Even wetherspoons do corporate social responsibility projects
Corporates and bankers are beyond criticism as long as they sponsor a few community projects?
Mind you we are FC Wetherspoons these days
Look at the comments under every social media post put up by THFC.
This could be a permanent change in the image of our club. And you know what totally deserved.
Our offshore-"tax efficient"-investment opportunities-owners haven't got a clue about civic responsibility in a crisis. They are a...
Haha yes. You want to back ENIC but criticise another club for not volunteering to give money to lower divisions? How long are we going to wait for Levy and ENIC to offer to help out Orient or Barnet.
You know the point I was making. Other clubs aren’t penny pinching from their low paid staff...
Still so, so disappointed about this. Guardian podcast was speculating this has “saved” about 500-700k
ENIC have taken that 500k from the staff who can’t afford to lose it. Where every penny counts. They have taken the money from the people who have nothing spare, but those who have earnt more...
What we should learn from what has happened at Man City is that no matter how a club’s ownership behaves, there will always be a proportion of fans who will defend the owners. Or see criticism as unfair attacks on “us”...what about “them” over there.
Not at all surprised to see all the mental...
as I understand it
have all announced their staff will be paid as normal
meanwhile I am starting to see us being called Wetherspoons FC on my social media :(
Very, very hard to find any love for modern football.
Levy I see for 2018/19 trousered 7m pounds - also noting this is the period of the two disastrous transfer windows without a single new player added to the talent pool.
Ordinary staff of THFC. Basically all the people like you and me, have...
a common theme now from itk - don't matter who is the manager...it will be the same problems with Levy in charge of football affairs...
been quite some time (?) since an itk has had the opinion...hey Levy doing a great job it's the manager who is messing up...
Two successive windows with zero new or replacement players for the squad.
Two window transfer bans are one of UEFA's toughest options for punishing clubs. People in football think you hurt and punish a club by doing this. Levy and ENIC did it voluntarily.
ENIC will want us to forget...
so, fair to say, the right manager will make us "more than the sum of our parts". Poch managed this.
Even with all our injury problems, and squad deficiencies (you own that Mr Levy) we are still managing to be less than the sum of our parts.
We are playing teams with weaker squads, and lesser...