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2011-10-03 Thread Marcus Chantry
I am not permitted to comment on Mick's capabilities as a Premier League manager. However it's safe to say that we are likely to struggle again this season with largely the same squad. From: Morris, Lee SGT [mailto:lee.mor...@defence.gov.au] Sent: Monday, October 03, 2011 08:22 AM To:

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2011-10-03 Thread Paul Crowe
Definite penalty and the ball Jarvis headed back across goal for Doyle to score did not look out to me. Paul Crowe Sales Manager - Asia Pacific ConTech (Sydney Office) PO Box 3517 Rhodes Waterside Rhodes NSW 2138 Tel: 02 97396636 Fax: 02 97396542 Mob: 0406009562 Email:

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2011-10-03 Thread Morris, Lee SGT
UNCLASSIFIED Maybe the believers are starting not to believe. So The Mad Mick Out campaign re commences. It may not even be Macarthy's fault that we didn't strengthen further, if thats the case, it would be nice to know who makes these brilliant decisions. IMPORTANT: This email remains

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2011-10-03 Thread Steven Millward
I see we are back to we should have bought more quality players. I'm still waiting for someone to say where the money should be coming from. It's been nearly six months now and nobody has explained it to me. -- Forwarded message -- From: Steven Millward millward@gmail.com

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2011-10-03 Thread Morris, Lee SGT
UNCLASSIFIED Have we ever stopped saying that? I think it was pointed out after we struggled to beat Blackburn. If they can spend money on stadium improvemnets that aren't required, they should be able to find money for players that are obvioulsy required. IMPORTANT: This email remains the

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2011-10-03 Thread mark worrall
I can't understand spending £40m redeveloping the ground and only adding around an extra 8,000 seats ?? The 4th phase, which would add another 14,000 seats, isn't included in the £40m. On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 9:57 AM, Morris, Lee SGT lee.mor...@defence.gov.auwrote: ** *UNCLASSIFIED* Have we

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2011-10-03 Thread Marcus Chantry
Why don't you go and ask steve morgan where the money is coming from. As chairman he should understand the financial requirements of building a competitive premier league side. From: Steven Millward [mailto:millward@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 10:04 AM To: nswolves

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2011-10-03 Thread Marcus Chantry
Its because morgan personally makes a lot more from the other wolves business deals such as the new housing estates etc. He's in it to make money not with the sole objective of making wolves successful again. From: mark worrall [mailto:markworr...@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011

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2011-10-03 Thread Morris, Lee SGT
UNCLASSIFIED Why don't we sit somewhere in the middle then? A little less on the stadium and more on players. Is this more about Morgan's long term business plan or Wolves on field success? Personally I think its a very dangerous game that we are playing, hardly strengthening a team that barely

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2011-10-03 Thread Paul Crowe
Hello Marcus, Not sure this Housing estate deal has been given the go ahead yet? If it is then the Academy will benefit as well with new facilities, so I heard, all good in my opinion. Maybe the money Morgan makes from this project will help finance the Stadium expansion, who knows? 3 – 2