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Re: Here's a novel suggestion

Am I right in saying Nepo Tom was responsible for the failed sponsorship of the South Stand by that coffee company? If so, I'd hardly suggest that he's that intelligent!
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 BarclayWazza wrote:
Am I right in saying Nepo Tom was responsible for the failed sponsorship of the South Stand by that coffee company? If so, I'd hardly suggest that he's that intelligent!

No you're not right, that was a wind up.



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 TCCANARY wrote:
 BarclayWazza wrote:
Am I right in saying Nepo Tom was responsible for the failed sponsorship of the South Stand by that coffee company? If so, I'd hardly suggest that he's that intelligent!

No you're not right, that was a wind up.


Well obviously somebody was so as you have been so assertive that it was not him you must know who was TCC ?

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 TIL 1010 wrote:
 TCCANARY wrote:
 BarclayWazza wrote:
Am I right in saying Nepo Tom was responsible for the failed sponsorship of the South Stand by that coffee company? If so, I'd hardly suggest that he's that intelligent!

No you're not right, that was a wind up.


Well obviously somebody was so as you have been so assertive that it was not him you must know who was TCC ?

Try the Commercial Dept.?








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It is only reasonable to expect the commercial dept to announce sponsorships deals as opposed to a Board member but that article does not say who was the driving force behind it. It might not have been Tom Smith but then again it could have been. You do not know for sure one way or the other TCC and neither do i.

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The link between Tom Smith and the Galway Roast deal was definitely a wind up.



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Probably more like stirring considering the sponsor.
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<BLOCKQUOTE><table width="85%"><tr><td class="txt4"><img src="/forums/mobilepinkun/cs/Themes/default/images/icon-quote.gif">&nbsp;<strong>TIL 1010 wrote:</strong></td></tr><tr><td class="quoteTable"><table width="100%"><tr><td width="100%" valign="top" class="txt4"><i>It is only reasonable to expect the commercial dept to announce sponsorships deals as opposed to a Board member but that article does not say who was the driving force behind it. It might not have been Tom Smith but then again it could have been. You do not know for sure one way or the other TCC and neither do i.<br></i></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></BLOCKQUOTE>

I know.
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 Duncan Edwards wrote:
 TIL 1010 wrote:
It is only reasonable to expect the commercial dept to announce sponsorships deals as opposed to a Board member but that article does not say who was the driving force behind it. It might not have been Tom Smith but then again it could have been. You do not know for sure one way or the other TCC and neither do i.
I know.

Perhaps when you retire from the law you no longer have to abide by the 'innocent until proven guilty' maxim. Big Smile [:D]



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Maybe as you were so insistent that it was not him TCC as accused by some people you have evidence to back up his innocence which would be handy in the form of providing a statement before the CPS decide whether to go to court or not based on the evidence available. Stick out tongue [:P]

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I know too.
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So did that bloke who spilled the beans on here. He had inside information. Allegedly.Indifferent [:|]
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 TIL 1010 wrote:
Maybe as you were so insistent that it was not him TCC as accused by some people you have evidence to back up his innocence which would be handy in the form of providing a statement before the CPS decide whether to go to court or not based on the evidence available. Stick out tongue [:P]

Isn't it up to the accuser to provide the evidence first?



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An allegation is made malicious or not and it is investigated to ascertain whether there is sufficient evidence for a prosecution. Obviously during the course of the investigation such evidence to refute the allegation as provided by you would be obtained and put before the CPS.

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 TIL 1010 wrote:
An allegation is made malicious or not and it is investigated to ascertain whether there is sufficient evidence for a prosecution. Obviously during the course of the investigation such evidence to refute the allegation as provided by you would be obtained and put before the CPS.

I'd like to call Duncan Edwards as my first witness.

Insert relevant question here.

Secondly, I call Nutty Nigel.

Do you agree with Duncan?

No further questions. Big Smile [:D]



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