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1 minute ago, Grandad said:

I'm going to remind you every 25 pages

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5 minutes ago, asteener1867 said:

That's not winning

That's just.losing err... à bit less 

 

0-1 is always better than 0-3......sort of..

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This guy managed to get Wayne Hennessey off his "nazi gesture" allegation. 

 

If he can win that case, ours must be a walk in the park!

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Av heard that if you draw a line through our Balance Sheet some of the figures may be minutely slightly offside.....so they don;t count..............VAR checking

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20 minutes ago, Ronnie Starling said:

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my player of the season if we get away with it. 

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1 hour ago, HarrowbyOwl said:

Confidentiality is one of the attractions of arbitation over litigation. Usually all proceedings are confidential and even arbitration awards can be kept cofidential, 

But in the EFL case its seems not. Here's what EFL APPENDIX 2 - PROCEDURAL RULES says:

20.1 Subject to Rule 20.2, any Applicable Tribunal shall be entitled to publish any judgment, decision or award.

20.4 All evidence given and any other elements of the case record (for example pleadings, documents, correspondence, statements and submissions) shall, subject to Rule 20.1, be confidential.

 

 

I had to read this about twenty times but, from what I can make out:-

The Applicable Tribunal are entitled to publish any judgment, decision or award as long as the grounds for any judgment, decision or award remains confidential.

 

So, the Applicable Tribunal doesn't even have to publish any judgment, decision or award let alone set out the reasons as to why they arrived at their conclusion.

 

So apart from maybe a "gulty" or a "not gulity" (if the Applicable Tribunal feel like it), we won't hear anything at all.

 

I hear the clip-clop of hooves as a coach and horses is driven through this one.

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So the aforementioned tribunal hencetoforth to be called The abovementioned tribunal do not have a legal obligation to publish the findings of the above aforementioned tribunal Hencetoforward. ..ly

? ??

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6 minutes ago, Musn't Grumble said:

 

I had to read this about twenty times but, from what I can make out:-

The Applicable Tribunal are entitled to publish any judgment, decision or award as long as the grounds for any judgment, decision or award remains confidential.

 

So, the Applicable Tribunal doesn't even have to publish any judgment, decision or award let alone set out the reasons as to why they arrived at their conclusion.

 

So apart from maybe a "gulty" or a "not gulity" (if the Applicable Tribunal feel like it), we won't hear anything at all.

 

I hear the clip-clop of hooves as a coach and horses is driven through this one.

Would have thought the grounds would have to be part of the judgment, but documentation, witness statements and the like remain confidential

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2 hours ago, HIGHERSTATE said:

Get a reight score on scrabble with that

Equalize is also a high scoring word, not a word we use much with our team!

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3 hours ago, Grandad said:

I really have been away too long.

Prison? :laugh:

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8 minutes ago, Steelman said:

Prison? :laugh:

Trapped in Neil's bath?

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15 minutes ago, LittleG said:

Equalize is also a high scoring word, not a word we use much with our team!

We dont get many points for Capitulating even tho it happens every week.

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31 minutes ago, asteener1867 said:

So the aforementioned tribunal hencetoforth to be called The abovementioned tribunal do not have a legal obligation to publish the findings of the above aforementioned tribunal Hencetoforward. ..ly

? ??

 

Untowardly speaking of course 

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20 minutes ago, LittleG said:

Equalize is also a high scoring word, not a word we use much with our team!

Thought you had a scrabble team for a moment

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1 hour ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

Binding or Advisory ?

 

Well I've always understood :-

 

Consiliation/mediation = advisory.

 

Arbitration = binding on both parties.

 

Could well be wrong though as I often am. (Just ask my missus:rolleyes:)

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2 minutes ago, oldtawnyowl said:

Could well be wrong though as I often am. (Just ask my missus:rolleyes:)

I will once she gets out the shower.lol

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1 hour ago, Weshallovercome said:

Derby are using the same bloke, hopefully because he has a recent track record of winning such cases.

No it was take one get one free.

DC couldn't resist.

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3 minutes ago, Bulgaria said:

I will once she gets out the shower.lol

 

Gee thanks!

 

I hate it when she comes home all sweaty.:rolleyes:

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Could this be why the ‘other championship clubs want points deduction’ was in the news on Friday?
 

Do they already know the outcome?

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4 minutes ago, pat blondeau said:

Could this be why the ‘other championship clubs want points deduction’ was in the news on Friday?
 

Do they already know the outcome?

 

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