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Legal Action Dropped

Legal Action Dropped

Former Owls chairman Dave Allen and Ian Jenkins, one of the 'Owlstalk Four', have resolved their differences.

Following an apology from Jenkins, one of the Owlstalk forum users identified following a Court Order against the web site's operator, Allen has agreed not to take any further action.

A joint statement on the SWFC official web site details the apology - 'I accept that elements of the statement I made on the Owlstalk website were without foundation and deeply offensive. I unreservedly withdraw those suggestions made in the statement and apologise to the Club's former Chairman, Mr Allen, for any distress, embarrassment or inconvenience that these allegations caused him.' - and the legal action is now dropped.

Positive news: let's hope the remaining cases can be settled in the same sensible manner.

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Writer:Auckland Owl
Date:Wednesday January 9 2008
Time: 7:30PM

Comments

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Thank god for that, news of the remaining cases being resolved won't be far away hopefully.
NicNac
09/01/2008 19:34:00
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some good news at last but theres surely bad news around the corner there always is
mick66owl
09/01/2008 19:43:00
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At last some common sense has been used, now can the others be dropped aswell and get this club heading in the right direction!!
will it ever happen
09/01/2008 20:41:00
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hope your right lee. just leaves you wondering why rest of board havent come out and say the same as allen
mick66owl
09/01/2008 20:47:00
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3 more to go an we can be done with all this nonsense
McQuaid-Owls
09/01/2008 21:11:00
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3 more plus a separate action against Nigel Short. Get well soon Nigel. Let's hope this is over for everyone VERY soon.
NicNac
09/01/2008 21:20:00
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you just know it wont though
mick66owl
09/01/2008 21:35:00
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I think every Wednesday fan hopes it stops ASAP. Let's hope the board do have Wednesday's best interests at heart.
NicNac
09/01/2008 22:21:00
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YOUR TOO GULLABLE NIC
mick66owl
09/01/2008 22:23:00
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What ever happened to this FOOTBALL club? I remember when I was a kid going to my first game back in the early 80's and being mesmerised by these 11 players on the pitch and idolising every one of them. At the minute I just feel really digected with all the potitics and off the pitch goings on. It seems that we sometimes forget that this is just a game and with all the negative thoughts that get thrown in the fans faces day in day out.... well is it worth it? All I can hope is that when I have kids and I decide to take them to their first game, that it's a Wednesday match I go to and not some other team having lost all faith in my boyhood club.
Owlsmad
09/01/2008 23:43:00
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