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19 Apr 2019 23:49 #51 by Mullen103
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Bumble wrote:

Mullen103 wrote:

seesaw50 wrote: Has the DSG rep got online access....seems a stupid question but to answer not one query is surely a reason to replace him
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Email only, but that’s questionable, it was so hard explaining its 2019 and there’s various ways to communicate now. The defence of “I’m in the study centre 1.30 - 2.30” isn’t good enough because those people that can’t attend have emailed and had no response.

It’s bad crack not answering questions. I had my reservations on the appointment anyway and sadly proved right. It was rushed through by Cusat, without doing it properly and seeing who else was available - clique mentality.

Barry is knowledgeable in construction so will be helpful there. I’m sorry though to keep saying the last two DSG statements are full of inaccuracies. Barry has my contact details he could of asked me to take a look. Instead it made the club/dsg look silly.

I’ve offered to help, let’s see what happens.


Can you tell me what the inaccuracies were in the last DSG statement please?


Yep, I’ll start with the one in December.

“We have tried to help the ticket office find their way through the new PIP and Universal Credit minefields, regarding disabled and carer tickets, a nightmare for all concerned.”

Not correct, universal credit has nothing to do with it regarding disabled tickets. Shouldn’t of been a minefield as the club and the EFL already have a policy.


“Over the last few months we have tried to plan a raised platform for wheelchair and other disabled supporters in the Pioneer Stand. Unfortunately, because of the nature of the build in the Pioneer Stand, the cost of making such a platform, which complied with the current health and safety regulations, and provided enough space to be worthwhile, has meant a raised area would not be viable. So it is back to the drawing board.”

Not correct, the company that installed the lift at the time mentioned they could install a platform. It was of huge cost though but nothing to do with health and safety.

“We have had offers of help to finance the Radar locks we need, which is great news and we hope to have those fitted in the near future.”

March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

There are the incorrect stuff, the statement below is embarrassing and not something the dsg should release with the club, this is only my opinion though.


“The Radar Keys system allows instant entry if the toilet alarm is activated, which is a valuable safety feature. The Radar system costs £40-50 for each lock. If there are companies or Carlisle United fans who could help our disabled fans with this project please get in touch. We would make sure the lock sponsors would be recognised, please try to help your fellow fans.”

I’m meeting Barry end of April, I’ve a list of issues others and I have had. How does he want them given, as it’s only fair he gets them before the meeting , but emails seem out the question.

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20 Apr 2019 11:39 - 20 Apr 2019 13:04 #52 by Bumble
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Thank you for your reply.

Firstly, a little background. As you know I am on the committee of the DSG and hav been since it’s inception. With my late husband and three grandchildren having a form of muscular dystrophy I felt I had some experience in the field and wanted to help. However after my husband’s death I found the whole subject a bit raw for a while and took a major step back.

Talking to Barry a few months ago he said that at the CUSG meeting the club had asked that the groups make known what they do and are doing and they would publish articles on the site. Barry was very much in favour of getting the word out but was struggling for time to get an update written.

I was happy to help, after talking to Barry and making a few notes I wrote both articles you saw on the OS. I sent them to Barry first to check I hadn’t made any errors, and I tried to keep the articles in a cheerful chatty style, much as you get when you speak to Barry. We both felt making the articles too official and staid wasn’t the way to go. So Barry’s words, but if my writing has made somethings unclear I apologise.

I honestly didn’t see the need to mention I had been involved in writing these articles as, in my eyes, it was simply myself, as a committee member helping out, and helping getting the word out there, but if my wording has led to confusion, again I am sorry, that wasn’t the intention.

So, to get to the actual articles:

Yep, I’ll start with the one in December.
“We have tried to help the ticket office find their way through the new PIP and Universal Credit minefields, regarding disabled and carer tickets, a nightmare for all concerned.”

Not correct, universal credit has nothing to do with it regarding disabled tickets. Shouldn’t of been a minefield as the club and the EFL already have a policy.


The club and EFL do have policies but problems arise when these policies are rigidly applied. The club employees can be labelled jobworths for sticking rigidly to policies when sometimes a little common sense is all that’s needed. However to apply common sense sometimes people need to have a little knowledge (unless you have been there why would you know of such things), so Barry tried to explain what PIPS was, what Universal Credit was (if you had never experienced a disability, PIP or universal credit, how would you know what was relevant and what wasn’t?). I’m sorry if my wording in the original made the statement unclear.

“Over the last few months we have tried to plan a raised platform for wheelchair and other disabled supporters in the Pioneer Stand. Unfortunately, because of the nature of the build in the Pioneer Stand, the cost of making such a platform, which complied with the current health and safety regulations, and provided enough space to be worthwhile, has meant a raised area would not be viable. So it is back to the drawing board.”

