.....but a jury has found him guily. All 12. Maybe they did get it wrong. Maybe he is innocent. However, they have decided she was not one of the above things and have had 10 days a lot more than the bits and pieces we have seen in the press to go on. They were in court for 10 days was it for 3 or 4 hours each day and had countless witnesses, CCTV, questioning of all parties, police statments etc and will have been given an absolute ton of evidence much of which we will have no idea and never will have any idea what it was. All of that jury were in a far, far, far better position to make a decision than any of us on here who are using bits and pieces to guess certain things. I am sure we ca agree on that? United need to do the right thing and terminate his contract I am afraid. He cannot fulfill his terms of employment and we cannot be associated with an employee who is not by UK law a rapist, whether we like it or not. He may appeal but lets be honest I am unsure how that will change anything. If there was any evidence to present for the defence it will have been presented. Of course any appeal is going to take months (prob up to a year) and by the time anything does come to fruition his United contract will have ended at the end of June anyway. His United career is over and I think we need to move on. Its been a sorry affair and as a club we have done nothing wrong. We need to continue to show some class in making the right decision in the next few days. Again just my opinion.