Apparently if you disagree that vouchers is the only way to solve poverty this is what happens. Some on the left always try to bully their way through politics & caricature the right as evil (or scum) for merely disagreeing. I’m afraid that sort of politics just doesn’t work pic.twitter.com/0wEjZtBdmP
Reading the post about the salary cap and contract renewals got me thinking, particularly given the much-improved performances from a number of members of the squad who might find themselves out of contract in the summer.
Is the threat of having to accept a significantly-reduced salary from 2021/22 onwards enough of a kick in the pants to spur some of these players to play to their full potential?
Probably the only way for some of these players to continue to draw a comparable wage going forwards would either be to get Town promoted, or to do enough to prove to a Championship club that they're worth signing if Town don't go up.
Garbutt ending up at Blackpool will probably have been quite the cautionary tale for them.
An unconventional line-up forced by Covid and isolations. We were not able to call the match off as there was no guarantee that a 15 point penalty would not be imposed. Opportunity for some of the youth to show what they can do. #TRFChttps://t.co/imzhVTLoNc