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08 Jul 2019 08:37:31
I hope Noble made the Austrian baby pick his toys up and put them back in the pram before he left, we don't want anyone tripping over his dummy and getting injured!

As posted above i'm unsure about Gomez, he wants CL football and to be honest his not going to get it at WH, maybe they will sell him the so called project ( how much longer can they sell a project, is this Crossrail? ) and whack a massive buy out clause and be willing to let him go next year if CL is not achieved. i'm unsure the point in that but MP does know what his doing, so we have to trust.

With Baby boy gone and expect Hernandez to go if we do get Gomez who else is on the radar as a striker?, I think he wants a Carrol like striker as in Rondon, but that still leave us short upfront. Antonio is not bad a a make shift but he can not be added to a striker list before the season starts, unless they will keep Hernandez but I thought they were trying to off him to Valencia to clear the way for Gomez.

Have I missed some news somewhere?, if we are going to try push this season for a Europa place I would have thought we need at least 3 strikers and decent ones at that. Can anyone advise me please as all I have really heard is Gomez, or a replacement for Gomez if we don't get him.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 08 Jul 2019 10:06:20
the statement is pretty blunt haha.


2.) 08 Jul 2019 10:35:50
Ed002 has given a few names. EXWHUemployee on twitter has given a few too.
Rondon was looked at, Gomez, Belotti and supposedly Ballotelli. Who knows though, most of these guys want european footy which we cannot offer.


 

 

20 Feb 2019 09:57:59
Mike, Ed002

I wonder if you could explain the situation with transfers from abroad once the UK leave the EU, am I right in saying at the moment if a player is from a EU nation he can just move to an English club no problem but if from outside the EU needs a work permit. Once the UK leave will all players coming in from abroad require a work permit?

I could be totally wrong on the above and would appreciate some guidance.

Warrington Seymour

{Ed002's Note - A good question and the final answer has yet to be determined, but right now it goes something like this:
- If the player is an EU citizen he is allowed to work in the UK without the need for a Work Permit or Visa under the provisions of the treaty covering free movement.
- This also applies to uncontracted players under the Bosman Decision.
- Players from outside the EU need Government Body Endorsement and a Work Permit and the rules are stricter than they were (see at the end).
- There are different types of Work Permits available and typically two apply to footballers. Tier 2 means that the player can stay in the UK with a two year extention if they have 70 immigration points (which requires an FA endorsement, 10 for providing proof he won't be a strain on the state and 10 for the command of the English language (important). A Tier 5 WP only lasts a year where failure is on the English language test. It allows him to play and then master the language, sit a test and then apply for Tier 2 WP. Extensions can be provided to the length of contract.
- Moving forward post Brexit there is no decision but it has been discussed. One idea on the table is that any new application for EU citizens to move to the Premier League or move between PL clubs) will be the same process as for non EU players, and that players already at PL clubs will be given an exemption for the length of their existing contract.

The Work Permit requirements:

The player needs a minimum of four points and summary goes something like this:
- The value of the transfer fee (alone) that is to be paid is between the top 75% and 100% of all transfers to Premier League clubs in the previous 2 windows - 3 points
- The value of the transfer fee being paid for the player is between 50% and 75% of all transfers to Premier League clubs in the previous 2 windows - 2 points
- The basic wage (excluding bonuses) being paid to the player by the new club is in the top 25% of the top 30 earners at the club - 3 points
- The basic wage (excluding bonuses) being paid to the player by the new club is between 50% and 75% of all the top 30 earners at the club - 2 points
- Subjectively, the player’s current club is in a recognised "top" league and the player has played in 30% or more of the available domestic league minutes - 1 point
- The player’s existing club has played in the group stages or onwards of the Champions League, Europa League or the Copa Libertadores within the last 12 months and the player has played in 30% or more of the available domestic league minutes - 1 point
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1.) 20 Feb 2019 11:57:00
An excellent explanation but as I mentioned last week I’m sure a good proportion of this is going to change, so won’t be relevant / maybe not too radically at the end of this season, , but it will over the course next 2/ 3 seasons The FA will ring the changes, NOTE, Man City are already looking for more U. K. talent, and they will drive up the prices, of Home grown lads. IRONMIKE.

