Sheffield Wednesday's chairman is urged to meet with the shadow pensions minister - after he called on fans to raise £2m to help the club avoid a transfer embargo and admitted players and staff may not get paid due to 'cash-flow issues'

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By Mark Walker, Pa

Published: 14:24 EDT, 1 November 2023 | Updated: 14:24 EDT, 1 November 2023

The protector curate for pensions has requested a gathering pinch Sheffield Wednesday president Dejphon Chansiri complete nan club's finances.

Chansiri called connected fans to raise £2million connected Tuesday successful bid to prevention nan nine from falling into a multi-window transportation embargo and admitted players and unit whitethorn not get paid owed to 'cash-flow issues'.

But connected Wednesday nan Thai businessman confirmed each players and unit had been paid their salaries successful afloat and that an outstanding taxation indebtedness had besides been settled to debar nan nine being placed nether an extended transportation embargo.


Gill Furniss, Labour MP for Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough, said she was 'concerned by nan financial position of Sheffield Wednesday' and was waiting to perceive from Chansiri.

She said: 'Whilst it is welcomed that players and unit person now been paid, nan imaginable consequences of nan outstanding HMRC measure will beryllium causing immense amounts of accent for each stakeholders of nan club, including labor and fans.

Gill Furniss, Labour MP for Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough, said she was 'concerned by nan financial position of Sheffield Wednesday'

Sheffield Wednesday proprietor Dejphon Chansiri asked fans to raise £2million to salary disconnected debts owned to HMRC, screen nan costs measure and forestall a lengthy transportation embargo

On Wednesday it was confirmed that each players and unit had been paid their salaries successful full 

'It is nan work of nan proprietor to hole this problem, not fans. I person contacted Sheffield Wednesday to petition a gathering pinch Dejphon Chansiri and americium awaiting a response.'

In an question and reply pinch nan Sheffield Star connected Tuesday, Chansiri said nan outstanding HMRC indebtedness had not been paid owed to 'cash-flow' problems and that if 20,000 fans each donated £100 it would resoluteness nan issue.

Chansiri, who insisted he was not playing games pinch fans who had protested against his moving of nan club, past confirmed successful a connection connected Wednesday that each outstanding payments had been met.

He said: 'I tin corroborate that each our players and unit person been paid their salaries successful full. I tin besides corroborate that nan outstanding HMRC magnitude has been satisfied and nan EFL embargo will beryllium lifted.'

He added: 'When I was asked what would hap if money owed to maine was not paid successful time, I said if 20,000 fans paid £100 each it would resoluteness nan issue.

'I was making nan business wholly clear if I did not person nan disposable costs but yet it did not travel to that.'

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