To part company

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But the condors mounted with him, apparently determined not to part company.
I think, therefore, that the time has come to part company with Captain Nemo."
It is not yet sure whether Maradona is back at Fujairah or not, but the initial decision to part company with the club by mutual consent was seen as rash.
A statement by the club said: "Following the return in France, the chairman Bernard Guasch and some members of the board have mutually agreed with Laurent Frayssinous to part company."
Allardyce (left) is set to part company with West Ham after staying up, while also praying the Hammers take something from Newcastle.
Mel said: "I had talks and West Brom and I decided that the best thing was to part company.
Under-17 defender Niall Heaton had one year left on his contract but after talks with the club they decided to part company. The 16-year-old is joining Bradford City.
Farmer explained that Tullin has decided to part company with the Greenbacks due to family and work commitments.
A club statement read: "Following the home defeat to QPR, Sheffield United and Kevin Blackwell have jointly agreed to part company with immediate effect.
Last night a statement from Duffy's management said: "Having worked so successfully on Duffy's first album, the professional relationship between Duffy and Rough Trade management has run its course and they have amicably agreed to part company."
He has now left London Road with the club confirming in a statement: "Following a series of meetings with the manager, Peterborough United and Darren Ferguson have decided to part company with immediate effect by mutual consent.
A club statement read: "It is with regret that Barnsley Football Club and first team manager Simon Davey have tonight mutually agreed to part company. We would like to place on record our sincere thanks for all the hard work Simon has put in during his two-and-a-half year tenure as manager and wish him every success in the future."