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inter politics

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    inter politics got a reaction from Eaststander7 in Keogh Sacked   
    No sympathy for the club on this one
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    inter politics got a reaction from Abu Derby in EFL appeal   
    Pathetic Gibson
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    inter politics got a reaction from Ken Tram in EFL appeal   
    I actually think Rooney quitting in this scenario would be a good thing, as an experienced manager (dare I say someone like Big Sam) would be far more suited.
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    inter politics reacted to Coconut in Keogh Sacked   
    He was treated 'differently' because treating them 'all the same' made no bloody sense given the context of their situations.
    From a legal perspective of course, yes, that's what they had to do.  Unfortunately that's all that matters and Richard Keogh walks away with a massive sum of money for taking advantage of the club's error of judgement.
    The club tried to tailor appropriate consequences based on the real life outcome of events. Ultimately it's their desire not to sack anyone that's come back and bitten them on the bum.
    BTW I actually take back what I said about reversing the roles and how the players would react - I don't know why I said it tbh.
    Keogh certainly does have an air of being one to blame everyone but himself for his situation though - he did it often enough on the pitch.
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    inter politics got a reaction from AndyinLiverpool in Keogh Sacked   
    I hate going over this rubbish again. Yes he was captain but he was treated considerably different to MB and TL.
    As for the compensation, we can moan about footballers wages all we like but it is potentially a very short career and the guy has a kid and another on the way. Most people would do exactly the same.
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    inter politics got a reaction from Deej in Keogh Sacked   
    I hate going over this rubbish again. Yes he was captain but he was treated considerably different to MB and TL.
    As for the compensation, we can moan about footballers wages all we like but it is potentially a very short career and the guy has a kid and another on the way. Most people would do exactly the same.
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    inter politics got a reaction from Jayram in Keogh Sacked   
    No sympathy for the club on this one
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    inter politics got a reaction from Ibby in El DerbyCo   
    Bye Erik
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    inter politics got a reaction from Deej in Keogh Sacked   
    No sympathy for the club on this one
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    inter politics got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in Keogh Sacked   
    No sympathy for the club on this one
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    inter politics got a reaction from TheresOnlyWanChope in Keogh Sacked   
    No sympathy for the club on this one
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    inter politics reacted to RadioactiveWaste in EFL appeal   
    Yes, but for not filing our accounts.
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    inter politics reacted to Mostyn6 in EFL appeal   
    Jeez Nick! @Ambitious wanted him to die! I just wanted him to eat poo. 
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    inter politics got a reaction from RadioactiveWaste in EFL appeal   
    I actually think Rooney quitting in this scenario would be a good thing, as an experienced manager (dare I say someone like Big Sam) would be far more suited.
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    inter politics reacted to Ambitious in EFL appeal   
    On another note: I hope Steve Gibson drowns in a pool of his own piss. 
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    inter politics got a reaction from Deej in EFL appeal   
    Pathetic Gibson
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    inter politics reacted to Pearl Ram in EFL appeal   
    I doubt they’ll be in any Rush to tell you their source. 
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    inter politics got a reaction from r_wilcockson in EFL appeal   
    I wish. All things considered, whilst I wouldn't like it, I'd maybe take a 6 point deduction at this juncture so we can finally move on.
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    inter politics got a reaction from r_wilcockson in EFL appeal   
    Okay, we cannot appeal the decision but can we appeal the punishment?
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    inter politics reacted to Ghost of Clough in EFL appeal   
    12 points for the overspend. Then plus some more (up to 9) for deliberately misleading and failing to provide details on the policy. Then minus some for EFL incompetence.
    So 0 points.
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    inter politics reacted to Ghost of Clough in EFL appeal   
    I trust my figures over his
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    inter politics reacted to ShoreRam in EFL appeal   
    I think that's probably good news.
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    inter politics got a reaction from LauraH in EFL appeal   
    'Under EFL regulations, it is understood there is no possible recourse for Derby to challenge the decision.'
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    inter politics reacted to Ghost of Clough in EFL appeal   
    First line: The EFL has won its appeal
    Next paragraph: An independent panel will now decide on what punishment
    So they haven't won anything yet. A "win" could simply be a penalty.
    They state Wednesday as a "precedent", yet ignore the fact they were awarded the 12 point penalty at the end of last season, with the deduction being applied to this season. Using that precedent, a penalty for us would be applied to next season.
     
    The reporting in this country is poor.
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    inter politics got a reaction from r_wilcockson in El DerbyCo   
    via translator...
    "The EFL cannot be brought up for sale by a private entity. We already own the club, we are already working from that position", specific when questioned about the state of the operation. The procedure has to pass various tests and only the one known as 'loaner test' remains "which is simply a form to be filled out", explains Alonso. "The thing is, the person who has to approve the operation is on vacation until the 12th," confesses the entrepreneur who will have to wait until that day to own the Derby for all purposes.
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