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    PFA annual accounts, Gordon Taylor £2,290,276 salary


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    Here’s a copy of the PFA annual accounts which reveal chief executive’s Gordon Taylor’s £2,290,276 salary.
    Meanwhile £100,000 spent by the footballers’ union on research into head injury & concussion...


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      Had someone asked me how much he earns, I'd have taken a stab at £200-300k.

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      Here’s a copy of the PFA annual accounts which reveal chief executive’s Gordon Taylor’s £2,290,276 salary.
      Meanwhile £100,000 spent by the footballers’ union on research into head injury & concussion...

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      Well, presumably the members are happy with this. And if they are not they are not obliged to join the union. I'm in no position to comment on whether he is value for money. Can anyone comment?
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      It never fails to surprise me that people are surprised at how much the top execs earn. A Tesco store manager can earn £150k a year nowadays. The top guys in the very largest organisations are all paid in the millions.

      The FA income was £350m which is a little bit higher than the average turnover of a FTSE 350 company. The average salary for a Chief Exec of a FTSE 250 company is £1.5m so he's getting paid more than most of his counterparts in the City but it's still in the same ball park and it's not exactly like for like.
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      It never fails to surprise me that people are surprised at how much the top execs earn. A Tesco store manager can earn £150k a year nowadays. The top guys in the very largest organisations are all paid in the millions.

      The FA income was £350m which is a little bit higher than the average turnover of a FTSE 350 company. The average salary for a Chief Exec of a FTSE 250 company is £1.5m so he's getting paid more than most of his counterparts in the City but it's still in the same ball park and it's not exactly like for like.
      Yes....but....isn't he merely a union leader? What company is he running, and where can I buy shares?
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      Well, presumably the members are happy with this. And if they are not they are not obliged to join the union. I'm in no position to comment on whether he is value for money. Can anyone comment?
      Yes, he is not good value for money.

      It is highly likely that there are at least 50 ex-players out there who have sufficient nouse to do an equally good, if not better job and would probably take this on for £500k. Considering a wide supply of potential candidates, there can be no suggestion that he is a unique candidate who needs to be paid that highly.

      It's also in no way as challenging a job as being a FTSE100 CEO where you are responsible for the performance of the business and very often at great risk of messing up and destroying the company. He faces few such risks in his role, so his salary should not compare with CEO salaries.
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      Doesn’t really matter what We think,as long as His members are happy to pay Him that salary.

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