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Sam Peters
Cillian Willis case against Sale’s doctors to be heard in closed court in Manchester on Feb 11. Sale successfully argued team doctors who treated Willis were not full time employees and therefore club not liable. Demonstrates precarious nature for medics working in pro sport.
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Tom Atkinson Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
Having read articles on this, wasn't Willis' main complaint for clinical negligence about the two doctors that treated him on the field? Such a shame. Good player. Though i feel your tweet is aimed at the club and its leadership again 😕
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Simon Jan 8
Of course it is, sham can't concede gracefully it seems. One must ask who's agenda is he working for?
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Jamie Jan 8
Your desperation to justify your crassness knows no bounds. You go well with the Daily Mail.
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Darren Gook Jan 8
The claim by the player was discontinued in march 2018. The world is full of haters and clearly to are one of them, yeah you dont like Dimes or the club, cool 👍🏻 on a high right now, players and fans alike,you had your moment/your say, now jog on,bye
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Deb Jan 8
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Tim O'Connor Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
In camera? Why?
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P Flynn Jan 8
So Sale’s doctors aren’t Sale’s doctors?
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Mike P Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
Don’t you think Sam, speaking generally, that it is good practice to use independent medics?
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Graham Curtis! Jan 8
Was that an apology? No, I thought not.
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Steven Burgess Jan 8
You wouldn’t let it lie... 🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Jim Johnson Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
It appears Austin Healey was right, time for that apology 🦈 💎
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Paul Rossiter Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
But they were paid by Sale surely?
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Clive Smith Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
So it indicates that independent doctors were used. Now move on and look at teams that go over the salary cap. This is defrauding rugby of a level playing field. Player welfare is paramount but fraud is a criminal offence.
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Gar O Gorman Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
Very dangerous precedent. Mea cupla.. mea cupla. Or not.
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Paul Hodgson Jan 8
But that would involve being a journalist, not a bell end 6ft 3 inch former army officer. Wouldn't want to dirty his hands doing something good when he can constantly dig at a little club.
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Micheal Cassidy Jan 8
Having seen very little of the whole and debacle, this tweet in my opinion is very much a reflection of facts with a genuine question at the end! How many good medics will consider their future at sporting clubs??
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Chris Thomas Jan 8
Replying to @Sam_sportsnews
Good!
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Barbed Quill Jan 8
So it doesn’t concern u that the club on the one hand reports “Willis appeared to be tackled high and was attended to by the medical team” and then on the other hand denies liability because they weren’t full time doctors? Would you be happy if your employer treated u like that?
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