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[quote user="The Walking Man "]Doubt it, but we''ll see when the accounts get published.[/quote]

If you can lift them

McNally is passing them down to the scribes on tablets of stone this year!

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[quote user="The Butler"]

[quote user="The Walking Man "]Doubt it, but we''ll see when the accounts get published.[/quote]

If you can lift them

McNally is passing them down to the scribes on tablets of stone this year!

[/quote]Hence the joke..McNally is a very sick man,  he must be, have you seen the size of his tablets?

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McNally should have sent him on his way with a clip round the ear before he got the police in to arrest him for impersonating a football manager.[:)]

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Gunn, or as I prefer, Mr Leechy, would have made sure of a big payout, it was his style, Gawd, he''s lived well off our club for years, the bloated********

[img]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_Zlc12g6TJYI/SvbLvIXapxI/AAAAAAAABFE/uUY0de-6wnY/s320/pig-at-trough.jpg[/img]

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He''s lived well off our club for years, what and thats a bad thing. Its called loyalty!! Great player for the club also a fantastic ambassador for the club with his coaching and behind the scene role''s.You two delinquent tits clearly have no loyalty or understanding of the word Legend.Yes every Norwich fan knows that he was a poor manager. Still a legend!!!

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He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

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He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

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He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

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He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

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[quote user="Larry David"]

He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

[/quote]I think they just rebooted the Matrix.

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[quote user="Larry David"]

He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

[/quote]

You''ve hit the nail on the head Larry.

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[quote user="Good Touch For A Big Man"][quote user="Larry David"]

He was only on a years contract and a £2m payoff would indicate a £38k a week deal, making him one of the highest paid managers in the country and he''d never need to work again. Instead, he is doing a sales job at a phone company..

Still, if a family friend told you it must be true. [:$]

[/quote]

You''ve hit the nail on the head Larry.

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Several times.

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[quote user="grantroederdisaster"]The annual report says that Gunns and Butterworths pay offs came to a total of £100,000. Who got what out of the the two of them I''m not sure?[/quote]Butterworth got the whole £100,000 Gunn was given a cheque for £2m but the club forgot to sign it.

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