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I most humbly bow to my commander-in-chief's order without any hard feelings." Team Faeldon (@FaeldonLegal) September 4, 2019 President Rodrigo Duterte earlier demanded the resignation of BuCor chief Nicanor Faeldon amid the release of heinous crimes convicts.
And squashing any speculation there were hard feelings between her and Greene after the news of her new gig was announced, she said: "We knew for a long time.
'None at all,' he said when asked if he had hard feelings towards the President, adding that Duterte remained the 'best president' for him.
The ministry commended the strong leadership and the people of the two countries for being able to overcome the hard feelings and difficulties and for taking such a bold and courageous step.
But the pair proved there was no hard feelings as they were snapped warmly embracing each other in the VIP area.
JOHN COUGHLIN says he has no hard feelings over Berwick's decision to sack him as boss - but he won't be going back to fix their stand roof.
For her part, Cole has no hard feelings. "It was a wonderful experience," she said.
ANDY LEGG insists there are "no hard feelings" about his sudden and unexpected departure as Bangor City manager.
He showed there was no hard feelings, though, and I'm sure he'll soon be back visiting.
YOUNG gun Josh Bates admits he was disappointed not to be granted a Wolves return - but he says there are "no hard feelings" following his switch to Midlands rivals Coventry.
And Mowbray has wished Morris all the best for the future, admitting there's "no hard feelings" over his unsuccessful stint which saw him make just two starts.
Yet Harry has no hard feelings even though she broke his heart in two, but the last he'd heard of Sally she'd dumped the Scouser for a fan of Crewe !