T.R.O.Y wrote:Sluffy - nobody’s believing you for a second, it’s just embarrassing.
To your original post;
- It was established on another thread that a £125,000 fee was paid to a company owned by the Andersons for consultancy. Are we really expecting them to work for free? Of course not, so no idea why you’re so keen to discredit that.
- PAYE has only been mentioned by you, KA gave no clear reasons in his explanation for why there had been a delay in payment - it’s a valid theory but let’s not present it as fact.
- You make no mention of the missing survival bonus, and focus on Amos, why? This was a squad decision by all accounts, again no evidence has been presented to the contrary.
I can forgive Anderson for not paying on time, the cash flow is clearly poor and he’s done a great job getting it into line. But communicate with those affected and don’t go on the attack to the press, scapegoat a player and try to turn the fans against the team.
I really don't care what you or anyone wants to believe about me quite frankly, I've been on forums for far to long for that.
I've said what I did, no more no less.
As for the rest of what you post.
An £125,000 fee was paid to Athos (a company owned by a relative of KA) for consultancy fees. There is no mention anywhere where I can establish who the actual owners of Athos are, what the consultancy was in relation to, or even if KA or LA had any dealings with it - so please feel free to show me where I've said otherwise.
Where did I ever claim the PAYE deferment was a fact?
I've mention unpaid bonus on ever occasion I believe and have not focused specifically on Amos outstanding June salary exclusively as you suggest except to point out how much he receives monthly and how much he had received in the year to the last missing payment.
I believe Anderson's reply was fair comment in view of the players going on what is almost as certainly a unofficial strike and whilst full mediation and grievance procedures had not been exhausted.
The matter should have been dealt with behind closed doors and until a legally convened official strike was organised by their union, the players, (if the situation could not ultimately be resolved amicably) and should have played the St Mirren friendly match and any other matches up until that point, if it did ever get to that.