As the Times reports, Andrew Andronikou is administrator of Portsmouth football club.
And in December 2008 during a court hearing it was ruled by a judge that
“Mr Andronikou’s conduct in these proceedings, particularly in relation to evidence filed by him on behalf [of Ahmed and his family], was manifestly inappropriate.” The judge also found that Andronikou “did fail to meet the standard to be expected of a reasonably competent insolvency practitioner”.
Three questions then:
1) Why is he still a partner at Hacker Young?
2) Why is he still licenced as an insolvency practitioner?
3) Why did the court not block his appointment at Portsmouth?
Sorry - but if I'd had such a ruling against me I'd expect all three questions to have been asked.
And so should society at large.