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Margaret Byrne Resigns
#1
The Mackem Chief Exec has resigned and admitted she made a mistake letting pervo-man play on......

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2016...wing-adam/

It can't stop here.

The FA need to step in and investigate then deduct points from the unwashed.

10 points deduction oughta do it - maybe 15 just to be on the safe side.

MEMO TO CHARNLEY - there's a job going just down the road, should suit you down to the ground, and take that knacker of a scout with you

:bart:
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#2
All very cozy that isn't it.

Club play paedo and gain necessary points to remain in the premiership.
Byrne "quits" her 700 grand a year job and retires to her mansion on the Cote de Pennywell
Club then free to resume playing thus collecting £200 million tv paydeal for next season.
Would anyone else assume that there will be some very large brown envelopes making their way to the Pennywell area come August?

We should sack Charnley and employ her.
Guaranteed to keep the club out of the shit for a start.
"We are not a stepping stone, we are Newcastle United. Every player should be honoured to wear the shirt of this club" Rafa Benitez.
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#3
so she let adam nonceson play on for the club
DONT RENEW SEASON TICKETS ,DONT BUY SHIRTS ,DONT GO TO SPORTS DIRECT ,DONT GIVE THIS MAN ANY MORE MONEY .
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#4
she's been sacrificed as a damage limitation exercise by the club.. regardless of what we think about him and the club playing him he wasn't convicted... if they had sacked him or refused to play him and he was found innocent he coulda sued them so playing him and in the process picking up points makes sense from a club perspective.. now he's been found guilty and the club have to make a show of responsibility for that period... they have.

However it was allardyce that played him he shoulda gone too....
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#5
In a case like this when allegations of grooming and paedophilia are made it is perfectly normal for an employee to be suspended until the case is resolved one way or the other whilst on full pay. In this case a football club is responsible to make sure that Johnson wasn't in a situation where he was meeting young fans at the ground or training facilities etc.

The club didn't follow the normal procedure and should be held accountable for playing Johnson for their own gain and not giving a toss about the safety of their young fans....the police would've advised the club on this.

Also..... Johnson actually admitted to the police when he was arrested that he had carried out the 4 charges that he faced but later changed his plea....he should've been suspended (not sacked) until after his trial.
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(09-03-2016, 02:38 AM)Boydie Wrote: In a case like this when allegations of grooming and paedophilia are made it is perfectly normal for an employee to be suspended until the case is resolved one way or the other whilst on full pay. In this case a football club is responsible to make sure that Johnson wasn't in a situation where he was meeting young fans at the ground or training facilities etc.

The club didn't follow the normal procedure and should be held accountable for playing Johnson for their own gain and not giving a toss about the safety of their young fans....the police would've advised the club on this.

This is pretty much what I would have expected our club to do in similar circumstances.
Suspended on full pay is pretty much standing by him till proven guilty/not guilty.
Full pay is hardly a punishment, whilst protecting the interests of the club.
A win win for everybody really, unless of course you then struggle for points at the bottom of the league. Hmmmmmmmm.
"We are not a stepping stone, we are Newcastle United. Every player should be honoured to wear the shirt of this club" Rafa Benitez.
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