{Ed002's Note - I am not so sure what won't be relevant. Many of the clubs are looking to HG players to bolster the squad but this results in prices rising sadly.}


2.) 20 Feb 2019 12:22:37
Goodness Thanks Ed 002, very informative and in depth and much appreciated.

Now for my 2nd question albeit in theory.

When leaving the EU and its regulations, if the Premier League or FA wanted to ( massive if), could they bring in a rule where as only a certain amount of non UK players can be in a squad?,

Basically what i'm getting at could they go back to the days when I think only 2 foreign players were allowed in a team. Obviously this won't happen but I just wanted to know if they wanted to could they as no longer under EU Working Law.

{Ed002's Note - They will not look to change the rule in that way and it won't be related to non-EU players, but they may look to increase the HG quota from 8 to something else (12 has been proposed). The means the non HG quota would reduce to 13 and they would also have to amend the rules as some of the HG quota will be EU or even non EU (rest of the world) nationals (e.g. Nathan Ake is HG but an EU national.}


3.) 20 Feb 2019 13:11:28
Edd002 note, bloody hell Ed, well done for the info on Warrington’s post👍Think I would have been inclined to say, no idea, look up for yourself😂🤣 Understood some but, became a bit complicated for me, but they pay their own people good money to sort it out! I ‘m only interested in who WH, sign not who they can’t sign! Looks like we could have some favourites back in again on Friday from injury, so that will be very interesting, if Lanzini gets on, he will get some ovation from the Stadium, what a massive miss he has been. Don’t want to tempt fate, but should be 3 points for us here⚒⚒⚒⚒COYI.


4.) 20 Feb 2019 15:42:18
Thanks for the info Ed and the time taken to write it, much appreciated.


5.) 21 Feb 2019 08:54:22
Awesome work. Thanks Ed.


6.) 24 Feb 2019 12:23:49
Just a thought on the potential requirement for more HG players - if fewer superstars can be in the PL and its quality, by definition, goes down, I wonder if tv rights will be less attractive and packages will suffer.


 

 

15 Jan 2019 14:23:58
I just read a report Hernadez has agreed personal terms with Valencia for £140k a week, apparently this is reports from Sky Italia.

It says noting about a transfer fee or mush else, is this just usual BS from bored journalist with no that have sweet FA to write about?

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1.) 15 Jan 2019 15:43:53
If Arnie and hernadez do go that will bring the wage bill down
Through Antonio up front
Should leave enough in the pot to bring in a striker and cm.


2.) 15 Jan 2019 20:03:19
Moussa marega would be my choice.


 

 

01 Oct 2018 08:45:30
Well Well Well, it looks MP has finally got his system right and the players to carry out his plan. I was as many on his back and thought it inevitable the writing was on the wall for him and his staff, perhaps DS can use the compo money put aside for MP and his staff and pay Rice what he is worth.

I thought Fabinski was brilliant, he looked safe and assured, as was most of the players.

Have we employed a surgeon does any one know?, It looks like Zabba and Nobbs have both had leg transplants there were brilliant Rice is getting better and better and Arnie was superb leading the line.

A personal apology from my end to MP as I honestly thought he had lost the plot, congrats to those on here that did say give him time and stuck to their guns.

We now look like we have a system and we ARE looking good, i'm not getting carried away but this season maybe we can use to bed in with this new system, it will confirm to MP what players he can move on and more excitedly what new players to bring in to suit his style. could this be at last the move forward we were promised?

Before anyone shoots me down, i'm not getting carried away after 3 brilliant results, but I can see a style of how he wants to play for the future and it looks exciting. long may it continue.

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1.) 01 Oct 2018 10:54:57
Well said Warrington. I voiced my concerns a while back on this
Yay - We're brilliant, great appointment, great signings - excited
Then overnight
Rubbish - Manager is past it, terrible signings, sack everyone, usual Hammers doom and gloom again
Yeah of course I was worried after first few games, but I did really hope that it was really just a matter of time to settle down, find a system, lots of new signings from abroad etc.
Yeah as a Hammers fan I'm used to false dawns and lack of ambition but also I have patience. Not got excited much since 1986, so I'm pretty easily satisfied.


