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LOWE BLOW

LOWE BLOW


We will take you to the cleaners! That was Milan’s message to Rupert Lowe today. I personally think that Rupert Lowe’s clothes aren’t that dirty! (Terrible I know!)

Milan was furious after Rupert Lowe fired and attack on Milan, last Thursday. To read what Rupert said Click Here.

Milan has replied today and as you can guess he is not too happy with Lowe!
Mandaric told the Sunday Mirror: 'This is the final straw. As far as I'm concerned, Harry and the club are going to take Southampton to the cleaners.'
'Over the last few months he and other Southampton club officials have accused us of all sorts of things including dishonesty, gambling and illegally poaching a manager it turns out he was glad to see the back off.
'I want a refund on my money. According to him he sold us a dishonest manager who can't be trusted so I have to accept I've been completely conned and must be the world's most lousy businessman.
'I'll keep Harry as part of the compensation package because it's not his fault that he's a football man and doesn't know anything about rugby or hockey.
'Rupert Lowe's attack on Harry and Portsmouth is unwarranted and outrageous.'
Wow!! Click Here for blow by blow account.

Have your say in the forum I would love to hear what you have to say on this one! You too Southampton fans!


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Date:Sunday February 12 2006
Time: 7:31PM

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Milan the Man takes on Rupert Low as.
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Milan the Man takes on Rupert Low as.
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Milan the Man takes on Rupert Low as.
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