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Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 18:08 22 Oct 2011
by Quintrell_Green
cleaner wrote: IF, as rumoured, he didn't receive any wages at all,then he probably thinks he should get what he is owed.


What I find strange is that PR's issue seems to been allowed to lie until the last moment. As a high earner I would have felt the likely amount involved would have loomed large before now. Peter Ridsdale spoke regarding the amicable nature of the sacking interview with PR and how the chatted long about football generally. It looks as if the contentious issue of pay and outstanding rights were conveniently forgotten at the time and allowed to fester.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 18:52 22 Oct 2011
by John Cooper
Greenblooded1 wrote: His is going to be the sticky one. How much was he on & how much of his contract remained....


And of course risdale when he leaves will not mind or argue if he is offered a fraction of what he believes to be owed?

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 21:46 22 Oct 2011
by Elias
I would guess that Peter Reid has been left to (almost) last deliberately, possibly in an effort to pressurise him into submission- how ironic could it be that someone who stood during it all could (would) after all be the one to bring liquidation.
If he has received no money since Oct 2010 then he must be due 300k minimum.
Question - do YOU expect Peter Reid to sign away his right to this money ?
Maybe another way to put it, if the firm you worked for went the same way as PAFC would you sign your right away to 18 months salary ?? (Reid's was contracted until summer 2012).
Could you afford to lose 30k ?? I couldnt.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 22:21 22 Oct 2011
by Nick Prideaux
Human nature is unpredictable, to be sure. Nevertheless, based on what we have seen of Peter Reid's behaviour as manager during our crisis months (dignified, loyal, trustworthy, non-egotistical) I personally will be surprised if he puts us into liquidation. I think we have next week left for Peter & P&A to come to deal to avoid the unthinkable; hopefully all agreed on Monday.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 06:12 23 Oct 2011
by Waraqah
Quintrell_Green wrote:
cleaner wrote: IF, as rumoured, he didn't receive any wages at all,then he probably thinks he should get what he is owed.


What I find strange is that PR's issue seems to been allowed to lie until the last moment. As a high earner I would have felt the likely amount involved would have loomed large before now. Peter Ridsdale spoke regarding the amicable nature of the sacking interview with PR and how the chatted long about football generally. It looks as if the contentious issue of pay and outstanding rights were conveniently forgotten at the time and allowed to fester.


I wonder if they talked about their time at Leeds together, and Ridsdale's comments in his book about Reidy? If I remember rightly, he was none too flattering.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 11:51 23 Oct 2011
by sharkbait
If I was Readie I'd tell the club to go f*** themselves, the blokes been great all the way through this sorry mess and now they want to stab him the back for all his loyalty, sad.
Stand firm Readie and get what is owed to you, now is not the time for you to be loyal to a club that screwed you.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 11:57 23 Oct 2011
by SMIAL
Everyone is so far up Peter Reids Ar$e!! He got sacked because we were poor on the pitch and we were heading one direction. Fresh approach was needed.

Good luck to Peter, but please get this resolved asap before its too late.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 12:00 23 Oct 2011
by SurreyGreen
The thing is if Reid does not accept and asks for more, every single other creditor is entitled to do the same, this would be the end then.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 12:21 23 Oct 2011
by Quintrell_Green
SurreyGreen wrote: The thing is if Reid does not accept and asks for more, every single other creditor is entitled to do the same, this would be the end then.


He could be reimbursed in other ways subject to strict confidentiality clauses of course.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 12:23 23 Oct 2011
by briangreen
SurryGreen
Don't believe that even comes into James Brent's thinking, everybody is to be treated equally, at least that's what was reported.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 14:20 23 Oct 2011
by with-menace
SMIAL wrote: Everyone is so far up Peter Reids Ar$e!! He got sacked because we were poor on the pitch and we were heading one direction. Fresh approach was needed.

Good luck to Peter, but please get this resolved asap before its too late.

Shhhh! I dont think I could handle the shrill screech of the infatuated school girls who still seem to see him as some messiah 'readie' (do you know him?) is the one man who can still pull the trigger on our club,just imagine the bile and threats etc had it been say stapleton or gardner (you wont get a sir out of me mister) but no there are still a deluded few who gush and fawn over the worst manager in our history.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 14:24 23 Oct 2011
by Shane Harris
Mr.Reid was with the Man City Directors at Old Trafford today.

Re: Peter Reid (still to sign agreement) UPDATED

Posted: 14:50 23 Oct 2011
by Glynn
SurreyGreen wrote: The thing is if Reid does not accept and asks for more, every single other creditor is entitled to do the same, this would be the end then.



They've already signed their offers, so i would imagine that wouldnt be the case