And Gill said: "He is sackable
. The pressure will be on next season and we wouldn't want that pressure not to be there.
In many fans' eyes a series of late errors constituted sackable
offences for the talented culprits at fault.
The error was foolish, elementary and costly, but not a sackable
Last month, as he announced a pounds 14m loss in media revenues, chief executive David Gill confirmed Ferguson was 'sackable
', a comment hastily retracted.
Described by Manchester United chief executive David Gill as 'sackable
' this week, it was an undignified gun to hold to the head of a man who has made that club the biggest in the world over the last 18 years.
The report focused on company owners, managers and other workers and rated how 'sackable
' they regard various office misdemeanours.
The respondents to the bCentral survey were asked how 'sackable
' they regard a variety of office misdemeanours from a scale of 0% to 100%
However, office pilfering is a sackable
offence with many employers now keeping a check on stationery and post.
GETTING high at work would be a sackable
offence for most people but for these workers it is a necessity.
A superior had words with them afterwards but one officer said: "It is a sackable
Any sign of any sort of racism against colour, religion, background will be an sackable
THE Professional Footballers Association want to make racist abuse on the field a sackable
offence next season.