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ABN and Framlington come to agreement

Star managers George Luckraft and Nigel Thomas will start work for Framlington in September after coming to an out of court agreement with former employer ABN Amro.

The settlement comes just days before a court hearing, which was scheduled for July 15 after ABN took action following the decision by the managers to join Framlington around 10 months before their contracts were due to expire.

Luckraft and Thomas will be on gardening leave until September 8, after which they are free to start work. No other details of the agreement have been released.

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