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2 minutes ago, Thoth said:

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It has been singled out because football is in a unique position in our society. No one expects any better of other industries. But football fans expect better and Liverpool fans in particular expect more because we've been fed a diet of Shankly, socialism, YNWA. Much of that is bottom up but the club or the owners/administrators have stolen that tradition and turned it back on the fans.

 

Then when the litmus test occurs they show what they are about. Well unfortunately that will ruin our reputation and we will become an emblem of the worst aspects of football.

 

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3 minutes ago, skaro said:

 

When push has come to shove, the yachtsmen have shoved.  True colours: not Red.

Yep. 

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10 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Yep. 

 

Jury is finally in on them.  End of story.

 

This is the asterisk on this season that we didn't want, far worse than any "footballing" one we might have feared.

 

 

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5 hours ago, SlugTrail said:

Why is it football clubs are being made an example of. Why are the government not calling out mutiny national companies who have furloughed their staff and will also want bailouts and will still turn huge profits at the year end.

 

Dont get me wrong I dont agree what football clubs are doing but if everyone else is then why would they do any different. Government should have put better proviso's in.

 

Individual conviction, responsibility and morality.

 

 

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The club need to backtrack asap. This has been an appalling move by the club and I can't believe Jurgen without be agreeing to this. Haven't felt this low about the conduct of our club for many years.

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Sad thing is this will cost them many more millions than paying their hard working match day staff, and what's worse it can and will be used as ammunition against us in terms of not winning the title even if we 'moraly' deserve it. A total Disaster by the club

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3 minutes ago, manwiththestick said:

An employee who is basically bringing in their millions.

 

Actually, they'd probably use the word "overhead".  "Employee" implies a person.

 

 

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43 minutes ago, John102 said:

The above from SOS is pretty weak too.


As pathetic as the weak ass shit justification the club tried putting out. 
 

Thai isn’t a ‘grey area’. Anyone with any fucking decency knows this is fucking outrageous and the owners are complete cunts. 

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Absolutely no problem with this at all.

 

All companies will do this, especially those put out of business by the government.

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6 minutes ago, Code said:

Absolutely no problem with this at all.

 

All companies will do this, especially those put out of business by the government.

Every single one of you is wrong. 

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6 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Every single one of you is wrong. 


In short, obviously not.

 

Im fuckin pleased we are not run like some corner shop charity.

 

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It seems really weird that they've done this, doesn't really make sense to me. 

 

I can only hope that they've just used furlough as a blanket term for putting the staff on paid leave themselves rather than it being paid by the government. 

 

I'd wait until I hear more before I get too outraged to be honest, there's got to be more to this surely. 

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49 minutes ago, Aventus said:

It seems really weird that they've done this, doesn't really make sense to me. 

 

I can only hope that they've just used furlough as a blanket term for putting the staff on paid leave themselves rather than it being paid by the government. 

 

I'd wait until I hear more before I get too outraged to be honest, there's got to be more to this surely. 

 

 

Or not.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Code said:


In short, obviously not.

 

Im fuckin pleased we are not run like some corner shop charity.

 

 

 

Well, in that case I'll start supporting Standard Chartered PLC.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Code said:


In short, obviously not.

 

Im fuckin pleased we are not run like some corner shop charity.

 

I can’t see how you can ever call yourself a Liverpool supporter. Just fuck off 

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5 hours ago, Code said:

Absolutely no problem with this at all.

 

All companies will do this, especially those put out of business by the government.

The latter is untrue. And morally irrelevant.

 

In any event, since it's not your tax contributions or public services at stake, thankfully your opinion doesn't count.

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