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1 minute ago, S36 OWL said:

 

I have a bad feeling the EFL are going to shaft us for the non payment of wages to the players who have left. 


They most likely will,  and for not submitting accounts 

 

There’s gonna be a huge deduction going Derby’s way aswell, Gibson will cause holy war if there isn’t 

 

Id bet a fair chunk that the EFL loses 2 or 3 clubs before next seasons out,  there answer to most things is a points deduction, anyone expecting the EFL to force Chansiri or any other owner to change to protect a member club need to give there head a shake and just look at Bury FC 

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41 minutes ago, Royal_D said:

It’s an absolute myth that he’s skint,  he has the means to pay , everything , on time 

 

Didn’t just magically find a few quid shortly before players were gonna quit,

 

for me …he has lost the appetite to fund the club 


Or his dad has stopped lending him money to fund a business that continues to fail? 
 

Yet to see any evidence of the chairman’s own business credentials and successful companies. Therefore maybe his Dad has said enough is enough, i’m not funding this hobby anymore.

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8 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:


Or his dad has stopped lending him money to fund a business that continues to fail? 
 

Yet to see any evidence of the chairman’s own business credentials and successful companies. Therefore maybe his Dad has said enough is enough, i’m not funding this hobby anymore.


He owns a few firms in construction last I heard, owns property in China , all very vague though 

 

Undoubtedly some of his wealth will be off his family, to what extent that’s funded SWFC is anyone’s guess 

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37 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:

 

I have a bad feeling the EFL are going to shaft us for the non payment of wages to the players who have left. 

Errr

Where I (now) come from “shaft” (amongst other meanings) suggested unfairness - not sure being penalised for not adhering to a contract of employment (ie paying wages owed) qualifys?

If anything DC has /is shafting the ‘departed’ players

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14 hours ago, ANDY said:


 

 

just to remind you.   The EFL are the clubs. They vote all this in/out 

 

 

Which shows exactly why an u=independent regulatory body is required, one with real teeth to knock the game into shape and force shyster owners out.

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3 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

Breaching / Breaking rules

Not submitting accounts

Not paying players

That sort of thing?

 

Obviously if we keep repeat breaking the rules, it's understandable. Just was under the impression things were starting to improve, and then EFL comes back to haunt us. DC root of all our current problems of course!

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3 hours ago, Everywhere & nowhere said:

Seems like a 19 page argument about something where the problem is obvious and pretty much indisputable - terrible  management by the owner.

 

"debatable!" 

 

:Chansiri:

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7 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:


Or his dad has stopped lending him money to fund a business that continues to fail? 
 

Yet to see any evidence of the chairman’s own business credentials and successful companies. Therefore maybe his Dad has said enough is enough, i’m not funding this hobby anymore.

And maybe the consortium have just had enough and their pathetic frontman chansiri has become a joke to them the way he is to us and anyone else dealing with him. 

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7 hours ago, Tollertonowl said:

Unfortunately falling fowl of the EFL rules unless you gain promotion to the PL are designed to spiral clubs into further breaches and financial ruin...



'Designed to'???

 

lol

 

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8 hours ago, Tollertonowl said:

Unfortunately falling fowl of the EFL rules unless you gain promotion to the PL are designed to spiral clubs into further breaches and financial ruin...

So knowingly break the rules, fail when you have broken them, and then its the EFLs fault that they impose the penalties that you know would come if your breaking the rules failed

 

That's the EFLs fault?

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This discussion is like when people break the law then complain about the cops that nick them.

Chansiri keeps breaking the rules. Stop breaking the rules we stop getting punished. Seems straight forward to me.

Although in the first court case some of the things that went off (like no one taking minutes at the Preston meeting ) are quite baffling. Unless of course you don’t what you are discussing to come back and bite you up the arse!

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Just now, Plonk said:

This discussion is like when people break the law then complain about the cops that nick them. 



Absolutely


Or people who park somewhere they shouldn't and then cry like babies when they get a ticket

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19 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:



Absolutely


Or people who park somewhere they shouldn't and then cry like babies when they get a ticket


 

absolutely

 

 

or don’t wipe their arśe and complain when they get skiddies 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, ANDY said:


 

absolutely

 

 

or don’t wipe their arśe and complain when they get skiddies 

 

 

 

 

 

Who do they complain to?

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:



Parking attendant - OBVS

 

 

Are they often responsible for other people's skid marks?

 

 

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