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Laudrup admits Swansea dismissal could go to courts

Michael Laudrup admits his sacking by Swansea City could be set for the courts.

The Dane is unhappy with his treatment by Swansea.

He said: "A lot of people have called me, like Sir Alex Ferguson and Gary Lineker called me. The LMA called and said unfortunately some clubs they are using these things but you are not a special case unfortunately.

"The lawyers are speaking, so we just have to see what happens - if we can find a solution and unfortunately, if not, we have to take the legal way.

"In this case it will be the manager's arbitration tribunal. I end where I started. It's sad to sit here and talk about this but unfortunately this is how sometimes it ends."

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