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Not rocket science is it?
"He doesn't want damages, only a public apology..."
Therefore offer an apology - that cost a penny.
Then shake hands and everyone agree to move on.
Anyone care to bet how long we wait for Thomas to want recompense as "his reputation and credibility have been unfairly knocked by the Blackett findings"??!??!?
Posted 13:41 25th April 2012
The embarassment that is the RFU rumbles on in the background...an utter dinosaur of corporate BS, One part of the RFU sueing another part of the RFU for a formal apology relating to a report on a previous report !!!
I fear every england team will be at risk from these fools....clear them all out and replace them with straight talking northerners, kiwis and aussies !! these fat cat suits are too busy fighting to manage anything.
Posted 12:19 25th April 2012
Good grief! I can't believe that the RFU is still stirring the sh!t in it's own pot!
We're already the laughing stock of world rugby. I know the Saffas gave us a run for our money by adding teams to the Super Rugby competition farce, but they didn't really get close.
What a shower!
Posted 11:01 25th April 2012
I'm sure everyone did their best during the old regime. But it's time the old regime was totally moved on with a new structure and management team in place. Give Martyn Thomas an apology as long as there's no legal liability and move on. Although many areas didn't seem to work under the Thomas leadership many did,and he does deserve respect for having held the positions he did.
Posted 10:45 25th April 2012