peg951 wrote:for sake of 10pounds for all that Angmering have done for a lot of the players.people are moaning which are the ones that still owe money from last season.also didn't hear many moan when they were given a tracksuit which cost more then 10pounds but refuse to give it back. Im happy to pay the 10pounds myself, bob and Carl have put more then enough money in to the club and so have some morals and just pay it. 10pounds not really worth making a thread about it.
ubfcron wrote:WSFL Handbook, Rule 14d
tommymac wrote:I've dual signed for a county team and a Saturday team with my mates for a laugh. And as a mate I would not expect them to pay my fine for me, I have played one game for them this season and got red carded so I've paid my fine for that already. Say I did not pay that fine would I really expect someone else to pay that for me?
When signing on you know the risks of something like this happening which is why I think it is not ridiculous, but yes probably unfair to some.
As mentioned the FA can and will stop you signing for another club until the fines are paid up as well.
Mystery wrote:Are players aware of this though? This is my argument, not the £10. Not once in 13 years of playing mens football have i been told that if i club folds and owes money then no matter how innocent the players are, they are accountable. The club Chairman, secretary or treasurer should be. If i personally owed any Subs, league fines etc then i would happily pay up as was the case when i left yapton 5/6 years ago.