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Hull Get Their Man...

Hull Get Their Man...

The official club site announced today, 'Phil Parkinson is set to become Hull City boss after the two clubs agreed a compensation figure on Thursday afternoon.'

'The U's Chairman Peter Heard and his Hull counterpart Adam Pearson, along with their respective legal teams have been thrashing out the details over the past few days and finally agreed the amount required to release manager Phil Parkinson from his contract at Layer Road.'

Vital Colchester can reveal that City chief Adam Pearson decided on Thursday to pay a rumoured £400,000 compensation to United for the 38-year-old, who then had his resignation accepted by Heard.

So there you have it. The real question remains, 'who will manage us?'


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Date:Thursday June 29 2006
Time: 7:43PM

Comments

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what you think your compo was and he's a loss for you, i think you're going to struggle
wallis
29/06/2006 19:59:00
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" big big loss for you- i would be gutted "
millers4eva
02/07/2006 22:03:00
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" TOUGH TOUGH SEASON FOR YOU- BACKS TO THE WALLS TIME"
millers4eva
04/07/2006 09:36:00
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Hope you don't rely on Cureton - look what he done for us - Good luck anyway.
APG_STFC
10/07/2006 15:17:00
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whatever you do dont employ bobby williamson he ,s the worst manager plymouth have ever had .
philking12
27/07/2006 18:54:00
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Sven's looking for a new club !!!
wembley88
28/07/2006 04:32:00
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Have you heard the rumor that Chelsea is buying Freddy Adu and loaning him to your club for the 1st ½ of the season?
USA
29/07/2006 03:05:00
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That is surely a huge loss for Colchester.
FY2 Tangerine
29/07/2006 18:23:00
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