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Celtic’s Downsizing Continues Onfield – Lawwell Continues To Prosper

Thanks to @Napoleon_Celtic for sharing a breakdown of Peter Lawwell’s remuneration package at Celtic since 2004. As the quality of the Celtic team is downsized year after year and the supporters expectations similarly downsized by Lawwell and his acolytes, it’s fascinating that the one area at Celtic not downsized is Peter Lawwell’s salary and benefits.

Celtic’s turnover has fallen, first team quality has fallen, managerial quality has fallen but Peter Lawwell’s overall financial package from Celtic has increased between 600-700%.

As Martin O’Neill famously said after he took the club to the UEFA Cup Final in 2003: “Celtic will have to get used to life in the slow lane“. He omitted of course, unless you are the chief executive of Celtic.

Is there any other CEO taking 2% from a PLC companies overall turnover?

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As the quality on the field continues to regress at an alarming rate thanks to the strategy put in place by Peter, we can rest easy knowing our “highly rated” chief executive continues to take £1m a year from Celtic, irrespective of how poor the football team is.

And as for the ongoing reluctance of Bankier, Lawwell and co to pay all the lowest paid employees at Celtic a living wage of £8.25 per hour (an adult over 21) instead of £6.70 per hour. It must be wonderful knowing your £1m a year is safe while the poorest paid adults on a 35 hour week (many will be on far less hours) only get £12,194 per annum instead of £15,015.

Celtic PLC, running a club for all….

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7 years ago

Peter the parasite rules!

Boyceybhoy
7 years ago

Hi There,
What an Absolutely Shocking piece of Information.. Peter Lawwell Hang your head in shame. It seems that you and you alone are as Guilty as sin, for my beloved clubs situation.
Totally Mortified by this.

delbhoy
7 years ago

Thats an outrage . This parasite needs removed

Admin
7 years ago

To be fair the Celtic Board have been doing a great job…for Dermots other businesses.

That £50k he paid for a Breakfast with David Cameron is prbably still something he and ex cabinet Secretary Lord Reid ( Airport Scanner contracts anyone?), current government adviser Lord Parkhead ( hey don’t send me bad mails guys eh!) and Brian Wilson (Labour man with a healthy contacts book) must laugh about over a brandy or two

Paul
7 years ago

I am responsible for a revenue stream of around £45 million, which is not much short of the current CFC turnover. His remuneration for what I consider to be a small to medium size business is grotesque, my CEO is probably on 50% of this salary and the job role is colossal compared to his function. To be honest I don’t see him as anything more than a mid level manager with limited ability in a limited trading environment. He is an individual who got lucky, that’s all, and he is running the club as his personal fiefdom. Sad to see.

schoosh71
7 years ago

It looks to me like PL has taken the bonus that would normally go to the manager for winning the league and given it to himself. I wonder if @Napoleon_Celtic has the figures for the managers rumination plus bonus over the same period? HH

andybhoy
7 years ago

We all knew it, but when you see it in black and white it’s truly disgusting. GTTF.

Monti
7 years ago
Reply to  andybhoy

Yep!

Honest Hoops
7 years ago

He has been doing this all his working life…can I say work..or more like his positions,hmm would it not be advantageous to all if we qualify for CL then bonuses are allowed, until then you get hehaw!!!!

BroxburnBhoy
7 years ago

Clearly Mr. Lawell is paid “well above market” as the Compensation and benefits people would say. For the turnover and commercial results we see, this seems like way too much remuneration to me. Market would have him at 250K plus 40% of base pay bonus. Period.

Whoriskey
7 years ago

I suppose that’s what Lawell means by a well run club. Well run for him and Durty Desmond.

celtsfan67
7 years ago

In the words of Martin O’Neil, ‘shocking! Shocking! Shocking!’

Brian53
7 years ago

Eye opener!

Monti
7 years ago

I wouldn’t have any problem with Lawwell getting his £1m per year IF we were qualifying EVERY year for the Champions league.
Surely it is wrong to take a £500,000 bonus when the team don’t qualify?
I have said it for years, the board are taking the piss, Celtic supporters have been and continue to be fleeced by the board, they aren’t meeting us in the middle.
They won’t us to buy season tickets, match day tickets, European ( History Channel) tickets, buy from the shops and superstore, drink the Kerrydale suite dry, spend, spend, spend is their cry, but just don’t ask THEM to dig deep for some quality players, in return.
The likes of Lawwell and Livingstone are no better than Chris White and Jack Mcginn.

