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The Board could have given them their year's notice at any time and then said to them, we want you to stay (if they did) but we need to negotiate a more realistic salary. They didn't and seemed to prefer to keep them in place to distract our attention from other issues.

 

come 6th March, it will fall to the new board to negotiate with them.

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The Board could have given them their year's notice at any time and then said to them, we want you to stay (if they did) but we need to negotiate a more realistic salary. They didn't and seemed to prefer to keep them in place to distract our attention from other issues.

 

LOL. Do you think they'd have accepted 'a more realistic salary' ? They're lining their pockets before they go (as they're entitled to do)

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I know they won't be back, imo they are still there to stick two fingers up at the current board and not to line their pockets, that's why I suspect a deal will be done when the new board comes in.

 

Some sort of deal needs to be struck. It was reported after he'd resigned McCoist was looking for around a £300k pay-off.

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