Not correct, the company that installed the lift at the time mentioned they could install a platform. It was of huge cost though but nothing to do with health and safety.


Throughout this season there have been some real improvements in the wheelchair areas at Brunton Park. The away supporters now have a covered shelter, and the home end has a new shelter, which can accommodate fans in wheelchairs and with other needs. However it was decided that a raised platform for home supporters, situated in the Pioneer Stand where wheelchair users could sit with family behind, would be a big asset to the club.

I was present, along with a couple of other boarders and Barry when we went to club and took a close look at the options to build. Barry submitted a plan to the club, which had to be passed by Health and Safety before more detailed plans were to be drawn up and then a grant applied for. Unfortunately the plan wasn’t passed by health and safety (for good reasons). You can, of course say it was nothing to do with Health and Safety, but, having been involved in the discussion and submitting the plan and being told by the club that it had to go to Health and Saftey, and then being told that it hadn’t passed, I am content that what I wrote was correct.

“We have had offers of help to finance the Radar locks we need, which is great news and we hope to have those fitted in the near future.”
March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?


Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.

There are the incorrect stuff, the statement below is embarrassing and not something the dsg should release with the club, this is only my opinion though.
“The Radar Keys system allows instant entry if the toilet alarm is activated, which is a valuable safety feature. The Radar system costs £40-50 for each lock. If there are companies or Carlisle United fans who could help our disabled fans with this project please get in touch. We would make sure the lock sponsors would be recognised, please try to help your fellow fans.”


As you say your opinion, which is fair comment providing it’s flagged as opinion and not an incorrect statement. As I think I posted previously sometimes people are willing to help but obviously can’t afford to provide a shelter or something costing hundreds of pounds. My husband used to have one of those keys and they were a godsend. We found it quite surprising and amusing how many of these facilities were sponsored by local firms, so I thought it a decent idea when I first heard it. Each to their own opinion.

I think I read previously that you were not happy with the articles in total, which again, is your prerogative. I do know Barry has had people saying they enjoyed them, again, opinions, everybody has one 

I’m meeting Barry end of April, I’ve a list of issues others and I have had. How does he want them given, as it’s only fair he gets them before the meeting, but emails seem out the question.

I will see Barry at Grimsby on Monday and ask. I know that Barry is not getting some emails bu I’m sure this is not an insurmountable problem and can be sorted.

So “full of inaccuracies” was really a bit of a stretch.

I really hope that you get your issues sorted at the meeting you are going to have with Barry and we can then see the end to what, in my opinion only, is becoming a witch hunt.

Thank you for reading.
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20 Apr 2019 12:02 #53 by CCU
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Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?

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20 Apr 2019 12:11 #54 by Bumble
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CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?


I took it to read that "hopefully in the near future" was written by me in the DSG update, and Mullen felt it was different to the CUSG minutes statement?

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20 Apr 2019 12:35 #55 by Mullen103
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Thanks Bumble for the reply!

I think 1 inaccuracy is bad, as it was biggy, but In hindsight “full off” wasn’t the best term.

Barry has my email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - my public one. Apparently I’m still on the committee but I’ve heard nothing for 8 months!

From the inaccuracy, failure to answer questions and not answering the cusg questions has caused frustrations. I’ve had a few that’s came to me, for whatever reason, I’ve passed into the club and Barry.

I’m more than happy to take an email issue, but I asked people to investigate and was told it was ok, I can then only presume there are being ignored!

Also Barry has attended all the Cusg meetings, he should know the process of question and answer. However he doesn’t come in here - he should in my opinion being dsg leader - and can’t defend himself.

Melbourne summed me up as an antagonistic tit. It’s right I come across like that that’s my personality I can’t change it. It’s not a witch hunt - I understand why it comes across like that - but it isn’t I just like things being right.

We might get on but doesn’t matter. There’s some good brains here with various knowledge put together will help. I’m willing to help, I’ll have to change I’ll admit which we be a challenge v

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20 Apr 2019 12:47 #56 by CCU
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Bumble wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?


I took it to read that "hopefully in the near future" was written by me in the DSG update, and Mullen felt it was different to the CUSG minutes statement?


I’m sure Mullen can confirm!

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20 Apr 2019 12:58 #57 by NORTHERNSOUL
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CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?


I took it to read that "hopefully in the near future" was written by me in the DSG update, and Mullen felt it was different to the CUSG minutes statement?


I’m sure Mullen can confirm!


