UNPAID STAFF WAGES – Statement from BWFCST Board

The BWFCST Board confirm that they are urgently looking at all available options for assisting non-playing staff who are experiencing financial difficulties as a result of non-payment of February wages, without disrupting any ongoing club governance matters.

3 Replies to "UNPAID STAFF WAGES - Statement from BWFCST Board"

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    John Heyes
    March 4, 2019 (9:23 AM)
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    Just how much longer can this go on for? We will be relegated from the Championship so season tickets will fall next season as people are sick and tired of all the hot air from the Chairman. No way will the takeover go through. Who would put money into the Club! We are doomed!,

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    John Heyes
    March 4, 2019 (2:29 PM)
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    Now we hear that the training ground is closed because there isn’t any food or drinks available.We go from bad to worse. I would get them a box of tea backs from Tesco if they are so hard up.What a DISGRACE,,,

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    Keith Parnell
    March 6, 2019 (4:45 PM)
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    Have seen Ken Anderson’s note from earlier today and there is a great deal of emotion in his comments. Many of us have been both critical of his chairmanship along with Phil Parkinson’s management on the playing side. It has become obvious that since Ken Anderson took full control of the club he had little or no financial flexibility to run the club and provide funds for additional players to improve the squad. It is reported that a takeover of some kind will likely be completed later this week and Ken Anderson will depart having only returned a share valuation close to what he paid in the first place. The chairman has been at pains to state that had he not taken over the club 3 years ago then worse would have occurred and the club might well be out of existence by now. Without doubt this has been the worst period in the club’s history, and in 50 years of my support, that will be his legacy.
    All we can hope for now is the new owners provide the stability required whether that be in the Championship or EFL1, and I fear the latter now, and ALL supporters put behind them their feelings for both the exiting chairman, and current manager, and get behind the team on Saturday against Millwall.


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