Even the govement are talking about him. Why is he not on the index?
While stock markets have plunged amd industries have crashed, i think its worth praising how FI have managed to protect the index. Challenging times for most arround the world and they had to make some touch decisions, but i think all things considered yheuvr dealt with it well.
Lots of hurdles to overcome, but positive news i think.
Will probably take till june with no fans but i think we will get football again this season
@Moukoko the fear of all games being off is whats causing folk to pull there money out. Inventivising games those same people think are not going to happen isnr going to help. At least not yet.
Increasing divs for media while games are off seems to make sense.
Though when we know cancelled games are back on im sure FI will do something to being punters back
If the index had of been around since the early days of the prem, wjo do you think would be the historic king of the index? Assuming the market stayed a similar size.
For me its Beckham, no one else would get a look in for MB ans his PB wouldn't be bad either.
@ChazFI123 don't be so dim. The idea that the only 2 options available are public humiliation or no action at all is simply not true.
Given the clock had nearly run down anyway, the likelihood that kean would go on to cost Everton the point is close to zero and is a non argument a it didn't happen.
If he's unhappy with the player, sure, bolock him, drop him, or so what ever action that best says "I need you to do you job." But public throwing a q9 year old under the bus isnt some thing I expect to have a good impact.
Alex Ferguson, the best man manager in the last few decades. He was tough on his players behind the scenes but protected them publically.