2.) 01 Oct 2018 13:47:55
Question of course now is where does Wilshire fit in after his injury?


3.) 01 Oct 2018 14:26:58
I have to agree with you all, future looking exciting however my worry now is that we have had a few more long term injuries so look pretty exposed if the likes of Rice, Obiang, Noble get injured, any suggestions who you think would replace those three if they get injured.


4.) 01 Oct 2018 17:54:03
I think Obiang and Noble doing so well infront of Dec is a blessing for us in terms of Jack. Firstly, we need more then two players who can play in those 2 CM positions to have a good season. Secondly, MP seems to have settled for a NATURAL DM in a 3 man midfield, which is perfect for JW to flourish, as it has done for Noble and Obiang's games. Thirdly, he has genuine competition for his place now so he needs to motivate himself to get back in and then keep his place.
Im interested to see where Snodgrass plays in the future. Seems the wing is not quite right (pace? ), and we have some good yougsters there. Maybe a more central role where is effort (great vs UTD) and passing is well suited.
My worry is Sanchez injury, we could be screwed if Dec gets injured. Who else plays there? Zaba? Already proved Noble and Obiang cannot do it.
This 11 is looking good, but the punch comes when we get injuries. I want Lanzini back! Word goes out to Antonio, think he has been better as a CF than on the wing, he is physically a handful there and was lucky not to have 2 vs Chelsea.


5.) 02 Oct 2018 08:04:09
Its all about a squad Nickinho, its inevitable that injuries will occur and missed games through yellow cards accumulation but as I mentioned above MP seems to have a certain way of playing as in a system and style,

You could even see that about the way the fringe players played against Macclesfield, ( i'm not talking about the result or how low MACCS are i'm talking about a tactical system on how the players were playing) so he must be involving all players on the training pitch and drilling this system in

We will have to see how we react when we need to replace a player . but we do have good players and will flourish under MP, this season for me is a bed in, let's get our feet under the table and than maybe next season start really to push and see where we go.

We are going to drop points against so called lower teams, we may get hammered against a couple of teams BUT we are starting to have a way of playing and this has been evident in the last 4 games, I am a little excited for the future now,

I honestly can not believe i'm typing this, 3 weeks ago I was having sleepless nights of Big Scam coming back :~)


6.) 03 Oct 2018 12:09:47
That could be a master stroke ZABALETTA at CDM or MASUAKU or FREDERICKS could play there if desperate. COYI.


7.) 03 Oct 2018 12:52:47
Sorry Whorya, but Masuaku cannot defend, great going forward but as a defender your first job is to defend. He just cannot defend!


8.) 03 Oct 2018 14:36:43
It is so tough to have a top quality squad of players these days, with strength in depth in all positions, especially for teams outside the top 6, funds are just not there given the huge fees on players and agents these days. Credit goes to the managers when they get the balance right. What is more important, a stand out player at £40m who could be hit and miss, or even get injured, or a decent squad of players to compete with each other? I suppose it depends on the base squad you already have, and the total funds you have, but it is a tough balance to get right each window.
To compare the cost of our "squad" of defensive players to Man City's, the total transfer fees we have paid for our whole defensive group of players (2xGK, 4xCB, 2xRB, 2xLB and 2xDM) is £61.6m (from transfermarket) . Man City paid £58.5m on Laporte alone! The total cost of our starting 11 vs Man Utd was £118m, while Pogba and Fellaini alone cost them £124m.
I think our transfer business this summer is proving to be great.


9.) 05 Oct 2018 09:31:34
Philmac, Regards your 1 October post,
where is Wilshere going to fit in after injury, my answer is, he simply won’t fit in anywhere and we honestly shouldn’t have had the problem as we shouldn’t have signed a crock! I have a very low opinion of him, a number on here rate him, I don’t, he’s his own biggest fan👎Thought I was in the minority, however looking for team news tonight, a related article by Tony Cascarino slated the signing saying "he was flabbergasted he was given such a lucrative contract given his poor injury record, he was a vanity signing, also WH have looked so much better without him and he is not suited to today’s Premiership standards due to fitness" etc.

Also he’s not the only ex pro to state that, our ex Dean Ashton had severe doubts about Wilshere, he was excellent maybe up to a couple of years ago, but not now, frightened to run and get tackled in case of affecting a reoccurrence! Massive waste of financial resources!


