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Sanchez wants what doesn't deserve

Sanchez wants what doesn't deserve

Reports this morning are suggesting Sanchez is heading for a legal battle with Fulham after failing to receive a penny in compensation since his pre-Christmas sacking.

Mohamed Al Fayed is believed to be reluctant to pay off Sanchez after his former manager spent £26million last summer but landed his team in the relegation zone.

Sanchez had signed an 'indefinite rolling contract' after being named permanent manager in May and believes he is entitled to a significant six figure pay-off.

It is believed Sanchez's former assistant Terry Gibson has reached a settlement.

A Fulham spokesperson said: 'Our lawyers are in contact with Lawrie Sanchez's lawyers. Negotiations are on-going.'

How about we give him Baird? Where is our compensation then Lawrie?

Writer:orange_emu
Date:Monday February 11 2008
Time: 11:11AM

Comments

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Did Beasant get any compo does anyone know?
merlin
11/02/2008 17:15:00
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he was the only one who did deserve any
oranje_emu
11/02/2008 18:37:00
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I know that Al-Fayed took the mick by suing Tigana, that was out of order in my opinion but Sanchez.... it makes me angry just to type his name... he should be grateful he's not strung up from the rafters of the Stevenage Rd stand for what he's done. He deserves nothing!
donfulham
11/02/2008 20:07:00
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well said donfulham!
oranje_emu
11/02/2008 21:06:00
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So if i got a job for a big business then threw it down the s##ter could i get a big paycheck?
Backslash2010
11/02/2008 21:44:00
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