THE threat of a players' strike has prompted BBC pundit Jimmy Hill to make a vicious attack on PFA Chief Executive Gordon Taylor. Hill claims that a players' strike would throw clubs out of business. Taylor is threatening to ballot his members on strike action if there is no settlement in the PFA's row with the Football League over money from the Sky TV deal. But Hill, a former Players' Union chief who threatened a players' walkout 35 years ago in the fight to abolish the maximum wage, says in the new Match of the Day magazine that Nationwide players are now 'wrong, wrong, wrong in contemplating a strike'. And Hill had a personal message for Taylor: 'For goodness sake, Gordon, get off your high horse and negotiate a sensible settlement in everyone's interest.' Hill added the PFA reasoning for the action, namely the loss of the 10 per cent of all television fees, is ill-founded with many Nationwide clubs already 'in danger of sinking'.