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Auto Coe!

Well what a coincidence! SebCo Ltd is about to publish his biography - the auto version.


Coe cashes in

Now that he's preparing to move on to greater things in the world of sport administration Lord SebCo Ltd has decided to cash in his Complete Leisure Group Limited at a reported profit of around £12million by selling up to Chime, who also took over Alan Pascoe's Fast Track Sales Ltd, formerly vice-president of the London 2012 Bid team. Another shareholder to benefit from the sale of CLG is Foreign Secretary William Hague.

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Nuff said: hat tip The Space Hijackers. official Olympics Protestors and gene


Is Russell Brand psychic?

Russell Brand predicted London 2012 would be a disaster. Within hours Becks was left out of the GB Olympics Football Team. SlowCoe is desperately trying to reverse the tide of events.

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What a relay! Coe's corporate cop out

Seb Prat just can't handle the idea that people can do things without the assistance of massive corporations. He recently had a go at the 'shires', why the shires heaven only knows, for criticising corporate involvement in London2012. He declared “If we didn’t have the partners’ support, we wouldn’t have the torch relay.”

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The row about Dow at London 2012 goes on. @BhopalMedicalAppeal recently pointed out that Coe had failed to respond to an open letter from AthletesAgainstDowChemical. Coe also promised to meet Dow Campaigners but, unsurprisingly, has failed to do so. Coe has a history of failing to keep promises. He also promised to visit Clays Lane when the estate was facing demolition but failed to turn up or get in touch. Yet a while later, when he was watching the tower blocks at Park Village being demolished along with Radio 4's You and Yours team, he was described by the presenter as having been at the 'sharp end' of dealing with those facing eviction. Coe did not demur and went on to mutter words of sympathy with the evictees.

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names in the frame

Richard Relton representing Sead Dizdarevic's Jet Set Sports, and Peter Moore, head of Olympic packages at Thomas Cook's agency Iluka, both appear - courtesy of secret filming - in Channel 4's Olympic Tickets for Sale, each claiming ability to sell access to the London 2012 ORN Zil Lanes.

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These clogs are made for walking...

Back on 13th August 2009, a Thursday not a Friday so unsure if this was the cause of the mishap, Anthony, London 2012 likes to keep things informal, the External Relations Executive, a kind of 2012 Foreign Office person, in a fit of poorly considered enthusiasm asked a question on the London2012 Blog: 'Who should get the chance to perform? Morris dancers for the traditionalists? Street dancers for the modern?'

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