FactualFrank wrote:I wonder how many of that starting 11 would make our side now (obv if they were the same age then) - not convinced any would.
BOYSIE31 wrote:I know that but looking back over our history we do not have a good record in this field do we ?
aggi wrote:If you don't make any taxable profit you don't pay corporation tax on it.
Are you saying that we would still have had an £8.5m tax bill if we'd bumped up our salaries and made a zero profit?
Sproggy wrote:We can afford to pay higher wages - we bank 30 million quid a year - we just choose not to.
I'm sure our wage ceiling compares favourably with average salaries in other leagues worldwide.
FactualFrank wrote:McNeil is also quoted as saying he wants to emulate Ryan Giggs, suggesting he sees himself as the Giggs role, left midfield.
ksrclaret wrote:Do you not think the situation with Pope played a part?
With Pope signing that new deal it was all but confirming he was going to be first choice.
cockneyclaret wrote:Apparently Brighton are looking to get Drinkwater in on loan, ild be disappointed if we haven't enquired about him..
happyclaret17 wrote:no nay never an excellent sire
If I owned a 2yo sired by this I would be chuffed.
anyone know the name of this one and if Dascombe trains it?
randomclaret2 wrote:Warnocks comments were about Camarasa missing games around January time through injury when he and Cardiffs medical staff thought he was fit but Camarasa's own physio said he wasnt
Local cricketer wrote:Only have to look at the tributes today from people within the industry to see how highly respected he was