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Rushcliffe Rovers new owners have now sacked FD John Pelling, Ops Man. Brandon Furse, Media Man. Fraser Hinds
and Academy Dir Nick Marshall.

 

Between then they have 58yrs combined service to club.

 

What the hell is going on over there? I didn't think you could just sack people like that in this day and age, don't they need grounds to get rid of them, don't they have to go through procedures, verbal warnings, written warnings, etc. etc.,

 

I would imagine that the morale in the the club is at absolutely rock bottom at the moment.

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It's alarming the rate things are going, I can't make sense of it.

These people are apart of the club and the owners need to reflect on the damage they could be causing, I'm sure there's going to backlashes at some point and I would hate for a situation like we've seen in previous years at Newcastle, Blackburn etc.

Writing their own headlines? Possibly harsh but their fans can't talk about us dismissing people now. :)

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Maybe the owners now realise they won't get promoted so are trying to come in line with the financial fair play regs

Liking the logic there 2piesonmyshirt! I dont really know much about your arch rivals but there's enough being mentioned to write a new book.

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no, i think the chairman thinks hes alan sugar. problem is what happens when its only him and his family? guess this could be another thought.

bring in his family! sounds a good idea to me.

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Are they now going to sack the turnstyle operaters,programme sellers, ground staff,caterers etc.Seriously though, wonder how the genuine, true florist fans feel.


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Are they now going to sack the turnstyle operaters,programme sellers, ground staff,caterers etc.Seriously though, wonder how the genuine, true florist fans feel.

I spoke to one earlier he told me he was looking for the nearest shop that was still open, so he could purchase some rope. :o

In all serious I don't think many of their genuine fans can pass this off, it's concerning and detrimental to the club. I think sooner or later the football league need to take responsibility about the types of foreign based owners which come over and purchase our clubs. It's got to be said that some of the UK teams don't know how lucky they're to have certain owners. I can name two teams who give stick to their chairman's but I won't name one.

Wouldn't find my opening lines to be funny, it's not a joke and it was actually mentioned to me. I feel for the real die hard fans of Forest but I don't to be honest for the club itself :(

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