No it doesn't.Really does hit the nail on the head doesn't it?
Mel Morris has burned his own house down and wants Gibson to save him without even an admittance of his own guilt. It's rediculous. Gibson owes Derby nothing, but he owes Boro fans by ensuring our club don't get rolled over by cheats.
Morris however owes Derby fans, he was custodian of their club and ruined it, and rather than helping to fix it before walking away, he has taken the nuclear option of threatening the clubs existence.
The above hits the nail on the head, not a tabloid Sun reporter who can't even mention Mel Morris's name in this saga, complete joke