Date: 16th December 2008 at 5:07pm
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I love the technical language used whenever a legal matter has been resolved.

I`m sure it`s designed to baffle the common man.

Well it transpires that when Posh were accused of a dodgy approach for an Ebbsfleet player, Kwesi Appiah there was a distinct lack of proof.

They tried to nail us under a breach of rule C2(a), a rule that relates to approaching a player who does not have a written contract.

Apparently, after studying verbal and written submissions, all they could do was declare us, in common man terms – not guilty so not even a slap on the wrist.

That`s how we like it isn`t it!

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