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Saturday, June 04, 2005

Further Announcement.

n response to the statement by Chelsea Ltd, parent company of Chelsea Football Club, the club wishes to clarify the following points.


Chelsea Ltd's letter asking permission to approach Frank Arnesen sent to the club on the 21st May was copied to Frank Arnesen. By definition, Frank was therefore approached prior to the club having had any chance to refuse permission.


A further call was made to the club by Chelsea on the 23rd May when again permission to approach Frank was refused and this was confirmed in writing to them at the time. No other discussions were held with Chelsea until Friday 3rd June when, at the Premier League Chairman's meeting, the Chairman and Club Secretary met with the Chief Executive and Chairman of Chelsea. At that meeting our Chairman made clear his disappointment both at the approach and nature of the approach and made clear his intentions to seek substantial damages.


The rule which has been breached is rule U10 which cites 'no club shall directly or indirectly induce or intend to induce any employee of another club to terminate a contract of employment with that other club (whether or not by breach of that contract) or directly or indirectly approach any such employee with a view to offering employment without the consent of that other club'.


Clearly Chelsea have been upto no good knowing that Arnesen would be interested because, I expect, of the mega wages they could offer and so they copied the original letter to him as well as to Daniel Levy. Disgraceful. Spurs, with any luck, will report this matter to the FA on Monday and lets hope they have the balls to throw the book, the kitchen sink and everything else at them!

COYS!

11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

who needs a winker like him hes better off the other load of bigger winkers the fa probably wont do anything because abramovich is probably paying them too

8:30 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If he wants to go let him - honour amongst thieves but not between clubs

8:33 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Blogger PETER CHADWICK said...

It was obvious from Chelsea's official response that it had not received permission otherwise it would have said so. Spurs must make a complaint irrespective of seeking mega damages.It is now or never to have the Chelsea machine derailed - can Putin assist?

8:35 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

chelsea thnk they can just run roughshod over anyone because they have money,but the fa should suspend them from any transfer dealings in the future until this is sorted. They are dragging football into the gutter.

8:36 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its about time clubs were in a position to secure a persons services for the duration of a contract! Not have it bought out whenever someone takes a fancy?
These are not contracts at all - they are merely promisory notes given by GREEDY unethical individuals who really only care about themselves! GREED GREED GREED!

8:37 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

just when you think we're on the up as per usual something always f**ks us . If he has no intention of honoring his contract sue him for breach and let him rot on gardening leave. Its a disgrace, who runs this league the FA or the russian mafia?

8:43 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

zzzzzzzzzzz

8:59 PM, June 04, 2005

 
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9:22 PM, June 04, 2005

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glenn Hoddle ! = Relevant ! :-)

9:33 PM, June 04, 2005

 

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