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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by tolmie's hairdoo, 24 Jan 2017.
So he has done something wrong then. He's abused his position so his own club can get an advantage.
What has the highlighted part got to do with anything?? MP's are voted in or out by their constituency, who voted in Gill?
The ****s only there to give the rags a leg up at any given opportunity, it's a disgrace, however didn't Dein from Arsenal do similar roles and look how well treated they were at the time.
maybe I should have said illegal
It's illegal as well.
One of the problems with football - and it's so called elite - whether they are journalists, managers, board members or ex players - they exist wholly in a football bubble. A world like no other. When jobs are handed out there's no thought regarding a fair process or appointing the best candidate, employment legislation doesn't apply to football clubs, homophobia and sexism still reign, facts are not facts, opinions rule, taking a back hander and a bung is broadly acceptable or people are trained to look away. The whole game from top to bottom is a joke - a multi million pound game run by amateurs largely unfit to run a sweet shop. People like Fat Sam with a sense of entitlement who thinks they have a right to take money out of the game - simply because their is loads of it sloshing around. What remorse did Fat Sam ever show for being caught with his hands in the till - none he was incredulous that he been caught by someone working undercover! Words like accountability, responsibility, morality and objectivity are wholly unknown or not comprehended in football. As far as I can see FIFA, UEFA and the FA and all corrupt and unfit to govern our beautiful game. Gill the shitbag is just one of a long line of corrupt people self appointed, declaring to know best, pretending to act in the games interest but hell bent on lining their own pockets. Don't expect this cesspit to reform itself anytime soon -there's too many freeloaders stealing a living.
You just have to wonder what sort of brass neck people like gill have. They know full well what most people will think about them, but still carry on. But maybe things are changing. One serious sports journalist wrote this week not coming out directly saying he was crooked, but raising an eyebrow to the fact that whatever happens the rags always seem to do well, or rather benefit, with him in the various positions he holds.
To bring up again a previous point, if the FA can sack a liner for once playing for a club involved in an upcoming match HTF do they justify keeping gill in his prominent influential position ?
Arent United lucky to have one of their Directors as UEFA Vice President no pressure on the referees there then!!!!!!!!!!
Suppose he'll be running the Chinese FA.
Not sticking up for gill, who I think is a horrible corrupt rag, but unless the fa look outside of the game any appointment will have some club connection. I honestly don't know what the answer is.
Think you have answered your own question there ...