On 2GB on Tuesday 5 March, Michael Daley told Alan Jones to his face, that if elected he would sack him from the SCG Trust.
The SCG Trust is trying to take money out of schools and hospitals and spend it on rebuilding stadiums in Sydney.
The trust includes Alan Jones, Former Liberal Premier Barry O’Farrell, the chairman of Abbott Government's National Commission of Audit Tony Shepherd, and the chair of the board of the Australian Stock Exchange Maurice Newman.
The SCG trust has tried to pull the wool over the eyes of the people of New South Wales.
The board’s current plan to knock down and rebuild Allianz stadium is not in line with the expectations of the people of NSW and is not in the best interest of sporting fans.
The trust has colluded with the NSW government to spend $730 million of taxpayers’ money on an unnecessary stadium instead of schools and hospitals for the people of NSW.
A Daley Labor Government will replace the unelected members of the SCG Trust Board and appoint a new board that will better reflect the diversity of the sports loving people of NSW.
The two board members who were elected by the SCG Members, Phil Waugh and David Gilbert will remain, as will former test cricketer Stuart MacGill.