Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Arfur Ap Llewellyn Europe, 11 Feb 2019.
Possibly as they hit the water
Hopefully quick then, better than drowning.
Yes, true. I meant he wasn't struggling to get out as the cabin filled.
Man, it's still horrible even thinking about it...
The best possible outcome. I feel better knowing this.
Transfer process cant continue for 6-12 months surely.
Investigators have been given details of plane owner.
Emiliano Sala plane crash investigators given name of real owners
We know that there is a contract and we know that payment is involved. If the first tranche of that payment is delayed, past the date which was due, then the club are in breach of contract.
That I'm afraid would be grounds enough for a points deduction.
Case closed everybody
That's a bit childish kiffa.
Not as child like as how simple you imagine a £15m player transfer contract to be
Explain how this contract was to be handled without stage payments which by the way has already been released into the public domain. Explain why Nantes believe they have just course to resort to legal methods against CCFC, if no payment schedule has been denied or payments missed.
The contract is in the public domain in its entirety?
I look forward to your customary link
This thread has dealt with the subject of payments as have most of the newspapers over the last five days or so.
Reports claim Cardiff 'could be docked points' over Sala
Representatives of the club demanding that ..."Cardiff want to clarify "all the facts" surrounding the accident before honouring the contract."
This is a ridiculous position for the club to be putting itself in. What if he had been killed in a taxi from the airport to his hotel in Cardiff? Would the club's representatives still have wanted to "clarify all the facts" before honouring the contract?
The accident and the contract have no connection with each other.
So to conclude, you have no idea what is in the contract or what stipulations contained within may or may not warrant withholding payment?
And you send me a link to a Wales Online article with nothing but speculation in it to try and prove otherwise?
Agreed, but the issue is with the ownership of the player, which has yet to be clarified. If he was still a Nantes' player because the transfer hadn't been ratified by the PL/ FA, then the contract is nullified. He can't be registered after he has died.
Don't bring Jews into this kiffa. Keep it simple.
First you want to act like a child on here then you want to be argumentative.
The issue has been discussed by others on here, who unlike you seem to be able to grasp the potential pitfall of correlating an accident, with that of a demand by Nantes for their first stage payment.
I will just let the people behind the scenes who are close to the matter deal with this instead of ignorantly and pig headedly thinking that I know all of the facts, if that’s all the same
He wouldn't have been a Nantes player had he landed at Cardiff Airport. He'd already signed for Cardiff three days before. That doesn't excuse a claim about "clarifying all the facts surrounding the accident." Clarifying all of the facts surrounding the contract, I could understand.
I opined on the matter as have others. You interjected and acted like a right childish cnut. Next time if you can't contribute something sensible, just let people think you're an idiot, instead of showing them that you are one.