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    11 June, 2005

    City: Ridsdale shows who's boss

    Further to my post below that Michael Isaac might be leaving the City board, Peter Ridsdale has told the Echo
    (1) that Isaac hasn't put any money into the club since last summer (2) he sometimes could not get hold of him to give him information (3) Isaac did know about David Jones joining and (4) that City will build the stadium.

    Isaac has now apparently been removed from his post as Vice-Chairman.

    I don't remember what Isaac was Vice-Chairman of, in fact. If he was Vice-Chairman of the Club then the Holding Company can of course remove him as club Vice-Chairman. Sam is the majority shareholder in the Holding Company anyway so he has pretty clear powers there as well. I'll check the accounts over the weekend.

    These boardroom disputes do not build confidence. But on the other hand I'd rather see a sense of clear purpose, so for the moment, it's wait and see.

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