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Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 11:13 05 May 2011
by Cobi Budge
mrrapson wrote:
Cobi Budge wrote: So we dont really have anything to worry about today?


If the club aren't worried we don't need to be! Relax young master Budge!

Anyway why aren't you at school?


Amazing thing called a mobile and another amazing thing called lunch hour. :wink:

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 11:15 05 May 2011
by Leigh Rapson
Cobi Budge wrote:
mrrapson wrote:
Cobi Budge wrote: So we dont really have anything to worry about today?


If the club aren't worried we don't need to be! Relax young master Budge!

Anyway why aren't you at school?


Amazing thing called a mobile and another amazing thing called lunch hour. :wink:


They give you animals lunch breaks? Good god what is the world coming to?

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 12:03 05 May 2011
by P.L.I.H
mrrapson wrote:
They give you animals lunch breaks? Good god what is the world coming to?


I thought The Monkeys were more appropraite seeing Cobi's haircut!

So anymore news?!

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 12:08 05 May 2011
by Cobi Budge
P.L.I.H wrote:
mrrapson wrote:
They give you animals lunch breaks? Good god what is the world coming to?


I thought The Monkeys were more appropraite seeing Cobi's haircut!
So anymore news?!


I'm not changing for you :x :lol:

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 12:22 05 May 2011
by Keepitgreen
Peter_dout wrote:
Thai green wrote: Thank you ZeeZan6 for this news, thank you Celia for attending, the Pasoti Court team swing into action again........ :)


We're not sending a lawyer, its probably just HMRC trying its luck again and in all likelyness the court will see through it as they did last time.

Sparksey has this to say

SparkseyOnRadio wrote: Plymouth's Rosie Huntington-Whiteley voted FHM's sexiest woman in the world. I must arrange an interview


:roll:

Just a slight distraction from the theme of this thread: :) :)


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picture ... woman.html

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 12:24 05 May 2011
by The Doctor
She looks a bit gormless in that picture and, unfortunately, it's not put me off wondering what's happening in court...

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 12:52 05 May 2011
by Paul_Roberts
The Doctor wrote: She looks a bit gormless in that picture and, unfortunately, it's not put me off wondering what's happening in court...


The picture ed who chose that photo of her should be flogged.

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 13:01 05 May 2011
by Celia Ellacott
Court report. Nothing to worry about. Got to lunchtime and HMRC v FL case still not reached. So I collared HMRC solicitor on the way out and he gave me a fast, long and full explanation of what was going on.

Basically, both cases procedural. And the Argyle thing just a hangover - adjournment of hearing for Directions in the administration which he said would be adjourned again. No connection between the two and sheer coincidence of the dates.

For once, a wasted morning, but you never know. Got a lot of my book read.

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 13:03 05 May 2011
by P.L.I.H
Celia Ellacott wrote: For once, a wasted morning, but you never know. Got a lot of my book read.


Never a wasted morning Celia! Oh and I hope the book is good!

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 13:13 05 May 2011
by ZeeZan6
Celia Ellacott wrote: Court report. Nothing to worry about. Got to lunchtime and HMRC v FL case still not reached. So I collared HMRC solicitor on the way out and he gave me a fast, long and full explanation of what was going on.

Basically, both cases procedural. And the Argyle thing just a hangover - adjournment of hearing for Directions in the administration which he said would be adjourned again. No connection between the two and sheer coincidence of the dates.

For once, a wasted morning, but you never know. Got a lot of my book read.


we all appreciate you taking time out of your day to keep up with what's going on, and for keeping everyone informed on here.
Thanks Celia.

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 13:16 05 May 2011
by Celia Ellacott
No worries Zee. Better safe than sorry.

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 13:23 05 May 2011
by Dave Summers
Well done Celia!

Re: Argyle in court, Thursday 5th May.

Posted: 13:35 05 May 2011
by Thai green
Well done and thank you Celia, :appl: We appreciate your efforts and I'm pleased this saga had a happy ending, now onto tomorrow.... :cry: