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05 Apr 2020 03:59:51
It is a shocking decision and a bad love by the owners to furlough nonplaying staff. If goes against everything YNWA stands for, and at a time like this, this decision just leaves a very bitter taste in the mouth. They were the first or among the very first of the big clubs to do this, right? What kind of signal are they sending? The reputation of the club was already questioned in some quarters, and now this? Ridiculous!

No question, they're going to lose support from well-meaning supporters and the likes, although money is obviously more important than being a genuine supporter. I don't even know what else to say, but I'm quite ashamed my boyhood club would do this.
Wasn't it just last week or so that several radio stations played You'll never walk alone across Europe? This is just disgraceful.

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05 Apr 2020 10:22:30
5th club to do it, not sure what YNWA has to do with it though? They are taking advantage of the government when they don’t need it, they haven’t made anyone redundant.

{Ed001's Note - YNWA has everything to do with it. If you don't see that, then you don't understand what the club is meant to stand for.}

05 Apr 2020 10:26:02
Oh and they are not taking advantage of the government, that is a stupid thing to say. It is the tax payers that pay it, not the government.

05 Apr 2020 11:52:51
The tax payers voted for the tories so the tax payers can lie in the bed they made for themselves. Be thankful they're on full pay lots of the country aren't. Football clubs are at as much risk as other businesses during this if not more players won't and shouldn't be paid in full and staff should and are being paid in full. Recetion and 20 years of austerity incoming if we stick with the tories but atleast they did brexit aye :)

05 Apr 2020 11:56:12
But the club and players also contribute millions in tax a year so in the owners minds it’s probably getting back some of what they’re owed.
It’s just business ruling over a football club and even though we already knew it this just emphasises the fact more that football is just business, but for a relatively measly 500k a month you would have hoped they wouldn’t have bothered.

05 Apr 2020 21:54:24
Jezza. imagine Corbyn trying to deal with what's going on. Labour are dead and buried.



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