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Just now, Valentke said:

I hope for his sake he isn’t found guilty and to me the decision is totally irrelevant to how I feel about him as a manager. 

Sensible reply. If we were riding high at the top of the league there would be plenty of the same guys who are calling for McPake's sacking in the event of a conviction who'd be backing him to the hilt. 

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It's a very different situation if a player is in trouble compared to the manager. 

Discipline in the dressing room comes from a manager, if he's facing trial for a breach of discipline then it's a big issue. 

It's not a major crime by any measure, but it's not acceptable if you're the man in charge. 

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Just now, Reverend Lovejoy said:

As I said above if we're top of the league topics like this one would be nowhere to be seen.

Totally embarrassing to be honest.

You're correct, but we're not. 

There's a good chance this will result in gardening leave when you add in his performance. I think we might be prepared to back him more vigorously if he was an asset.  That's how things work in the real world. 

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There certainly would, no doubt, but lets put it this way. If he is found guilty and the club don't sack him, what message does that send out to the community and also to the rest of the club - there's a fair chance that there will be at least one LGBTQ person on the payroll who hasn't come out.

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1 minute ago, Alexis said:

It's a very different situation if a player is in trouble compared to the manager. 

Discipline in the dressing room comes from a manager, if he's facing trial for a breach of discipline then it's a big issue. 

It's not a major crime by any measure, but it's not acceptable if you're the man in charge. 

A few gaffers in my place of work have been found guilty of misdemeanours away from their work and haven't been sacked. 

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