Another Writ on the Cards?

Posted by on Aug 19, 2009 in Uncategorized | No Comments

There has been a new twist in the Freddiegate scandal. As Crystal Palace responded to the their defeat at Ashton Gate like a hellfire preacher on heat — one can imagine the howling in the dressing room at Portman Road as Neil Warnock out-Keane-ed Keano — it emerges that the South London side may still owe their hosts from Saturday a fair chunk of money for the transfer of Nick Carle last season. Robins’ chairman Steve Lansdown claims that the blond bombshell Simon Jordan still owes him £250,000. Two injustices don’t make for equilibrium but as a neutral, I eagerly await the possible legal fall-out — who can forget that writ served by Jordan to Iain Dowie back in 2007?

Rob Langham
Rob Langham is co-founder of the defiantly non-partisan football league blog, The Two Unfortunates, a website that occasionally strays into covering issues of wider importance. He's 50 and lives in Oxford while retaining his boyhood support of Reading FC. He tweets as @twounfortunates and has written for a number of websites and publications including The Inside Left, When Saturday Comes, In Bed with Maradona, Futbolgrad and The Blizzard as well as being nominated for the Football Supporters' Federation Blogger of the Year Award in 2013.

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