A £1m a year for making decisions like appointing Ronny Deila, who can’t beat domestic competition like, Kilmarnock and Motherwell.

The Club won’t get a single thin dime until change happens, on the boardroom and dugout! HH!

John
7 years ago
Reply to  Monti

He also picked Tony Mowbray. He got lucky with Neil Lennon

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Monti

You are right about Lawwell and co Monti but I’m afraid you are being unrealistic if you think we should beat teams just becuase we are Celtic?
The best Celtic side eve assembled were beaten 3-2 TWICE by Dundee United in the same season they lifted every trophy entered.
United finished in 9th that Season.

Monti
6 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

If anyone can find a post penned by me that comess close to saying ” should beat teams just because we are Celtic ” can you put it up please.
This isn’t and never has been my thought process.
Charlie Saiz?
Once again, I have not the faintest idea what you are talking about.
If you are going to troll, be accurate in what you’re saying.
Remember the wanks have it.

Charlie Saiz
6 years ago
Reply to  Monti

You need to google the word troll you evidently have no idea what it means.
Back to my point you said in your post above:
“A £1m a year for making decisions like appointing Ronny Deila, who can’t beat domestic competition like, Kilmarnock and Motherwell.”
Your thought process is corrupted by a sense of entitlement based on us being “ra mighty sellik”
We haven’t been that mighty for quite a while now in case you hadn’t noticed.
Morton Clyde Caley Thislte 4-1 St Mirren ring any bells?
Points will be dropped that’s football.
Go check the League table see where Kilmarnock and Motherwell currently sit.
Then if you can be arsed look at the top of the table.

Monti
6 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Charlie Saiz,
You are right, I don’t know what it means, I reply to posts and then I get called a troll?
Maybe I should look it up and I’ll be able to understand the term, I post on several blogs and never been called a troll, strange that.
My thought process isn’t corrupted in any way, shape or form, if wanting Celtic to have a team that can beat Kilmarnock and Motherwell is self entitlement, then you are aware that insult is directed at the entire Celtic support.
If you asked 100 Celtic fans if we should be beating Kilmarnock and Motherwell, what would their answer be?
But you would tell them they were wrong?

Listen here Charlie,
If you are capable of holding down a conversation with someone who see’s it entirely different from you and you can refrain from calling them, corrupt, self entitled, a troll or a wank, maybe the forum will be a better place for it.
If you are incapable of doing that, then engage with others and leave me out.
As you have said previously, we actually agree on a number of things.
I’m never going to see it your way and you likewise, I can live with that can you?

Both of us can bring something to this Diary, the pish needs to stop, starting today.
I don’t want a hug and you’re not getting an apology, but for the sake of the diary, let’s show a bit more quality for fuck sake!

Ooh aah…

Paul
7 years ago

Hi Monti,

This regime is far worse than the Kelly’s White’s and Grant’s ever were. To be honest they were true supporters of the club who as time went on became more or less redundant in their ability to take the club forward. We had no money and no vision as to what direction to take, ( Remember the Cambuslang debacle!) The current board are a sham with regards to the relationship with the fan base, it gives me no joy to say that the current board are more distant from the supporters of this great club than at any time in its history. The fans are being taken for mugs, we need to have a revisit to Save Our Celts and create the necessary steps to remove the club from their greedy grubby hands. Fan ownership is the way forward.

Monti
7 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Paul,
I absolutely agree with you, I remember only too well the Cambuslang fiasco, strange thing is though Paul, during those dark days I actually felt closer to Celtic than i do now, I will always love the club, but I know deep down, there is something very, very wrong at the park. HH

Paul
7 years ago

Monti,

That is part of the problem, PL and DD know that the club is in the fans DNA. No matter what happens a hard core 20k will turn up and 35k will renew their season books. To be honest that is the curse of the modern game, when you and I were younger it was pay at the gate! how many would turn up with the current regime at the helm?

