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Pauley & Walton Cleared of Wrong Doing
Wires  Tuesday, May 08, 2001  11:58 GMT

Police today released computer equipment, confiscated from the house of club Secreatry Stuart Pauley last week. DCI Savage from Lothian and Borders police claimed that, 'apart from a few unusual images found on the hard drive there was no evidence of wrong doing.'
Lettice Starts Light Training
Stuart Pauley  Tuesday, May 08, 2001  11:39 GMT

Lawrence Lettice announced today that there is light at the end of the tunnel. His long awaited return from injury is almost at an end, as his physiotherapist told him he could start muscle stretching exercises and light jogging.
Thursday Match Report - 3/5/01
Dan Hillier & Stuart Pauley  Friday, May 04, 2001  10:50 GMT

A brace of classy finishes by Mike saw the Yellows edge past the Reds 5 -3, in another tight game last night. In fact, several players absent from Monday's fixture - Stuart, Simon & Campbell -were on fire at various stages in the game. Monty came under relentless pressure at the back but as usual managed to fend off most challenges.
Police raid house of Club Secretary.
Wires  Friday, May 04, 2001  08:43 GMT

The police probe into the club's internet security took an unusual turn yesterday. After last nights training session, Club Secretary Stuart Pauley found police waiting outside his flat with a search warrant. His computer was confiscated.
Police called in to check web site security
Taul P. Staurey  Thursday, May 03, 2001  12:02 GMT

Police at Fettes HQ in Edinburgh have been called in, by Reith Rovers management, to examine internet security. This was after incredulous fans emailed the Reith Rovers web site, complaining that the recent Poll for 'Player of the season so far.' had been rigged. Simon Walton is currently the front runner. Below is just one example of the emails received.
Burn out for at least ten months shocker!
Stuart Pauley  Thursday, May 03, 2001  11:46 GMT

'I still have to have another operation on my left knee - hopefully in about eight weeks - depending on the wonderful NHS waiting list! In term of re-hab, this will be about a 10 month process, but will hopeful be back training after about 6 months ... so .. realistically I won't be available for selection until about February 2002!
Hillier's Happy With Win
Wires  Tuesday, May 01, 2001  17:24 GMT

"It's all well and good to have a youth policy to nuture home grown talent like Doigy and Monty but when we were hit with late injury problems, I really felt we needed to mix youth with some real experience. I got in some ringers and I think it paid off. Our defence had a tendancy to bypass our midfield, but since they were dribbling up field this didnt seem important."
Match Report v Royal Observatory
Jon Doig  Tuesday, May 01, 2001  12:51 GMT

A game of two halves, the first surprisingly long and the second even longer. It was a warm evening, perfect conditions for open fast football. A full team arrived in the changing rooms at least 5 mins after scheduled kick off. A brief introduction of players, we kicked off with no referee and conceded a goal immediately without even touching it; to a team that was big, fast and skilful. A long evening was in store but playing 'total' football we struck back and with silky interplay were amazingly up 5-2 at half time. Alan Miller, Andrea, Alun, Ryan and one other all hitting the back of the old onion bag (Ryans first goal since schoolboy football).
Doig steals ball to take penalty
Taul P.Staurey  Tuesday, May 01, 2001  12:38 GMT

Despite the 7-3 drubbing of The Royal Observatory last night, disquiet in the club still exists. It seems to have come about, after Jon Doig stole the ball from team mates to slot home a penalty last night.
Crowd disturbance mars game
Mr Spin.  Tuesday, May 01, 2001  10:33 GMT

Colin Hutchison's angle on last nights game. (Even though he wasn't actually there.)
Website Imposter
Wires  Monday, April 30, 2001  14:50 GMT

Fears grew this afternoon, in the Reith Rovers office, that somebody had tapped into their website under the alias of Ruud Van Nistelrooy.
'SACK HILLIER' - Demand Fans
Anon  Saturday, April 28, 2001  13:44 GMT

Fans demanded the sacking of Reith Rovers first team Player / Coach, Dan Hillier (35) at the weekend. They bombarded the clubs web site in reply to a question posed by it's interactive poll.
Lettice Injury News
Stuart Pauley  Saturday, April 28, 2001  12:37 GMT

Lawrence Lettice is set to return in the next few weeks, though not in time for the next 11 a-side game. Physio is going well on his knee tissue damage and Lawrence is looking forward to returning to Thursday night's kick around.
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