10.) 05 Oct 2018 16:34:28
Fair play Chelms, you have stuck by your opinion of JW. And as a Hammers fan I am sure you equally hope he proves you wrong and turns out great for us. What fan wouldnt.
Tony Cascarino was a bit unfair IMO. Saying West Ham have been better without him was a bit short sighted. Its true that we have been better since his injury, but unfair to suggest the improvement was because of Jack's absence. In those first 4 games NONE of the players (with the exception of Fabianski) were particularly impressive, and all the players were tactically adjusting and getting to know each other. People layed into Rice after the Liverpool game when he played DM, look at him now. I hope/ think Jack will be equally as good or even better than Noble and Obiang so long as Dec continues his fine form in DM.


11.) 05 Oct 2018 17:09:46
Nickino, that’s a very fair and honest assessment you have posted, you must be a very fair and patient man👍I don’t think it at all fair myself when well known personalities hang others in public knowing that possibly millions will read them, hopefully my own comments on JW is only read by a very small amount of people. As you say I would love JW to make me look a real mug and turn into a great signing🙈🙈will be nervously watching tonight hoping we can carry our form over to the Amex stadium tonight👍COYI⚒⚒⚒⚒.


12.) 06 Oct 2018 11:59:05
I said if desperate John regarding masuaku mate.


 

 

03 Sep 2018 14:19:27
Mike or Ed 002, in your knowledge of wisdow what would be looking at in getting rid of MP and the rest of his entourage, could we be looking at 30m plus?

Warrington Seymour

{Ed002's Note - I don’t know what the provision of the contracts are but it would not be a surprise if the cost was well over 7 figures.}


1.) 03 Sep 2018 17:33:46
Can't you send them back under the trade discription act - not fit for purpose lol.


 

 

 

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09 Jul 2019 21:17:59
Is it that big of a shock Gomez goes to a CL team. He said all along that's his preference, the problem is IMO is that unless we have positive negotions in the fire already, clubs will pick up we may be desperate and so the price soars let's just hope we have had the insight of back ups in case of this scenerio.

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03 Jul 2019 09:16:05
Here we go again with Arnoutovic. Yes he is under contract, yes we should decide when he can be transferred and yes his brother is a mouthy so and so with a brain the size of a pea who thinks his brother is on the level of a Messi, but for god sake just get this bloke out the club.

I know out of principle we could let him rot in the reserves for £100k a week, we could fine him if he does not turn up for training but what is the point? .

Unfortunately this is the way some players are and no matter how much of a stance you take, it just disrupts the club and more importantly the team. Get as much as you can for him, say thank you very much for his service and tell him to frig off as quickly as possible.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 03 Jul 2019 10:34:28
We have got to get rid, however, given we are making good strides with good young players ATM we cannot leave a precedence that suggests these players can go on the cheap if they force their way. If he wants to go to China for cash then just sell, his value will only go down from here on and he will be forgotten completely over there, which young and ambitious players would not want to mimic, and hence won't follow suit. If he wants to go to a European club however, then £30m minimum, or £25m with waived loyalty fee based on handing in transfer request.
Looking at stats on transfermarket. co. uk Arnie scored or assisted a goal every 137 minutes for us last season. Meanwhile, in a struggling Newcastle team who had far less going forward than us until Almiron arrived in Jan, Rondon scored or assisted a goal every 138 minutes. Food for thought, we are not losing much if Arnie goes, and i think MP and Husillos are easily capable of replacing his goals and contributions. Rondon could do it, and we would make a profit, and he would probs be a backup to a bigger signing LIKE Gomez anyway! We don't need 4 strikers like last season, just 2 who are committed and happy at the club and want to play for the team.

How the Arnautovic brothers are not embarrassed by their behaviour is beyond me. Why would we reject £35m and give him a new contract if we were trying to sell him in Jan, this comment defines stupidity. THEY agreed a £40m release clause (for 5 months) up to end of June, only to hand in a transfer request the DAY AFTER it expires saying there is a £19m bid (less than half), this is simply embarrassing. Our football and our great club will be far better without him.


