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Six months later he has made allegations about the club that we deny emphatically.
Firstly may I deny emphatically, as he implies, that I am in the pay of the Pope, or the Catholic Church in promoting 'holy water'.
While Majeed - whose family deny emphatically the allegation - is on police bail, the Rams have been raided by the taxman and the Football Association are expected to launch their own inquiry.
I can deny emphatically at this point that Craig Bellamy wears a St Gerasimos medal around his neck (though there are those who reckon Mark Hughes needs one after taking him to Blackburn).
He made horrible allegations which I deny emphatically and the Post printed without caring about the effect of those words.
The company and Mr Levinson deny emphatically, as stated in the June 20 article, that he said "that he created the companies to avoid paying US taxes in the event the firms were later sold and to minimize his liability in American courts if employees were killed or wounded in Iraq.
Staley continues to deny emphatically involvement in any wrongdoing, but has settled with great reluctance to ensure an end to this lengthy action and to avoid the risk and uncertainty that a US jury trial would involve.