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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.