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Thread: The verdict is in...

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    The verdict is in...

    Robinson is not guilty of assault, the BBC report, and the club say they are unsurprised: https://www.motherwellfc.co.uk/2020/...robinson-case/

    Good news. Let's hope we can kick on again on the park now.

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    I'm glad it's sorted. Must have been a stressful time for all concerned.

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    Obviously he has been under stress, not allowed to see or communicate with his partner. All of which must have a huge effect on his ability to concentrate on his job properly. Think we will see a different Stephen Robinson and the team now this has finally been sorted out

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaco cup View Post
    Obviously he has been under stress, not allowed to see or communicate with his partner. All of which must have a huge effect on his ability to concentrate on his job properly. Think we will see a different Stephen Robinson and the team now this has finally been sorted out
    Yes, its bound to have affected him. Hopefully he can now concentrate on his personal and professional lives without any distractions. He's only human after all.

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    Oh, Wellup4it ... Didn't realise you were Rag n Bone Man in disguise

    And, I'd love our defence to take a leaf out of Robbo's lawyers defence..

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    Pleased for Robinson and his partner that this has been concluded with a “not guilty “. She spoke very well outside the court and listening to her shows a flawed system- the police never interviewed her. Astonishing. Hope they can both put it behind them and get on with their lives. Robbo can now get 100% focus on rebooting our season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gowboy View Post
    Pleased for Robinson and his partner that this has been concluded with a “not guilty “. She spoke very well outside the court and listening to her shows a flawed system- the police never interviewed her. Astonishing. Hope they can both put it behind them and get on with their lives. Robbo can now get 100% focus on rebooting our season.
    What you forget is that our Police Force are an utter shambles who don't understand the Law they "operate" under.

    The PF system is also an utter shambles.

    I say these as someone with experience of the Law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyG View Post
    What you forget is that our Police Force are an utter shambles who don't understand the Law they "operate" under.

    The PF system is also an utter shambles.

    I say these as someone with experience of the Law.
    Yes the Scots law & legal process does seem to be an uttter shambles now with too much political interference.

    I haven't seen a rag and bone man since I was a whitrick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wellup4it View Post
    Yes the Scots law & legal process does seem to be an uttter shambles now with too much political interference.

    I haven't seen a rag and bone man since I was a whitrick!
    So who actually complained about Stephen? Anybody got a link to a more detailed report on the court case? Who were the witnesses against Stephen? Were there agendas at work here?

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    The PA had a fairly comprehensive report: https://www.sundaypost.com/news/scot...D2AotGU9kb9xVg

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