Even if the plan is not to use his opinions about football at all, it's inevitable that they will be talking about the team, so there could be some effect.Why would we refer to SAF for his opinion on things that aren't relevant to him? Surely he's there with Murtough and Gill to offer his opinion on running the club at the senior management level, such as "would it be a good idea to break our wage structure and offer Martial a £250k a week contract?", "Do you think it's wise to retain players on big contracts to increase their value?" etc.
Not "So what do you think of this Ten Hag bloke? Too many square passes? Should we bin him?"
And frankly, I'm not even sure the questions you've asked about contracts and wage structure are the sort he should be answering anyway. He's a football man.