That would be nigh on unenforceable I would have thought
Fri Jun 22, 2012 08:48
though the transfer system of big clubs paying the smaller ones a fair price for their players was at least a redistributive mechanism in that sense. Personally I'd rather the Premier League clubs raking it in paid a fair price than shift the costs onto the players themselves.
After wasting £500,000 of the local tax payers money on a failed property coup. They should oblige and make major donations to a community scheme that actually helps local children. Send the invoice... more
hear hear tax dodge wherever you may be,Thu Jun 21 20:06
Do they still bother surcharging councillors these days?
Well done to all involved and keep going, would be a great achievement if it can be pulled off. Would certainly be something I would happily contribute to as well, as youth development is something I ... more
.. would it be possible to set up some form of tax on future income? Say any player going through our academy for x years owes x% of any income earned over £100,000 per annum through football? It... more
That would be nigh on unenforceable I would have thought tax dodge wherever you may be,Fri Jun 22 08:48
It's nice to see the Trust proactively communicating with its "stakeholders". A very welcome precedent, and perhaps a sign that the Trust is listening to and responding to criticism on this board?... more