Why the hell are you all pontificating about RADAR locks

On the board of the club is a man who sells and fits the bloody things. Why the hell you haven't simply twisted his arm so far up his back till they were supplied and fitted I don't know. And he refused and came up with his usual bullshit and crap i.d just go straight to the News and Star and assist with a nice little article all about it.
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20 Apr 2019 12:58 #58 by Mullen103
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CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?


I took it to read that "hopefully in the near future" was written by me in the DSG update, and Mullen felt it was different to the CUSG minutes statement?


I’m sure Mullen can confirm!


I can remember talks about these radar key/locks 2 years ago and still not done. No way DSGs fault 100% club. We have an owner that sells the bloody things ffs.

About 10 years ago I was in a meeting with Andy Hall and others and it was discussed then. Again not Andy halls fault but the clubs.

But simply March’s Cusg statement said it was in progress, dsg statement said hopefully. I’m guessing though this is down to the club when they can do it.

At least we’re not Stockport

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20 Apr 2019 15:12 #59 by DeckchairBlue
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NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?


I took it to read that "hopefully in the near future" was written by me in the DSG update, and Mullen felt it was different to the CUSG minutes statement?


I’m sure Mullen can confirm!


Why the hell are you all pontificating about RADAR locks

On the board of the club is a man who sells and fits the bloody things. Why the hell you haven't simply twisted his arm so far up his back till they were supplied and fitted I don't know. And he refused and came up with his usual bullshit and crap i.d just go straight to the News and Star and assist with a nice little article all about it.


Why haven't you ?

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20 Apr 2019 15:55 #60 by NORTHERNSOUL
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DeckchairBlue wrote:

NORTHERNSOUL wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote:

CCU wrote:

Bumble wrote: March,s cusg statement said it was in progress this says hopefully in the near future. Which is it?

Both: Getting the finance finalised, locks sorted and work actioned is in progress. The job will be finished in the near future. Again my style of writing may have made things confusing but, to me, both statements say that the job is in hand.


Al Woodcock from CUOSC writes up the CUSG notes?


I took it to read that "hopefully in the near future" was written by me in the DSG update, and Mullen felt it was different to the CUSG minutes statement?


I’m sure Mullen can confirm!


Why the hell are you all pontificating about RADAR locks

On the board of the club is a man who sells and fits the bloody things. Why the hell you haven't simply twisted his arm so far up his back till they were supplied and fitted I don't know. And he refused and came up with his usual bullshit and crap i.d just go straight to the News and Star and assist with a nice little article all about it.


Why haven't you ?


Coz I couldn't give a [censored] whether they have them or not

In fact, come to think of it i.m against them completely why should they have a loo at Accy Station when i.m expected to walk all the way to Tesco and use their facilities good job the lads at the station don't mind letting their regular customers use it I did used to have a key from when I had the pubs but god knows what happened to it.

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20 Apr 2019 16:19 #61 by DeckchairBlue
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Right ok.

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21 Apr 2019 11:28 - 21 Apr 2019 19:49 #62 by Alan
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It may be just me but since i brought up the "looks gods waiting room "with regard to out support on the clubs facebook page .
The Lincoln picks have a fresher youthfull look .
Forsy looks the oldest there
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21 Apr 2019 12:19 #63 by thetashkentterror
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Six days after the various groups get asked their opinion on Pressley he gets an extended contract.

Sheer coincidence obviously.......
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21 Apr 2019 12:19 - 21 Apr 2019 12:21 #64 by melbourneblues
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Just screenshot this and sent him this :-)

In reply to Alan.

Mullen is a virgin.
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21 Apr 2019 13:06 #65 by Mullen103
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Summet else to blame on cusat/dsg when it goes wrong ;)

With it being Easter Sunday there maybe hoping for devine intervention on this and a new beginning. It’s all bollocks myself!

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21 Apr 2019 13:56 #66 by CCU
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thetashkentterror wrote: Six days after the various groups get asked their opinion on Pressley he gets an extended contract.

Sheer coincidence obviously.......


Disclaimer: We weren’t at the Meeting!

;)

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29 Apr 2019 11:57 #67 by Mullen103
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I can't believe I missed this beauty from our Scottish supporter.

Scottish supporters – Asked how many season ticket holders would renew? The club said it was not possible to accurately predict.

The minutes this month were hilarious and tinpot. I can't believe how they managed to get them out like that!

Guys(Messageboard reps) you're seriously wasting your time if this is the stuff you have to put up with!

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01 May 2019 09:12 #68 by Mullen103
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Not sure there's many interested on here, but I'll put it on anyway.

I attended the meeting yesterday with Barry, which addressed the issues I had, especially lack of communications and no answers to cusg questions.