HH

Monti
7 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Paul,
I remember my match day ritual well, start of 90’s, buy my copy of NTV & Tiocfaidharla fanzines from the guy at the corner of Janefield Street, enter the Jungle and take my position directly under the camera’s.
The Jungle was a great place to watch your football, even though the team was poor.
McStay was the jewel in the crown though and the guy who gave us all hope and pride, I remember when there was talk of him moving on the fear I felt at the thought of that.
Remember being in the Celtic end when the Huns went 3 up in ten mins or something, watching Celtic fans fighting each other, dark days indeed.
But the passion grew, in adversity and disillusionment, the fans fought for our club and won!
I know we can’t win every trophy every year, that’s not the point, it would be an unhealthy thing if that was the case.
But when you see what the fans and the club have came through over the years, we deserve the best.
When we beat Man Utd ( Nakamura) and the other famous nights in Europe, Juventus, Milan, Barcelona, pushing Bayern to the limit, Lyon.
We fought for our lives, the crowd was with the team, we pushed the team on, this is all I ever ask, that Celtic have a team on the park capable of such efforts, and the ground bursting to capacity, this is where Celtic should be…and where we must get back to! HH

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti those days are gone Corporste Football has destroyed that special relationship.
You want that back then the only answer is fan ownership and to return Celtic to a non profit Club with heavy charitable leanings.
Drop the prices get the bums back on the seats by putting players out there that entertain.
It could be done I have broached on this before as you know.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Corporate’

CeciltheLion
6 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

I know a great deal about supporters’ ownership, CS, and I know people who’ve done it. If you keep paddling that canoe, I’m happy to put you in touch with absolute experts.

My personal view is that it cannot possibly work for us but I’d be happy to help anybody who is serious. I suggest that, if there’s interest, kick it off; otherwise, forget it altogether.

Whingeing on about how great it might be reminds me of the despicable DD whingeing on about EPL membership. That ain’t ever gonna happen either.

CeciltheLion
6 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Another post lost, so I’ll try again.

I know a lot about supporters’ ownership of clubs, CS. I also know a lot of people who’ve been successful in actually doing it. I’m happy to advise.

I, personally, believe it can never work for us but I’d be content to assist people with opposite views. However, whingeing on and on about it sound just like the despicable DD whingeing on about membership of the EPL. It simply ain’t gonna happen.

My suggestion? Put up or shut up on this topic.

Tony Rooney
7 years ago

Sad state of affairs. Agree with all the comments above. Shameful how this greedy CEO refuses to implement the living wage.

Monti
7 years ago
Reply to  Tony Rooney

Tony,
You are correct, the more you think about it, the worse it looks.
Celtic should have been at the forefront of that living wage issue..

Paul
7 years ago

Monti

Think I am bit older than you I am sorry to say! First game was 1966 midweek replay versus Hearts in the cup I think? My dad put me down the front of the crowd in the old Celtic end with the old words of “don’t move “. Started going myself in 1972, was at the Inter game when Dixie fired over the bar and the Athletico Madrid 1974 when Jinky was kicked to death and Kenny had a first 5 mins goal disallowed for Feck All!! Seems incredible now but two Semi Final European cup games, never will we see the likes again, a business dressed up as a sport killed off by the TV companies leaving ordinary fans in their wake!

Monti
7 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Paul,
You are indeed a bit older than me, I was born in ’71.
So you will have seen a lot more than me, Paul and I respect that totally.
Like I say Paul, the only thing that I ask is that Celtic is flourishing, if Ronny Deila was getting Celtic into the CL I would be a very happy man indeed, Europe is my thing, the fans love it and we as a Club and a support have made a great impression on Europe, not always through results but just how the club carries itself through Europe.
Seville was a great experience, I never thought I would see Celtic in a European final, but it happened.
The right manager, the right players and a wee bit of luck thrown in, but I believe sometimes we make our own luck.
The hardest thing for a lot of Celtic supporters just now, is simply that we have lost faith in the direction the board is taking us and a manager who appears to be drowning in philosophy, his philosophy.
The time has come to let him go. HH

K
7 years ago

Fed up with all the bs.
If we don’t change we die!!!!!!
Look across the river to see what is real.
It is time to circle the wagons, no more cutting of heads, no more ad hominem attacks, no more attacking our team.
C’mon the celtic!!!!
For all the gloatin n laughing never forget we will always be under attack from all sides. What was it Jock stein said? It was not kick your team mate when he is down!! So who is putting boot in? Don,t give me it,s the msm bs we always knew their agenda, sfa agenda, political agenda, the peoples agenda.
How can you blame people for making a living,feeding their families I don,t.
It has been said before by me More spies than the Orient express(BIlly Connolly joke for the not heard it)

WAKE UP CELTIC SUPPORTERS!!!!!!
Feck Sky
Feck unlevel playing playing fields
Feck SDM
Feck anti logos

HAIL HAIL.

