Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by Jarca, Jun 13, 2018.
It's been reported that both Adrian Lamb and Dave Binningsley have been made redundant.
What do they do?
Physio and fitness coach
haway the backroom clearout. But thoughts are with those who've lost their jobs and their loved ones who may be worried sick about the future there mate. may both lads find gainful elsewhere.
We have no players for them to coach.
Got more coaches than Snowdens
Pity we can't get shot of the players who don't want to be here as quick
I’d be utterly fucking embarrassed to have “fitness coach at Sunderland” on my cv.
One was head of nutrition and the other was chief of environmental services.
Fuck all now !
I wouldn’t be advertising that considering a lot of our team were playing the bagpipes out of their arses before half time.
Our new owners are either;
A: Getting rid of the rot. Ridding the club of the people who have overseen our most disastrous spell ever. Clearing the decks for some competent replacements.
B: They're taking what was, in theory, a Premier League level infrastructure and stripping it back to the bare bones. Possibly downgrading us to the 'minnow' level they're used to operating at with Eastleigh.
Answers on a postcard
If we are replacing them, fair enough. But made redundant implies the jobs are disappearing. Surely a modern football team needs physios and fitness people?
One was head gardener at the AoL. He was responsible for pruning the small trees.
I went to school with Dave, top lad and highly thought of by the players.
Ah crap not Binners going surely.
PS. What did he do again?
A little from column A, a little from column B
We'll employ new people but with a different job title and a different pay scale
"Now then Lee make sure young George gets his 6 pints"
A jog along Roker beach and fish and chips from that place next to the New Derby ... shit, no that was at Roker. Too far from the SoL. Maybe they can run up and down the bank where the metal statues are and have a bacon sandwich at Irene’s ?
That’s fitness, nutrition and physio all covered
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