Is common sense too much to ask?

Two cases of £30M+ importance are being heard in the High Court today.

West Ham will try to get the the Football Association Arbitration Hearing (that ruled against us on the Tevez Saga) to present the reasons and background for their decision.
This sounds like a reasonable request in a western democracy, but I don't have much hope.

The second case is on the so called injunction Sheffield filed.
That is, whether we have the right to take this issue to the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) or not.
This is yet another question of turning and twisting the wordings in rules, regulations and laws, to make them fit your purpose.

Time for high profile solicitor Maurice Watkins, leader of our legal side, to step up and show that he is worth our trust and money!
Click HERE for some more on Watkins.

It's so sad to be as naive as I am, hoping for common sense to prevail.
Hearing will continue Tuesday.

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