Lenny Bruce
7 years ago

Before igniting the flaming torches…..Is everyone sure this is for real?

Personally I think it’s out of order posting someone’s wages online, regardless of who they are or who they work for.

andybhoy
7 years ago
Reply to  Lenny Bruce

It’s public knowledge and listed in Celtic’s annual reports. Absolutely no mystery or mischief.

Monti
7 years ago
Reply to  Lenny Bruce

Lenny,
The club themselves declare directors salaries, mate!

BondiBrian
6 years ago
Reply to  Lenny Bruce

Ah agree, Pure same league as Sally “ah want names” shite. IMO it’s pitchfork mentality. Why no just print his his hame adress N Polaroid pics of grandkids, that’s if everything hus to be transparent, where dae we draw the line? Git ah grip . Angry of Bondi.

Danny
7 years ago

Lenny, the CEO and directors wages and bonuses have got to be shown in the accounts so that the shareholders can see what the company is paying them and decide if they are happy with it. Maybe we should get some new non-executive directors in who are supposed to decide the wages of the board.

Atlantabhoy
7 years ago

The fact his bonus is not tied to football results is Effin shocking, to me he is milking us for all he can get.
As someone alluded to above, he simply would not get that kind of renumeration at another Company with similar revenue. Personally, I work for one of the worlds largest companies as a Finance Director and no-one is getting that kind of money here.
You kind of get the feeling Lawell doesn’t rock the boat with the SFA because he is part of the problem and same boys network who look after each other rather than the good of the game and the fans. Sickening.

Atlantabhoy
7 years ago
Reply to  Atlantabhoy

I know I spelled remuneration wrong….unforgivable for a finance person, but on the vino

Paul
7 years ago
Reply to  Atlantabhoy

Atlantaboy

Assume it must be Coke you work for being in Georgia? You are quite correct his compensation is massively out of kilter with the role and turnover ratio to terms as a percentage.

Disgusting to be honest, also I believe he wanted the Buns to remain in the SPL at their demise only to be thwarted by the late Turnbull Hutten and the Scottish fans at other clubs.

Atlantabhoy
7 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Yes Paul, correct

Its always been clear to me he wants the currant buns back. He is banking on it for next season hence the rise in the season book prices, which yet again will help his bonus. I reckon you could get someone in that role with great experience and enthusiasm for less than half his salary + bonus.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago

Fucks sake I have been posting these figures for years.
Not cunt blinked lol.
Now we hit a sticky pattch everyones up in arms?
Wakeey wakey bhoys do keep up.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Incidentally I have never worked in Finance or at a multinational but still managed to work out we owed the Co-op £16m 4 year ago just by spending a night reading the Accounts.
The devil is always in the detail.

Atlantabhoy
7 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Charlie, I think a lot of us have been aware of these numbers hence the whole headed driveway patter. It wasn’t as big a deal as it should have been because football results count, now we are not doing well, yes you are right its an issue.
You yourself have stated many times, the problem is at board level, at least now the wider fanbase can see it.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Atlantabhoy

Totally mate I maintain if Deila is sacked it wont be to placate the masses it will be to deflect what is going and has been going on in their watch.

BondiBrian
6 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Ah hud ma Raybans on Charlie, but ah blinked big time, been following yer line for ages, no easy reading but worthwhile. Ta.

Paul
7 years ago

Charlie Saiz

Sorry to be contrary to your statement, I have always been against this salary in relation to his role, Christ he can’t even price his corporate hospitality realistically or get the basic catering for the fans in a decent place.

I have been in corporate business for 30 years plus and believe me he is grossly overpaid as are the FD and a few others in the board room.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Paul

I know and have known for years Paul.
I was ridiculed on another Forum for daring to suggest we owed the Co-op £16m when Pistol Pete was declaring “Debt Free” and “A stand alone Policy”.
Ridiculed by clowns who claimed to be “Financial wizards etc etc.

