Well thanks for the reply BH but I must say that seems to sum up as' there was a lot of controversy, it is the CEO's fault.' I do agree there was a lot of controversy. And Pulver has I believed made an admission he had perhaps given McKEnzie too much lattitude. But my sense when he said that was in the sense of remorse for a good man lost that he could have assisted more. NOT because he had made omissions. There has been a lot of criticism for him blaming the media for McKenzie's resignation. I personally hold the media greatly responsible. Where is it written the media get to criticize everyone but can't be criticised themselves? I'm doing my utmost to avoid discussing Beale, as it has been done to death and there is little to no prospect of consensus now. That said I did want to table my thoughts on Pulver as I keep seeing media beat up that seems to downplay Beales sexist text message as if it was some harmless prank. They then go on to blame Pulver and the ARU for blowing it out of all proportion. Spiros Zavos' article in the Roar is a particularly shining example of the shoddy journalism. Highly selective and lacking any substance other than an allegation it was the ARU that leaked the texts!