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Discussion in 'The January 2017 Transfer Rumour archive' started by Archibald&Crooks, Jun 28, 2017.
If they feel that he has to go or can go then they must have justification for it.
Can you share what your start up does ?
hughton on nike deal: The deal is for 5 years is what I was told. There may be some other factors in there that have resulted in the multi year term, but that what I heard.
I'm thinking that the Walker leaving situation is, hopefully, going to be reminiscent of the time when Judas left us. Initial angst at losing a World class player, only to find we had better in the wings with Ledders.
Everything I've seen or read about KWP leads me to believe that this could potentially be the case, the difference being that Walker isn't going to the scum and we're the ones doing the rinsing.
Early doors obviously, but the signs are promising regarding the boy.
You intentionally ignored the "not at the expense of being competitive" part then?
Colour me surprised.
First we get top of the line kit deal statement (Good cop) followed by essentially 'don't expect any sexy first team signings' ITK (bad cop),.
More spin than a spinny thing on a turntable.
I see you gingers, or should I use your acronym ADUO (Adrian Durham's Unwanted Offspring), are going to be gorging yourselves on that little tidbit of ITK.
Remember the salt during your little beano won't you?
Because I do not buy everything the club says at its convenience.
I don't think so. The club no longer publicly trades its shares (as far as I'm aware) so any such notifications can be made privately amongst the shareholders.
If the Club traded on the AIM (which it used to) or the FTSE, then any merger/takeover proposals must be notified to the Market as well as the shareholders.
While the gingers would want him sacked for buying beer instead of Champagne...
That is NOT part of the ADUO manifesto...
And there's those who have a glass but want a Diamond encrusted goblet...
Paid for by the club of course.
Post of the window.
In a way Poch is here at the worst time, for him and us.
Imagine if we'd had the stadium done five years ago and it was mostly paid off now, and Poch joined us with no restrictions. The things he could achieve.
In contrast we're looking at the best manager we've had in our lifetime having to compete against teams with infinitely more available resources, while he has to contend with two stadium moves in two years and the now announced inevitability of losing some of his best players in the near future.
I feel for Poch.
I like the way as well the statement contradicts itself by saying we're hell bent on keeping the team together, but we'll be selling players yeah? Right.
No, you buy every negative slant from ITK as though it's gospel but question anything positive.
The post you referred to had the ITK ending that we are in a good place as well as stating that our intent is to remain competitive.
Did you highlight that? No.
Did you balance your post with both positive and negative news? No.
Should I go on?
@Ionman34 - not only posts a picture in the ITK thread, but directly quotes A&C when doing it.
A bit Spurs tinted on the Campbell/King situation. History will show that Campbell left us for nothing and went on to win multiple trophies with Arsenal whilst we languished in lower mid/table. As much as I love Ledley, despite his natural talent he actually acheived very little in his career. You write as if Campbell leaving was somehow a blessing in disguise and allowed King to emerge, when the reality is that Arsenal shat on us from a great height and it has taken till now, some fifteen years later for us to bridge the gap in the league. Sol Campbell was part of a side that went a season unbeaten, as much as I loathe him as a person he was a great centre back who had a very respectable career at the very highest level. If Walker leaves us and goes on to help City dominate the league instead of us, I will certainly not see it as a blessing.
Some men just wanna watch the world burn
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