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PL failed to enforce ban on Owen Oyston
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Hero-of-the-night Offline
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(13-03-2018 22:02)Magic147 Wrote:  Leeds away.

Fantastic night.

One of a very few games I never went too. I remember watching sky sports news in a boozer in Gateshead thinking, Why couldn’t they *score like that at WestHam the week before!!!
*It was a weird game, if I remember correctly we were by far the better side but got thumped 4-0.
14-03-2018 08:09
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14-03-2018 13:13
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Just another thought on this.

If we could clearly evidence the Oystons' lack of willingness to try to stay in the premier league, in light of how convenient that relegation was for them, could there be a case for match-fixing?

And following on from that, I'm assuming if match-fixing is proven in relation to an owner that would mean they fail the shit and proper test?
14-03-2018 13:29
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(14-03-2018 13:29)Magic147 Wrote:  Just another thought on this.

If we could clearly evidence the Oystons' lack of willingness to try to stay in the premier league, in light of how convenient that relegation was for them, could there be a case for match-fixing?

And following on from that, I'm assuming if match-fixing is proven in relation to an owner that would mean they fail the shit and proper test?

It would have to be traceable.

I think it was a former owner of Swindon Town who bet on his side to lose a cup game back in the 1980s? Result was he was later jailed and banned by the FA for three years for this and other offences.
14-03-2018 18:31
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It would also surely mean the players and Ollie were complicit. None of them deserve that - not even Beattie.
14-03-2018 20:25
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Any manager that brings 16st Andy Reid on should definitely be done for match fixing.

That cunt was the size of a 3 tonne skip when he played for us.
14-03-2018 20:49
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(13-03-2018 17:44)Magic147 Wrote:  There's only one solution.

Force Owen to sell his shares to Val, then reset all leagues to 2011/12 and restart from the beginning of that season.

Brilliant idea. Perhaps need Stephen Hawking to help turn back the time Scratch_chin
14-03-2018 21:38
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(14-03-2018 20:49)Hero-of-the-night Wrote:  Any manager that brings 16st Andy Reid on should definitely be done for match fixing.

That cunt was the size of a 3 tonne skip when he played for us.

Turning circle of a aircraft carrier. Still - think of the good times.
14-03-2018 22:58
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We apparently paid a 1 million loan fee for Andy Reid. He was only brought in to replace Charlie Adam who was meant to leave in January's transfer window.
15-03-2018 09:34
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(15-03-2018 09:34)tangerine77 Wrote:  We apparently paid a 1 million loan fee for Andy Reid. He was only brought in to replace Charlie Adam who was meant to leave in January's transfer window.

When half pissed I often mistook Bloomfield bear for Andy Reid.
15-03-2018 18:12
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