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snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
harlequinade (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 07:59
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The belt-tightening climate may also hit the RFU council and other privileged members, who have all enjoyed free tickets, lunches, and accommodation at England matches. So far, the council has rejected attempts to cut back on their match-day benefits, to the frustration of Twickenham insiders, while some former presidents were far from enamoured at plans to move them from an over-populated Royal Box during the Six Nations. But the RFU is determined not to become embroiled in a civil war with the likes of Baron and the former presidents.

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Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
Rich W (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 08:28
Parp!



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Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
Brownian Motion (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 10:00
So they can't properly fund both XV and 7s for women at the same time, 62 people have or are going to have lost their jobs, and the grassroots game is being left to twist in the wind. Yet these cnuts are peacocking about who still gets to sit in the Royal Box?

The sad thing is, I'm not surprised at all.

 
Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
Yorkie (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 10:27
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RFU council and other privileged members, who have all enjoyed free tickets, lunches, and accommodation at England matches.


How many folk we talking here? 50? 100? 150?

If sold commercially, what they are receiving must be worth at least 500 per head. So if only 100 folk riding this gravy train, then 50,000 revenue lost each home match which would provide 2 development officers at the grass roots.



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Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
PrestonTiger (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 10:43
Hope they are getting taxed on it as a benefit-in-kind.

 
Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
Rich W (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 11:37
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Yorkie
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RFU council and other privileged members, who have all enjoyed free tickets, lunches, and accommodation at England matches.


How many folk we talking here? 50? 100? 150?

If sold commercially, what they are receiving must be worth at least 500 per head. So if only 100 folk riding this gravy train, then 50,000 revenue lost each home match which would provide 2 development officers at the grass roots.

Development officers?(Sm22) When compared to the essential work done by the parasitic, gin-swilling old farts?

Oh that's precious Yorkie!



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Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
higgy365 (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 13:22
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PrestonTiger
Hope they are getting taxed on it as a benefit-in-kind.

Yes,exactly, I thought HMRC are strictly policing this to new law? I stand to be corrected.

 
Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
Tiggs (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 14:11
No doubt claiming it to be working expenses



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Re: snouts resisting being turned away from the trough!!
Yorkie (IP Logged)
09 August, 2018 14:17
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Tiggs
No doubt claiming it to be working expenses

Which was my thought too. But do they have to be there to "perform" their function? Indeed, apart from feeding at the trough and filling free seats, do they have any function on an invitational day as past officers? Hope they don't have their wives/partners with them as would make even harder to wriggle out of.



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