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Manchester City Muddle Along Without Poor Garry Cook’s iPad And Pretty Rich Nedum Onuoha

SO. It turns out that Manchester City can survive without Garry Cook, who resigned as chief executive Garry Cook following an email sent from this online address that most of the pundits agree mocked Nedum Onuoha’s mother Dr Anthonia’s cancer.

City write:

“[We] can confirm that there is foundation to Dr Onuoha’s allegations and the chairman has written to apologise to Dr Onuoha for any distress caused.”

Cook, who has maintained that the email was sent by a rogue employee at City, tells the fans:

“I am privileged to have held my position at [City] and to have experienced the opportunities that it has presented.  The privilege is in part offset however by the significant personal focus which has at times, detracted from the magnificent achievements of those working at the football club. It is that factor, together with my error of judgement in this matter that has prompted me to reach this decision, which I believe is in the best interests of the football club.”

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Posted: 11th, September 2011 | In: Sports | Comment (1)


Ian Wright On Garry Cook And ‘Shambolic’ Manchester City Is The Most Stupid Thing You Will Read This Year

IAN Wright wades into the self-awareness and guile of a Glastonbury camper with diarrhea heading to the portaloo. His article for The Sun is so appalling, so lacking in nous, insight and sensible thought you wonder for his sanity – and that of the paper than continues to employ him. He writes:

I FELT extremely disappointed when I read the story in yesterday’s Sun about the e-mail sent to Nedum Onuoha’s mum from Manchester City. How can anyone possibly think it’s acceptable to joke about someone suffering from cancer?…

Now City have to investigate this disgusting behaviour by a member of their staff and sack whoever wrote that e-mail.

Have to. Wright has spoken. They. Have. To.

They can’t sweep this one under the carpet. Nor can the FA and the Premier League.

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Posted: 6th, September 2011 | In: Key Posts, Sports | Comments (29)