Two weeks today...... let the show commence

Martonmosser

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Well bearing in mind he got the boot at a time when the Family were still in charge (albeit clinging on by their fingertips) I’m hoping he’s going to fill in the background about the family fall out and serve up some juicy tidbits on his dad.
I believe it’s not only the local press that are on standby Mex....... I’m sure the clown will try and throw someone close to him under the bus 👍🏼
 

SeasideTerrier

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I was "in Court" last week trying to fight my Dad's Will. It was done by Teams.
I wish I had called CurryMan as a witness tbh. Bleach51 might have been problematic
 

Mexboroseasider

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Is it really anything to do with Dad???
See my post #80.

From memory Karl was removed and replaced by Natalie whilst Owen was still in charge, in which case that’s arguably when the alleged unfair dismissal arose.

The relationship and dealings between father and son at that time would be very pertinent I’d have thought.
 

Insider

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Pertinent of course but the claim is still against BFC Ltd. Can't see why Owen would want to help the football club he has supported since he was 2 years old out a hole.
 

Insider

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The Court has just told me:
"The case has now been settled between the Claimant and Respondent"
Make of that what you will.
 

TwelveAngryMen

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See my post #80.

From memory Karl was removed and replaced by Natalie whilst Owen was still in charge, in which case that’s arguably when the alleged unfair dismissal arose.

The relationship and dealings between father and son at that time would be very pertinent I’d have thought.
He was suspended by Owen not dismissed

BFC issued a statement confirming the actual dismissal in or around Sept last year
 

bfcpete

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This claim was lodged by KO before the new ownership took over. Whether it had any merits or not, Sadler's team should have taken account of it as a potential liabilty when valuing the club for purchase. Most employment claims are settled before the tribunal. Even if the claimant's case is weak, they is always some chance they will succeed and it is often cheaper to pay some nuisance money than incur the full legal and other costs of the tribunal. There may have also been ofsetting of any claim against outstanding loan owed, as well.
It gives the opportunity to move on. Just wish they were also completely out of the stadium as well
 
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