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“It’s about responsibility,” said Ferguson, 69. “I think they (players) are responsible for their actions, what they say on Twitter.”

Quite so, Fergie, well said, mate.

And what do you think of those players who abuse their positions to try and avoid the consequences of their actions, and in the process have every other player in the media frame and suspected of …… well, is bringing the game and the club into disrepute too strong a charge? …….. http://www.wired.com/playbook/2011/05/british-soccer-sues-twitter/

Is it tantamount to criminal fraud and common, simply complex theft,  if they are being paid by a third party rather than using and expending their own funds and resources,  for a law practice to encourage, by virtue of their launching a case in a national courts, a dumb client to sue a virtual entity [Twitter] in a foreign jurisdiction [USA] which does not abide by international laws and norms, for the sharing of the truth in a matter which has the dumb client effectively virtually bullying a young lady whose charms he has not denied he enjoyed?

Is the dumb client being made to look like a rich fool and easy tool by such an expensive action, which may itself be the attraction of launching the action/”the married player issued legal proceedings against Twitter, a US based company, and “persons unknown” on Wednesday in what is expected to become a landmark case.” …. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/twitter/8526571/Premiership-footballer-sues-Twitter-after-details-of-super-injunction-were-published.html …. or just an arrogant incompetence and/or an ignorant golden opportunity, just too good to miss, to star in the media spotlight and raise one’s business profile, on the back of others misfortunes and broken dreams?

Two questions which the shenanigans have raised for answering. Of course, whenever anything shared is not true, is it a completely different matter, and presumably the action would be then be one for libel and/or slander? Ergo is the truth being muzzled from the public domain, and that is something which is never going to be supported by any right minded person, and will always defeat anyone who thinks it a credible cause in which to embroil the law to support/prosecute/persecute.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/football/teams/manchester-united/8525859/Twitter-is-a-waste-of-time-says-Manchester-United-manager-Sir-Alex-Ferguson.html
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amanfromMars said…

    Quite so, Anonymous Pompier, I concur and would applaud your perception.

    21 May 2011 10:23

http://amanfrommars.blogspot.com/2011/05/110518.html

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“It seems to have a certain momentum at the moment. Everyone seems to want to do it,” added Ferguson. “We as a club are looking at it because there can be issues attached to it. And we don’t want that.”

Issues such as the following lead head post? ….. http://amanfrommars.blogspot.com/2011/05/110521.html

posted by : amanfromMars, 21 May 2011

http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/comment/2072674/manchester-united-players-told-stop-tweeting
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