CURLE TAKES MANSFIELD TO HIGH COURT
Curle seeks damages from Mansfield
Keith Curle has issued a High Court claim for damages against Mansfield.
The former Stags boss was initially suspended by the club in December and then sacked following an internal club investigation.
Now in charge of Chester, Curle has maintained his innocence throughout his dispute with the Stags has been supported by the League Managers' Association.
Now Curle and his LMA legal team have issued a claim against the Stags for 'damages for express and implied terms of his contract and a declaration for clearance of his name'.
Curle said: 'The declaration basically means I want to be publicly exonerate of any wrongdoing. Beyond that there's nothing I can really add because it's in the hands of the LMA's lawyers.'
http://www.leaguemanagers.com, 29 Jun 2005
KEITH CURLE TAKES MANSFIELD TO HIGH COURT
Keith Curle's lawyers have issued a claim against Mansfield Town Football Club to the High Court in London for damages for breach of express and implied terms of his contract and a Declaration for clearance of his name.
In his first full season Keith took Mansfield to the play-off final in 2004 but before the year was out he was dismissed for the alleged bullying of a young player.
Keith has always denied the allegations and the League Managers Association who represented him through the lengthy disciplinary procedures support his claim.
Keith is now manager of Chester City and stressed to http://www.leaguemanagers.com that the claim is in the hands of his lawyers and that all his energies are now directed to doing the best possible job at Chester.
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