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Thursday, 26 January 2012

The Man Who Will Save Spurs Season

My name is 'Arry; I'm a cockney, but I'm still 'Not Guilty'


The Greg Meyer Column
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Greg's at home this week with legal matters, laying the Law down and highlighting 'Special Ones' from legal eagles to football managers  from here to Madrid. Jose will be as furious after last night's 'El Classico' as were were on Sunday. But as Greg suggests time to move on. You make more progress looking forward than looking back.  All eyes on Harry then battling it out in court, and one eye on Watford, and the other on Wigan for a quick return to winning ways for all parties concerned. Especially the party of the first part, Harry Redknap.
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Thursday 26 January 2011 ... A Special Birthday.

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Spurs Season Saviour.
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 Steven Gerrard, Craig Bellamy, Wayne Rooney would all be welcome to join the mighty Spurs to rescue a recent rocky week. A controversial loss to Manchester City and a Manager under siege need more than the best efforts of Assistant Manager Kevin Bond. James Bond is not available but the legal equivalent is.


The eminent Queens Counsel who rescued Steven Gerrard in that famous assault case, and who was involved in the other matters listed, amongst many other famous cases is currently battling the vast resources of HMRC on behalf of our own Henry Charles Redknapp.


Introducing a legal player described as a "Super Silk" ...


                  one John Kelsey-Fry QC ..

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                                                                                     described as a court room wizard his legendary skills sit easily with the bevy of super stars both on and off the field that he has represented.


Apparently his week's work in having Steven Gerrard acquitted was worth 250,000 pounds. Carlos Tevez eat your heart out. Perhaps if Mr. Fry had been on the case for Carlos then the alleged 9.6 million pounds wages and bonuses he has lost recently might still be sitting in his Argentinian HSBC account. It probably not too late Carlos. Mind the queue for our man's services is somewhat akin to that line up for Spurs Seasons Tickets.


Whilst on the subject of renumeration our pub cannot but chuckle at the inherent irony in Harry's case. Allegedly its about non payment of tax amounting on various reports to approximately 30,000 pounds. Place that alongside our QC's bill and perhaps the protestations of the defendant start to gather some credibility. Still not even reached half time at the Southwark County Court and many a twist and turn yet.


For now our pub reckon the man who got Kieron Fallon off, the man who represents the Sharons, Stone and Osbourne, and as well a certain Roman Polanski comes well credentialled.


Among the plethora of recommendations on his Cloth Fair Chambers website perhaps the most telling is the following ...
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                           " hard to get, but once you do, you have a huge head start."
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Our pub verdict is, not the sort of baggage you need in your 64th year when you are enjoying your first tilt at the top table, but seems as though Harry has the best and so have Spurs. Good Luck Henry Charles from all ...

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At A Kent Pub.

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Even John Kelsey-Fry's skills would not have accounted for the curse of Howard Webb last sunday. Little Scotty's head has recovered, Super Mario ( Super ..... ) has been belatedly dealt with, so what. A great performance by the lilywhites should have meant at least a draw and a bigger foothold in the title race.


Results elsewhere in London went our way. Our lawyer reckons a morale boosting extension of our Cup run followed by a sound victory over Wigan on Tuesday restores collective spirits all round.


Just suppose our legal Saviour cannot save our football Saviour (two points from and all that) then who moves into the dugout next.


Without stirring a hornet's nest, that's on friday night at Watford, guess who has a special birthday today. A man continually suggesting he wants to return to the Premier.


Yep, Jose Mourinho, self proclaimed Special One turns 49 today.
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Cheers ....remember the name ... John Kelsey-Fry ... superstar ...   Greg Meyer       coys.
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Video spot. 
I'll spare you highlights of the City game, they are probably etched in your minds forever. 
So here's a famous lawyer and client scene from Dickens 'Tale of Two Cities',  not London and Manchester in this case. Don't get obsessive. 
Darney is no Cockney  and Carlton the lawyer played by Ronald Coleman is hopefully not John Kelsey-Fry. 
Good luck H.



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jose: the man who hates Abramovitch, dislikes A*senal, loves london but dislikes(extremely) northern England and now has enough money to want a real challenge to show his true qualities: a sleeping elephant who for once, shows signs of actually waking up and in good condition.

Any clues?

Anonymous said...

you want him ??

baggyshorts said...

I wouldn't worry too much as word around the court campfire has it that "Arry" will be ordered to serve community service for the needy in N London. Does this mean that he will be spending his time at the Emirates?
Regards Baggyshorts

Anonymous said...

Baggy
how could I not resist a reply.With a moniker like that.

thanks for your input. Yes very topical given the aftermath of the riots.

perhaps he could assist in the looming clean out of an allegedly departing French manager. A Spanish summer if you believe the tabloids. Who doesn't.

Greg.

baggyshorts said...

Greg, don't think that will happen as Emirate board members have already praised Whinger's Fagin like prudence, then again we have Levy watching every sixpence, hey ho.
Regards Baggyshorts

Anonymous said...

Henry James Redknapp, not to be picky

Anonymous said...

Der Kyser Klingsman would welcome a new dive at our brand new World class training complex. The bigget worry to our season is not Harry getting jailed but teams doing what Watford did in our nervy 1-0 win 12 shots on target a team who are hovering above the drop. This should send a warning to my fellow fans something is in the water Bottles thrown on at every break in play. I forecast Liverpool would steam roller City who had put a lot of effort into beating us. This effort wont be discussed in the Pub for fear of ending up in court but trust me its Footballs hidden shame and gaining new members every week with death defying work rate. I first came across this illegal boosting of teams work rate and it staggered me and this is why i new Bellamy would go too Liverpool and star for them in his all action display, we will be Lucky if we get any points from Liverpool and we will have to work hard against Wigan. The second half is when this energy and shocks will happen more often has teams fight for every point we have too be ready for this work rate and the more fans question this the more players will stop cheating. I reported a team four seasons ago and it was covered up by the Fa because the boss at the time was a supporter of the team the FA boss got sacked and there next season was a flop. So enjoy our season but be wary of this induced energy because its ruined my football and i cant watch Spurs matches live and after Wigan we face the team who started my nightmare our great season could be ruined by this if we don't wise up and judging by the Watford game we have not. I must stress this is not done by Manager but secretly by conditioners and medical staff this was what i found out and this is why some players don't play well when when they move to another club who don't have this secret energy. You may not believe me but if Spurs where a team who using this form of cheating then i would not have too mention this in my blog there is tell tale signs you can see and we don't defend or attack like these teams i no are cheating. The FA and UKAD have lost the battle and Kolo Toure was not alone Wolf i no 100 percent.

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