John
7 years ago

We can’t afford premier league wages, well we can for some and they ain’t footballers

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  John

Celtic is no longer a Football Club it’s a business being run to lign the pockets of a few at the expense of the many.
We slag Rangers fans off for Supporting a Company yet these same fans are avoiding the reality we too Support a Company.
Have done since the 12th of April 1897.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Just a better run Company that hasn’t been Liquidated.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

You want proof of both these fact it’s clearly stated in Both Clubs Websites..
Celtic plc:
http://www.celticfc.net/pages/corporate
Description of Business:
“The main aspect of our business is the operation of a professional football club. This encompasses a wide range of activities including match ticketing and stadium operations, merchandising, multimedia and publications”
Rangers International FootballClub plc:
http://rangers.co.uk/club/investor-centre/shareholder-centre/business-overview/
“Rangers International Football Club PLC is a football club based in Glasgow, Scotland.”

BondiBrian
6 years ago
Reply to  Charlie Saiz

Well that’s awrite then, eh.

Paul
7 years ago

Charlie

We agree on that statement totally, as you say we still have the soft Co-op loan in future debit to be paid back soon.

He must be banking on an Moneyball success soon!

Hail Hail and blessings on all CFC fans throughout the world.

Charlie Saiz
7 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Oh yes 3 years to find £14m bud.
HH indeed.

Rab Wallace
7 years ago

There wis me worryin’ he might be a baw hair away fae poverty like the rest ey us thank fuck he isnae.Smaw blessuns en aw that.

Monti
6 years ago

I see Callum Mcgregor was arrested on alleged drink driving last night.
Don’t expect players to be angels but I don’t tolerate drink driving.
If it’s true, I hope the club and Courts hammer him.

6 years ago

Well Brothers being a ex union for the left wing Metal Worker. After you have put up all your best arguments ect and they still refuse to be reasonable (see it my way) we have two choices accept it and shut up or we can take action just like we did to get rid of the Kelly’s and White.
Yes I am that old. My concern with them not bringing in a decent new manager now, to give him time to influence the team or we will miss out on Europe again.
TBH that is the only interesting games we have that has us sitting on the edge of our seats.
Obviously the big bargaining point we have is not to renew our season tickets at the end of the season

Vinnie
6 years ago

Great article and high time the leeching of our CEO was central to a post. Lawwell is not the only one doing this, it’s fucking Capitalism that encourages it. However, Lawwell is the main one leeching off Celtic’s back. That bothers me. Desmond too (perhaps not leeching but not helping either). This is CELTIC, a club formed with charitable intentions. I’ve highlighted many times the unconscionable idea of a true Capitalist (not a true Tim) being at the top of our club. Fan ownership is the ONLY way to avoid this happening. Mr Lawwell, it’s not personal. Just CELTIC. And that’s my ‘business’.
Go, go quickly, and take your fucking Capitalist monster Desmond with you.
NB ALL money in football is derived due to, and mostly, directly from, the Supporters. Season Tickets, Match-day tickets, in-club food/drinks, stadium tours, full replica strips, replica tops, socks, calendars, books, DVDs, etc. etc.
All this income for our club is taken in, stripped of the very maximum the bastards could get away with and then, and only then, made available for the fans’ benefit via the team.
So: Fans provide all but get very little back. Why?
IT’S NOT FUCKING GOOD ENOUGH.
Fan ownership has been chucked around often. Charlie S has done it on here, ‘Wullie Broon’ on another site and there’ll be plenty more of that. Trouble is it’s disparate and needs to be conjoined and focussed. After the most recent efforts (by the above-mentioned) I wasn’t sure which way to go so I just bought £100 worth of Celtic shares. All I can afford.
They’ll be made available if/when we get something really moving towards a Fan-Owned Club.
Warning: If the Celtic Board achieve (personal) success by the franchise, (or whatever it is they are doing in the USA), the dream of Fan-Ownership will become much more difficult to do.
I regret my lack of articulation but hope what I’m trying to say is understandable.
HH, I just love CELTIC.

