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Lets guess... Middlesborough who splashed the cash never went back up and are now broke and trying every trick to stop being so poor...

Besides, its an unfair system as it is...

Go down and get about 50million in parachute payment... go up from League 1 and get about a million!

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5 minutes ago, Ferkorf said:

Im sick of hearing about this 21 points rubbish. Wish they would just hurry up and get it over with

Why, so we can try to rebuild the squad under an unbongo in summer?

would have thought it’s in our interest to drag out the arbitration for as long as possible and if we lose that to do the same with the disciplinary hearings

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If we get a deduction and go down as a result (therefore directly DC's fault) what is he likely to do? Get out when he can and take a huge financial hit (unlikely), sell ground to claim a bit back (not many would want to buy anyway as it's unlikely to get planning permission to build on), keep club but wash his hands of it so left to wither and die? Charge us rent on the ground?

 

Really fear a Coventry type scenario myself. 

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Just now, HarrowbyOwl said:

Why, so we can try to rebuild the squad under an unbongo go in summer?

would have thought it’s in our interest to drag out the arbitration for as long as possible and if we lose that to do the same with the disciplinary hearings

 

Think we would find to hard to attract decent players if we still have this hanging over our heads this summer.

Also only real reason to drag it out as long as possible is because we know we are guilty and wear the EFL down and accept a lesser punishment. 

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