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Thread: Lee Robinson

  1. #21
    Oh dear ,think I've caught one

  2. #22
    I don't care what the circumstances are. If Lee Robinson is drawing a wage from Queens then he should be available to play and Naysmith should be willing to do so if needed.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by JRSLEFTPEG View Post
    I don't care what the circumstances are. If Lee Robinson is drawing a wage from Queens then he should be available to play and Naysmith should be willing to do so if needed.
    This. Couldn't agree more.
    He is a senior professional and hopefully will have the character and desire to step into the breach when called on. Provided he is called on, that is.....!!

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by shugg1e1919 View Post
    This. Couldn't agree more.
    He is a senior professional and hopefully will have the character and desire to step into the breach when called on. Provided he is called on, that is.....!!


    Sounds like Martin & Dobbie are both winning their fitness race

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by jardi View Post
    Spike, - spot on sir.

    If you refuse to play, or deliberately play to lose a game, both constitute as gross misconduct and immediate dismissal.

    If those points are not in a players contract then Scottish football needs to immediately re-draw the players contract.

    You cannot allow anyone to hold any club to ransom.
    Jardi spouting pish - now there's a surprise.

    No one in their right mind is going to walk away from a job - with two years left on a contract - without having another job lined up. As Lee was also brought in as goalkeeping coach i'm guessing his wages reflect that.

    That being said there is absolutely no indication that he has refused to play and would no doubt have a point to prove if selected. If anything Naysmith's treatment of Robinson could be seen as grounds for a "constructive dismissal" lawsuit. Let's hope it doesn't go that far.
    Last edited by Sane_Man; 10-08-2017 at 09:19 PM.

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