Monti
6 years ago
Reply to  Vinnie

Vinnie,
I have stated previously that if we were qualifying for the CL every season, I would be happy with Lawwell taking out a £1m per year, that would mean that the club was being successful on and off the park.
Surely though, it is ridiculous for a CEO to take £1m out of the club when we are FAILING to qualify?
This has to be looked at by the club and revised.
At this moment in time Peter Lawwell can’t honestly say he is doing a good job for the club.
Time for change.
CELTS FOR CHANGE II

Vinnie
6 years ago
Reply to  Monti

Monti, I seldom disagree with anything you post, regardless of what frame of mind you’re in when you post it. However, I take exception to the idea that Peter Lawwell can EVER be entitled to rob Celtic of the amounts he does. We were apparently after a young Norwegian ‘sensation’, Kristoffer Ajer in the recent transfer window. When a fee, in the region of £800,000 came up our ‘interest’ dropped. Bin PL and you’ve got Kristoffer and £200,000 to spare, with the possibility of making ‘a fortune’ on a future transfer. That’s ‘supposed’ to be the ‘business’ we are in, buy low, get some quality time and sell high. Our CEO can’t even do that. Time for Tims. TIMS FOR CHANGE. LAWWELL OUT !

Carntyne
6 years ago

If Celtic had not lost to Ross County and Aberdeen there would not have been a whisper of complaint from the above so called Celtic fans.

This is not about Peter Lawwell or the board, this is about Celtic losing two games in a row.

Fucking whinging, whining hypocrites…

Monti
6 years ago
Reply to  Carntyne

Carntyne,
So you are happy with being embarrassed in Europe, struggling to beat modest domestic opposition and a CEO walking away with £1m per year?

Really!
Maybe if you sing ‘ Walk on ‘ loud enough we will qualify for the CL….

Jeez.

Charlie Saiz
6 years ago
Reply to  Carntyne

Canny argue with that.

Vinnie
6 years ago

You dare to call me that, ‘Carntyne’.
You’re clearly a Capitalist arsehole or a grovelling, obsequious (to Lawwell & Co.) piece of shit. I do not speak to real Tims in this manner, but, clearly, you’re NO Tim.
Now just Fuck Off, and when you get there………repeat, ad infinitum.

Devoy45
6 years ago

I read the forum and sometimes agree with everyone—to some extent. We all want the same thing: Celtic success and respect. Ronny must stay and see this thing out. To change now would wreck our season. Anti-Ronny can’t lose. He will go if we don’t win the League. If we win the league, we get a crack at CL. I was thinking about Sunday:
Bailly
Ambrose/Lustig/Sviantchenko/Tierney
Brown/Allan
Roberts/McGregor/Christie
Griffiths

subs: Gordon/Boyata/Izzy/Mackay-Steven/Armstrong/Johansen/Kazim-Richards
Maybe sheep will drop points in Perth, see a 0-0 draw there.

Monti
6 years ago
Reply to  Devoy45

Ambrose?

Paul
6 years ago

Carntyne,

You are missing the point. This is not being hypocritical with regards to compensation aligned with some poor results. We are talking about the soul of our club blackened by the invasion of paracites who take and give nothing in return.

The demise of the enemy has clouded our current situation, PL makes jokes about Rangers demise, yet he cries about lost revenue in a press release at a later date.

We have our chairman defending a locust who votes against cuts to the most vulnerable within our midst, who in turn shouts down fans as racist !

Do you really align your values with these people, I think perhaps you are following the wrong team.

Monti
6 years ago
Reply to  Paul

Paul,
Couldn’t agree more!

Uralius
6 years ago

The season book holders could unite and refuse to buy any pies from the stadium until they have lost the club £1 million. That will show them won’t it.

Devoy45
6 years ago

Ambrose? At the moment, as bad as our defence can be, he is better than Boyata. Simunovic is out for five weeks or more. Lustig’s positioning at CB is usually good and we have no other right backs available other than Efe. Many of Efe’s worst mistakes are because of poor positioning by someone else and he has to try clean up the mess. He wins balls in the air better than anyone else on our squad. He’ll have to do until Simunovic returns. Efe does add some bomb scare to any match!

marko
6 years ago

bit sad to not see my comments showing up…strange they not there….”but most of all we ain;t got nothing to lose”….can deal with mistake, man…7 years in Jamaica, that was the best years of my life….but….am still a Fenian bastard….rasta..

iancelt59
6 years ago

reggae is vile…morrissey

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