More infuriating news via the Guardian's David Conn. Apparently in the Premier League, "not senior enough" means having the authority to sell a top-rated (and Canada-shirking) keeper at pathetic price under the nose of one of Portsmouth's executive directors. And because he's "not senior enough" corrupt Israeli lawyer Daniel Azougy does not have to face any meaningful scrutiny from the league.
If Pompey gets snuffed out, it's not on Ali al-Faraj's head; it's on Richard Scudamore's. To allow this farce to take place means the Premier League is not doing its job on behalf of supporters, and I hope the Portsmouth Supporters Trust and SOS group remind him of that today.
Enough is enough. All the Premier League supporters' trusts should take consider taking collective action against Scudamore following the unregulated mess his tenure has wrought in these past months.