I haven't even read what his lawyer has said. That's the conclusion I alone came to. I would be interested to hear anyone else who has been trained in counselling to hear their opinions. I don't think many would disagree with me. The bullied almost ALWAYS appease the bullier. The rest of the time they run away and hide. I'm 100% buying it. We will never get to the bottom of it, and none of us will ever understand what has gone on here. It's better left, both parties come to a mutual agreement and Jonathan Martin come to some kind of settlement to leave in order to try and find somewhere else. Sadly, I find it highly unlikely he will fully settle anywhere else. You know what the real sad thing is? Incognito will probably get a fine, maybe a ban, then continue on. The only guy who is going to really lose out, regardless of what happens, is Jonathan Martin. Given some of the opinions on how he just needed to 'man up' and 'stop being a *****' along with comments along those lines, makes me lose all faith in humanity. What little I had of it anyway. Bullying is a global-wide issue that people continuously fail to address and understand. Why is that so? Because so many people continuously fail to speak out. Then you all wonder why that is? It's because of pathetic reactions and insults directed Martin's way for doing the right thing. This should be a great example set. A great advertisement as to why more prople should speak out. All it has done is make more people more afraid. People seem to think you need to be tougher mentally to be a footballer in your career than say a doctor, laywer or even simple jobs like a secretary or warehouse worker. That's bull. These guys having it bloody easy. Then we go on and wonder why we don't hear about it too often, and why we fail to understand it We are truly blinded.