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41 minutes ago, TrickyTrev said:

This is a VERY encouraging first step but it is just that, a first step.

 

If we do go on to beat the EFL then all credit to Dejphon Chansiri, I’ve criticised him as have others but if we avoid a points deduction then I think there are plenty of fans like me who will need to eat a decent slice of humble pie.

 

It won’t make everything at the club rosey but it’ll be a start and it’ll mean that we are a Championship club next season rather than a league 1 club.

I will eat the contents of my bum hole first.

The fact we are even having this discussion tells you everything you need to know about the running of our club.

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4 minutes ago, Key said:


So you think the EFL are dropping the case against the three individuals because of Coronavirus, but they are going ahead with the case against the club despite Coronavirus. How does that make any sense?

The case against the club will also be dropped imho.  

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Think we’ve taken an early lead here, that’s all.

 

Has to be said though that the whole football environment has changed in the last two weeks.

 

Can we hold on and keep a clean sheet.

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7 minutes ago, Ronio said:

The case against the club will also be dropped imho.  


Let’s hope so.

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1 minute ago, Key said:


Let’s hope so.

To answer your last question more succinctly, saving face.  

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32 minutes ago, Ronio said:

The Efl had to drop the charges with what has been going on recently.  


Or maybe they had to drop them because they had done nowt wrong 

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1 hour ago, Royal_D said:


Or maybe they had to drop them because they had done nowt wrong 

I’ve said all along, We’ve Done nothing wrong UTO 

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2 hours ago, hopevalleyowl said:

 

does this mean we’ve lost the arbitration and now it’s about the extent of the penalty?

 

Thanks.....another nail in my faith in humanity coffin.....lol

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Woohoo lets spunk another 50 mill on some more garbage

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5 hours ago, Blatter said:

Think we’ve taken an early lead here, that’s all.

 

Has to be said though that the whole football environment has changed in the last two weeks.

 

Can we hold on and keep a clean sheet.

You know what we are like at defending early leads !

 

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7 hours ago, @owlstalk said:


 

From my bedroom window I can hear a massive party going on on the next road

 

Sounds like thirty or fourty there having a mass Covid19 infect each other karaoke party

 

Theyre singing Human League songs currently 

 

Don’t know whats sadder.. their lack of singing, or knowing their actions could impact on their families in a week or so’s time

 

And with that lovely news I will bid you all goodnight from Owlstalk HQ

I like to know where people post from,  I prefer to post from the lavy. 

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7 hours ago, nevthelodgemoorowl said:

OK let me put it simply, as I say I'm not a legal bod. 

 

A boy walks past your front garden and bangs a brick through your window.

 

The police arrest a boy and charge him with criminal damage.

 

At court the judge proclaims there is insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

 

The police immediately leave the court building and arrest the brick.

 

Ultimately any further charge has to be against individual or individuals acting on behalf of the club. If not Mr Chansiri, Ms Meire and Mr Redgate   then who ?

Ok understand that bit, 

But what happens to the brick.

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On a related note, EFL not having a great time of it with charges against clubs. New man at the top throwing his weight around, loses case against Birmingham, early negative signs against us... Where does this leave the likes of Bury? Out of business under this EFL leadership... Very little hope of redemption at the lower end of the pyramid when EFL make rash decisions with grave consequences.

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8 hours ago, @owlstalk said:


 

Charges against the club are STILL ONGOING

 

People all over social media think we have totally beaten the EFL charges

 

WE HAVENT 

 

Some of them are too busy ranting about pubs being told to shut. 

Unbelievable some of posts I seen last night.  :duntmatter:

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So much for the extremely confident EFL and their concrete case with clear and proven evidence

 

I wonder if this is all a precursor to a more moderate points deduction. Something like 6 points with 3 suspended 

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Nice to think things will be sorted before football starts again. Aside from having players that appear not to give a crap, do think all of this disruption has had an knock.

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Let’s be honest, no individual comes out of this whole debacle with their heads held high - whether that’s the EFL or the club.

 

Football (;as well as everyday life) has gone mad!

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7 hours ago, Blatter said:

Think we’ve taken an early lead here, that’s all.

 

Has to be said though that the whole football environment has changed in the last two weeks.

 

Can we hold on and keep a clean sheet.

I was confident about it all til I read this. 

 

We're going out of business in the last minute of the final hearing aren't we? 

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8 hours ago, The Batman said:

So does it mean they're dropping the bit about dodgy accountancy? Date of sale etc

 

But going ahead with the FFP part about the overvalued stadium sale?

Where has it stated anything to do with dodgy accountancy

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8 hours ago, Blue and white said:

That's a fantastic point, it's not the club that has broke  the rules but individuals who are running the club.

But they represent an organisation SWFC not themselves, hope this helps

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