Friday, September 28, 2007

Ouch.

Matt Wardman writes: If Mr Usmanov were employing Schillings Lawyers to generate attention for himself rather than to try and muzzle it, they would be performing very well indeed. Here are a couple of graphs from the useful Blogpulse Service, which racks how much attention is being devoted to different topics on the blogs. The first bulge is Alisher Usmanov buying part of Arsenal. The second bulge is the interest after Mr Usmanov used Schillings Lawyers to close down Craig Murray's critical website.

And what a bulge it is. Go and see the graphs, and picture how much Schillings must be hurting right now. This is a bloody train wreck for them.

Wouldn't you love to be a fly on the wall at Friday drinkies?

:o)

7 comments:

Davide Simonetti said...

Ahahaha!! Oh my aching sides. I can't help thinking that a few P45s might get handed out at Schillings in the not too distant future.

beaubodor said...

Fame
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beaubodor said...

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johnf said...

Arsene Wenger was being quoted on Radio 5 Live saying he opposed increased foreign control of Arsenal - this after Usmanov upped his stake.

Presumably he'll go if Usmanov stays. Can't guess which way the uncommitted fans are going to jump.

Tim said...

It would be rude to laugh... so I will:

Hahahahahahahaha!

BB said...

Usmanov, Schillings and David Dein deserve all they get.....
The FA and Premier League say this issue is political, the government say that this is a matter for the footballing authorities - who else do we turn to? ……….Has no-one in this country got the teeth to take responsibility for anything anymore? Arsene Wenger recently stated that English football is losing it’s soul…..WE are allowing this - is BRITAIN, the country that once stood for freedom of speech, justice and fair play, losing IT’S soul…..?

Sim-O said...

How about if Usmanov were to appear on Newsnight?