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Is McNally the only one to benefit from relegation.

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But we''re debt free!! Of course he''ll get one! Doesn''t matter if we lost out on £100m its the end of accounting period bottom line that counts. And to be sure he achieves it I''m sure he''ll lay off a few staff on the living wage to make up the shortfall!

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Someone said today that he was the ninth highest paid chief exec in the Premier League..................At least we''re top 10 at something.

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His mandate is to keep the club in the black - and his bonuses are related to that! He has no interest in the football side or the supporters because his bonuses are not relative to either football success or failure. If there is money to be made, (aka Johnson sale) it will be, it''s his job!

You only have to work out the NET spend on players to realise what he does.

There will never be the desired quality at this club whilst McNally is CEO.

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Based on previous years accounts he seems to get two potential bonuses. One for hitting financial targets and one for staying up/promotion.

So yes he probably will get a bonus and gallingly it may well in part be due to our net spend on transfers! Good chance of a promotion bonus next season as well!

Personally I do not think any senior member of staff deserved a bonus for what has been a shambles of a season.

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Is McNally the only one to benefit from relegation ? The Premiership is good for the club, but the benefit from relegation is for the fans. more wins, real fans, and a better atmosphere all around.

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