Date:Sunday May 6 2007
I`ve always liked Ian Holloway, a funny manager with talent to boot, however today he`s moved to slam the club despite the fact that we are in severe financial trouble. It appears that both Holloway and Phil Brown are grumpy that we went into administration towards the end of the season.
Despite the fact that our slip into administration completely confirmed their survival in the English Championship, Hull boss Phil Brown was rather critical, and used bad language to boot. If your kids are reading…hide their eyes!
"I think it`s disgraceful. It`s almost tantamount cheating legally, if there`s such a thing.
"We`ve been working our b******* off since Christmas to survive and to pull the plug in terms of what Leeds have done, I feel cheated. We`ve worked so hard and it`s a surreal position."
Plymouth boss Holloway, who`s promotion push fell apart when the team started playing, well crap, doesn`t seem to understand the rules that when you go into administration you lose 10 points, just like we have.
"I don`t like that at all. In fact, it`s terribly, disgustingly wrong. You don`t go writing out debts - it`s tantamount to cheating. You shouldn`t overspend and you should be docked 10 points next season like poor old Rotherham were."
Perhaps Mr Holloway and Mr Brown should concentrate on their own clubs, and we`ll sort out ours eh?
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Date:Sunday May 6 2007
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