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What is it they say? The victors get to write the history or something like that. 

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I've reached the conclusion that no one has a f00king clue what went off. 

 

Every journalist seems to have a different version of events. 

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Messy 

 

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Says nothing of Agnew and Clemence, only focusses on Bruce's contract/compensation situation.  I thought it was pretty common knowledge that they were the issue?  Bruce was settled, the little sprouts weren't? 

 

Looks like lazy journalism to me...  

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I was in a boozer tonight with a Geordie landlord ... he made me realise me how much I loath the self entitled won fizz all north eastern fools 

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Can’t just demand loan players 

 

Bit daft Chairman that is 

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So now it sounds like we won’t be getting any players on loan and the compensation is a lot less than 4 million. Wonder what tomorrow’s story will be, seems to change every day. 

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I see Bruce is playing the innocent party now the wonker!! I thought it was all done blah blah blah. 

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Fat Ashley getting his media chums to do his dirty work again? Regardless, we just need to focus on bringing in a suitable replacement, some more players and getting ready for the start of the season.

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The devils in the detail,Bruce would have negotiated a contract that had clauses,as is the norm in sport,hed have passed the info onto ashley.

I said from the start theyd resign their positions,compo for a coach would be close to negilgable.the court case would cost more than the compo would yield.

We need to move on from this quickly and appoint an experienced manager before we waste yet another season languishing mid table

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7 minutes ago, legendaryswan said:

The devils in the detail,Bruce would have negotiated a contract that had clauses,as is the norm in sport,hed have passed the info onto ashley.

I said from the start theyd resign their positions,compo for a coach would be close to negilgable.the court case would cost more than the compo would yield.

We need to move on from this quickly and appoint an experienced manager before we waste yet another season languishing mid table

Yeah...if this is true (and who honestly knows?), then I can't see any great merit in entering into some protracted legal case. 

 

It's a sh*tter what happened and how it happened, but you have to move on at some point. 

 

Assuming Newcastle have paid what they were obligated to do so, I don't see any reason in dragging it out further. Eventually, you end up cutting your nose off to spite your face.  

 

Move on and start focusing on another massive season. 

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Unfortunately, this side of the story seems so much more typical of 'Chansiri' / 'Wednesday' than those stories that have come before it...

 

We sound desperate... and a bit embarrassing frankly.

 

Just move on and appoint a new manager - Bullen, Holloway, whoever - and concentrate on promotion.

 

This could drag on for weeks, maybe months.

 

 

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1 minute ago, davey_wells said:

Unfortunately, this side of the story seems so much more typical of 'Chansiri' / 'Wednesday' than those stories that have come before it...

 

We sound desperate... and a bit embarrassing frankly.

 

Just move on and appoint a new manager - Bullen, Holloway, whoever - and concentrate on promotion.

 

This could drag on for weeks, maybe months.

 

 

Quite right we need to focus on ourselves and look the future,bruce is the past now

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We need to focus on getting a manager, not this. 

 

People leave and move on all the time in football - get on with it! 

 

We we need an Aldridge type at the club to deal with stuff. 

 

DC seems to get too personal and tunnel visioned. We need to manage the club, not one issue at a time 

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9 minutes ago, davey_wells said:

Unfortunately, this side of the story seems so much more typical of 'Chansiri' / 'Wednesday' than those stories that have come before it...

 

We sound desperate... and a bit embarrassing frankly.

 

Just move on and appoint a new manager - Bullen, Holloway, whoever - and concentrate on promotion.

 

This could drag on for weeks, maybe months.

 

 

 

Agree with these points if the article is accurate 

 

but who in the sweet Jesus actually knows what’s gone on 

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The Telegraph and that writer Luke Edwards in particular is so far up Bruce's backside its scary so I wouldn't take notice of them/him on this subject.

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