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Toon Backlash Over Bond Sacking?

Toon Backlash Over Bond Sacking?

A press report this morning suggests Kevin Bond will be sacked as Newcastle assistant manager in the wake of Panorama's bung allegations, according to reports.

The Daily Mirror claims that Bond's fate is sealed, and that it is merely a matter of time until Newcatle's lawyers 'sort out the small print' and his short spell as Glenn Roeder's assistant comes to an end.

Bond was filmed by Panorama talking to an undercover BBC reporter, and has been placed on gardening leave by Newcastle for the last three games.

But he is not taking the matter lightly and is still planning on taking legal action aganst the BBC.

Which could have serious implications on Newcastle United if he wins his case. And he will almost certainly be looking for a case of unfair dismisal against the club.




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Date:Monday September 25 2006
Time: 12:03PM

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all this is annoying now, it will still go on anyway
green giant 12
25/09/2006 17:52:00
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On the one hand if he's guilty he should go - goodness knows we've had enough bad press at United for our own shortcomings without picking up Portsmouth's! However United perhaps should wait a while - in this country we are innocent unles guilt is proven......
UTD111
25/09/2006 18:03:00
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