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Discussion in 'General football forum' started by bluethrunthru, 3 Apr 2020.
Actions of a disgusting club brushed under the rug and sugar coated by our arse licking media!
On the BBC unusually you can't comment on the article. Can't think why not.
Comments usually blocked if its a negative article against ‘istry
You nearly had me.
If you consider the likes of Liverpool and Spurs putting none playing staff on furlough and asking players to take a 30% pay cut in just under one month since games stopped, then what will that situation look like after months 2 and 3 with a greatly reduced income? Three months is also the optimistic figure, could be up to six. They will either have to pay back TV money from the scrapped season or have next season’s money “written off”. So, just gate money and some sponsorships, again reduced.
I agree with Jim B. There could be some big name casualties.
Just heard this are the media putting a positive spin on it yet
I thought their players were all on the minimum wage, playing for the badge and all that. Fucking detritus.
Yes, Liverpool are making it to 100%, says the loveable and cuddly BBC
Happy days,you tax payers who are out of a job and business and having to apply for £98 a week to feed your families are paying for the dippers amongst others,a club who has a billionare owner