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We pursued the debt and to cut a long story short, we have gained judgement for the debt and, to date, £63,000 in costs. Weston hasn't paid over the money; instead he has admitted in court that he has spent it elsewhere. We are now suing him for fraud and conspiracy to defraud, together. There is now an application in the Jersey Court to have the case switched to England. Why? Weston is a Jersey resident, Admatch is a Jersey company. The alleged theft was committed in Jersey, and the presuming missing money is in Jersey. If Jersey is to be accepted as one of the world's international offshore financial centres, surely they should be capable of supervising the administration of their commercial affairs. We await the outcome of the hearing with interest. However, whatever the outcome of the application, we intend to pursue our claim to the end. Watch this space! Which brings me nicely on to the subject of the unfortunately named David Conn of the Guardian. When the Jersey proceedings commenced some years ago, Mr Conn showed great interest in this matter. However, since Leeds United has won judicial decision after decision, he has been strangely silent. Instead he has switched his attention to the question of Leeds ownership which is now a dead duck. I am not impressed with Mr Conn's antics. I wonder if his family motto is, "I've made up my mind, don't confuse me with facts". SSC North and David Conn are an interesting combination. What is the TV version of yesterday's chip paper? Remember, if you want the facts, Yorkshire Radio, LUTV, the Leeds United website www.leedsunited. com and this programme are your best options to keep up to date with what's going on. If you prefer independent coverage, subject to editorial space availability, then you can read the Mail, the Express, SUn, Star, Independent, Times and the Sunday eqLivalents. For TV, try Sky Sports News.
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MEMBERS CHRISTMAS PARTY
Mrs Patricia Ashton, who has been a fan for 55 years and a Season Ticket Holder for 40 years, was injured in an accident on her way to the Palace game and her car was a write-oft. When the paramedics came, she actually asked them it they could drop her at Eiland Road, but they insisted she was taken to hospital instead. She is now at home recovering and is desperate m get back to Eiland Road. We wish her a speedy recr:JVefY and hopefully, Patricia will be my special ~est at a future game when she's feeling better.
F.nafy, to the fans who are in the East Stand Upper Ts: Welcome back! And I hope you enjoy the Y-nproved seating, facilities and wider concourse. We 7c";e defiberately sacrificed some seats to provide "'1IDre comfort because we believe in looking after t.'1e ~ fans rather than cram in the casuals. ir'"espective of the result, have a great evening.