where from. Chansiri has been transferring cash from Thailand, delayed by money laundering rules. But my guess he is now being funded by his family TUF company. 
 

There has to be many, many clubs in the same fix and solving the problem will break FFP rules. So what is the real solution ?

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2 minutes ago, Aingarth said:

There is something totally wrong with this story. Most EFL clubs will have had a dramatic reduction in income over the past 16+ months but with many overpaid players. Not all have got an owner who has and still is ploughing money into the club. So there must be many in the same or worse position. 
 

Yes, all should be paid their wages but when the cash box is empty, where from. Chansiri has been transferring cash from Thailand, delayed by money laundering rules. But my guess he is now being funded by his family TUF company. 
 

There has to be many, many clubs in the same fix and solving the problem will break FFP rules. So what is the real solution ?


 

Very good question 


 


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