There’s a lot of info in there, and maybe even more than it at first seems.
They want to make it a criminal matter, and that should have our support.
This is not a team-sheet. This is high level strategic information and as such it ought never to have seen the light of day.
There is no “need to know” defence here for whoever put this in the public domain. Had they waited until the transfer window was closed then perhaps an argument could be made for that, but the publication, now, only damages us.
So let’s start at the beginning; let’s start with who had a copy, by looking at who was at the meeting.