F1 » Briatore to lose QPR role over 'Singapore-gate'?


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Robsy - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 10:26 AM

Bernie won't be happy. If Flav is forced into a fire sale, he'll have to take what he can get, and whatever that is has instantly devalued Ecclescakes holding in the club.

Ha.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.

alex - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 10:49 AM

Anna-Spanna .... Would you seriously put anything beyond the fat old crook ?

Joking aside, Football is full of corruption and dodgy people, as a Sport it hardly needs any more Mafiosos. Match fixing, dodgy transfers, grounds being sold off to developers, dodgy managers puling guns on people, Flabio would be very much at home, that is why Football does not need him.....

SuperTim - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 11:07 AM

Flav is threatening to sue the FIA/WMSC as he claims he was not given any opportunity to defend himself.

He seems to think that the threat of legal action will somehow make him look innocent.

If he is complicit in cheating and choses to not defend himself in court, he won't get very far with his legal action, which i suspect is more about face-saving than truth.

Anyone capable of cheating to this degree can easily try the same at a football club so he should be kicked out. QPR have had enough bad press in the past for dodgy boardroom appoinments and flav's presence is all the more ironic for it. Get this fat cheating pretender out of sport and into where he belongs, Politics!

DBL

September 22, 2009 11:20 AM

"Flav is threatening to sue the FIA/WMSC as he claims he was not given any opportunity to defend himself."

According to the report, he didn't appear at the hearing because he was on holiday (?) Not sure if that is a euphanism for "not being allowed to appear" but surely if he wanted to defend himself he would have made sure he was there.

Barrie Williams - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 11:21 AM

Flav is a complete ****, always has been, always will be and it's good that he's been caught out like this now. It's just a shame that people like Mosley and Ecclestone seem to continue to get away with it.

Maddog Mas - Unregistered

September 22, 2009 12:20 PM

With Flavio being finally found out it would be interesting to know if Dear Michael had instructions all those years ago when he took out Damen in Adelaide to prevent Damon becoming world champion. Any comment?

andrewm

September 22, 2009 12:47 PM

You know what they say. You reap what you sow. He sowed the seeds of cheating last year and now has a bumper crop of just desserts.

All I can say is (and I quote from the bully in a popular cartoon where the characters are yellow) HA HAA!!

No sympathy for this bloated orange (insert a word of your choice here - I can't think of anything polite enough to write).

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