To Barry's credit, he did answer them and I think he understood the issues - there were concerning bits though. However, we agreed on the following process and I offered to help.

Barry mentioned he never received the cusg questions, which is baffling, but I took his word. From now on any questions will be sent to a new email address, monitored by the secretary and then distributed to the other committee members.

Barry's email address is going to be removed from the site to be replaced by a general one that's monitored by the secretary and she can forward on as necessary.

The DSG statement is going to be forwarded to all committee members, to put their name too. So its not left to one/two people and can be checked.

I advised Barry, for the time being, to take another member with him to the cusg meetings to help out - especially on comms. They was a volunteer. I offered but only if they was no one else, because i'd get frustrated with the meeting it's best if someone else goes.

Louise - club DLO - email to be more prominent on the site over the dsgs as she should be the main contact for any issues.

I make no apologies for saying it was previously a shambles, but with better comunications/organisation lets see what happens. I was sceptical prior to the meeting whether the group was even needed, but with what Barry was saying, it seems the club are backward on disabiliity issues so I can see a point for it at te minute.

Mr Pat group is going to do the radar doors, so i'll get Barry/myself to chase this up as he's been saying this for ten years. He has the close season now so no excuses.

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01 May 2019 11:19 #69 by CCU
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Cheers for the update Mullen...

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01 May 2019 15:22 #70 by Bumble
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Glad to hear you felt it was a productive meeting and you made headway. Was your meeting before the committee meeting?

Unfortunately I had to work last night so couldn't make the committee meeting but will look forward to reading the minutes when they are published.
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01 May 2019 15:30 #71 by Mullen103
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Bumble wrote: Glad to hear you felt it was a productive meeting and you made headway. Was your meeting before the committee meeting?

Unfortunately I had to work last night so couldn't make the committee meeting but will look forward to reading the minutes when they are published.


It was and then discussed in the comittee meeting.

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01 May 2019 15:51 #72 by Bumble
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Goodo, when I read your first post it came over as though you were discussing what was talked about in the committee meeting but obviously not.

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01 May 2019 16:06 - 01 May 2019 16:07 #73 by Mullen103
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Mullen103 wrote:

Bumble wrote: Glad to hear you felt it was a productive meeting and you made headway. Was your meeting before the committee meeting?

Unfortunately, I had to work last night so couldn't make the committee meeting but will look forward to reading the minutes when they are published.


It was and then discussed in the committee meeting.


I'll just add that I thought Barry took the criticisms well and advice solutions - unlike others which I won't mention - and was happy to meet go through it.

As odd as it may seem to some, and I've said it before, I like Barry. I don't need anyone to tell me I'm fiery/antagonistic etc cause I already know I am, but it doesn't matter who it is if I think somethings shit I'll say its shit. Yes, it pisses people off and winds people up but it's so bloody frustrating when you/others can do a better job and it's not accepted - not something Barry's done I must add.

I must be mad but I'm going to have to go now next season since I've comitted myself to helping the dsg - as others have pointed out it seems odd to help when you don't go/however for some reason people came to me to help - so people are willing to put seletape across my mouth so that i dont twine and stopping coming on here after the match calling everyone shit when we don't win.

Off topic but As Bruntonpete mentioned there's been people willing to help the club over the years - they got refused or blanked - may be worth the club going to them/asking again as it seems they are listening to a little.

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01 May 2019 16:24 - 01 May 2019 16:33 #74 by franksidebottom
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Just noticed the reply to my questions about the Peter Beardsley night, totally forgot about it tbh. Can’t say I’m satisfied with the club trying to swerve all responsibility.

Who made the decision to withdraw the attendance of CUFC officials from the night?

The individuals who were invited to attend made their own choice.

Do you think it was appropriate for the club to take the moral high ground when one of the people you withdrew is facing a more serious charge than Beardsley is?

Your presumption about the decision being made by the club is incorrect, so the question has no answer.

Are the club happy with the way they have treated one of its greatest ever players?

It was not a club event and the club didn’t ‘treat’ Peter in any way. We are delighted the event was a success.

Given that this was the press release from the club at the time it appears quite evident that the club did in fact make the decision.

"However, in light of today's developments, we agreed with Peter it was appropriate that our manager, assistant manager and director of football would no longer take part in the evening”.

Just because it wasn’t a club event it didn’t mean that they didn’t treat Beardsley shabbily by deeming it appropriate that the club officials should no longer take part due the (so far unproven) charges brought against him. Innocent until proven guilty???

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01 May 2019 17:06 #75 by Bumble
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Again, glad you got things sorted.

Good luck with moving things forward and I hope going to the football matches proves to be not too big an ordeal for you.
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