Nill said he was informed of the act by an outsider Sunday and did his investigation. The investigation yielded information that left him no choice but to fire Montgomery, he said. Nill said the act was not criminal and had nothing to do with abuse of current or past players (an area where the NHL is cracking down)..
FrontpageWhat’s OnWhat’s On NewsFosse ParkFosse Park releases CGI footage showing how it will look after 168 million transformationThe new areas are set to open in late 2020How the new Food Central development will lookGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailTo mark six months into its 168 million transformation, Fosse Park has released brand new CGI footage of how the completed development will look.It brings to life both the Fosse Park West extension and Food Central developments at the shopping park, which attract more than 11 million shoppers each year.The film gives viewers a birds eye view of the 140,000 sq ft additional retail and restaurant space, allowing them to gain a sense of the new communal areas, event spaces, improved landscaping, widened walkways and enhanced accessibility.Fosse Park West is being built on the site formerly occupied by Everards Brewery, which was demolished last year.The expansion will see 13 new shops built on the 12.5 acre site including TK Maxx and Clarks, as well as a flagship Next store.Food Central is set to feature up to 13 food units and four shops, including Nando’s, Greggs, KFC and EE.Adrian Young, Fosse Park manager, said: “Now that we are six months into construction, we wanted to take this opportunity to really showcase our exciting plans for Fosse Park. We created the CGI footage to offer our shoppers the chance to really see and experience for themselves, the impressive vision we have.”Since we first opened in 1989, the last three decades have seen us thrive and grow, evolving along with our visitors’ needs to ensure we remain one of the most successful retail hubs in the area.”And, now with the current investment we have made, the park will be transformed into an even more inspiring and vibrant shopping and dining destination that will further bolster our position right at the heart of Leicestershire.”Alongside the development, work has also been going on to improve the existing car parks, which have now been completed, as well as refreshing the frontages at a number of retailers, including Carphone Warehouse and Clarks due to finish this month.A second phase ofrefurbishmentis due to start in the New Year.The Fosse Park West extension and Food Central developments are both due to open in late 2020.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterWhat’s OnallMost ReadMost RecentFosse ParkDe Montfort HallThe very special Leicester pantomime that could be perfect for your kids this ChristmasIt’s a relaxed performance ‘both on and off the stage’Christmas14 brilliant Leicestershire gifts and experiences to give this Christmas from gin to tank driving daysThere’s stocking fillers and experiences with the ‘wow’ factor.