2.) 03 Jul 2019 11:13:10
Apparently any Arnautovic contract isn’t worth the paper it’s rotten on.


3.) 03 Jul 2019 16:03:16
Mercenary that's all markro.


4.) 03 Jul 2019 17:26:06
The blokes an idiot it's as if he's trying to act so foolish we just wash our hands with it and let him go for a low price simply to get them away from our club. can't say I wouldn't be tempted to take less than what we should be getting just to get these clowns away from our club.


 

 

27 Jun 2019 08:28:54
I really don't care what the histrionics are with Payet and West ham, for whatever reason he wanted/ needed to return to France. Without knowing the absolute facts for this decision it's difficult to make a judgement.

What I do know is the way he acted in all of this was pretty shallow and ungrateful. Although through his own ability playing for West ham put him in the shop window and allowed him to be picked for his country, who knows if he would have stuck it out at West ham he may have actually gained a World Cup winners medal, something I would imagine may be a massive regret in his career.

So are West ham, testing the water with the fans to see if he may return? a couple of points here, firstly the way he was reported in the media in departure it would be a brave man to actually want to come back to the club, he has to have pretty thick skin to ignore the abuse he would receive, secondly if his playing well to the standard he was at West ham and still confident enough of his ability would DGS ignore his antics previously and try resign? . I doubt very much. But if MP really thinks he could be a link into trying to break into the top 6 they may try persuade the board. time is a great healer!

Conclusion in my opinion, If his still up to the standard of the Prem and lost none of his ability and feels he owes West ham something and wants to return, I for one would not be getting on his back. Football is football, he was not born in West ham, he did not leave West ham to join Spurs, Chelsea, Arsenal, and he wanted to go home for whatever reason. If the price is right and he is brave enough to return then so be it, I more interested in the progress of our team, rather than look back and hold a grudge. I know other fans will totally disagree with me and would not want him anywhere near the club, but that's my opinion. To be honest I would be surprised if he were to return but as mentioned football is football and nothing surprises me any more.

Warrington Seymour

1.) 27 Jun 2019 12:02:12
He wouldn’t have gotten a World Cup medal as the only reason he missed out was injury in the Europa league final nothing to do with West Ham and leaving.


2.) 28 Jun 2019 04:00:29
He was a great player no doubt I've heard a couple of stories but as you pointed warrington, its the manner in which he left.


3.) 29 Jun 2019 16:35:09
Rumour that moussa marega deal close. Happy cause this gomez saga smacks of the same epic we had when we chased bacca and lacazette.


 

 

27 Jun 2019 08:07:44
Now that it seems Wan Bissaka is on his way to Man U for a whopping £50m, and the likelihood of Zaha ending up somewhere for £70m plus Palace have money to burn, (or Parish will buy Suzzanna Reed a nice big ring), I expect them to come in for Antonio.

I love Antonio but at 30 next March if a bid comes in from Palace for around £25m plus I have a feeling they will let him go.

I have mixed feelings if trying to replace him for that amount of money will be hard and I just think for the sake of £25m ( not being flippant that football money) think he is a fantastic member of the squad and would keep him for least another season. Any comments of this?

Warrington Seymour

1.) 27 Jun 2019 20:22:10
Always been an Antonio fan, as said before, no finesse, but a runner and a trier and can score a few goals👍 Wrong move for to sell him imo! ⚒⚒⚒.


2.) 29 Jun 2019 00:07:57
I’d keep Antonio, he’s never been blessed with finesse, but he’s the one I’d play up top with an attacking midfield to support.


 

 

12 Jun 2019 09:45:43
Good Morning all

A rather inconsistent season last year which showed the very best and worst of us. I said at the beginning of last season that as long as we did not get relegated MP in my eyes had a free season, to see where we are who he needs to bring in and more importantly who he needs to ship out.

This season I expect more consistency and have mixed feelings what to expect. My head is telling me that we should be around the 7th 8th at least top 10 come the end of the season, but even that will be a challenge, Everton improved to the latter part of the season and Wolves are definitely a team to watch, Watford have a decent manager and look solid.

Because of the quality and vast amounts of money of other teams its so so difficult to get a sniff at the top 6 BUT not impossible,

I hope the fixtures when they come out tomorrow will be kind to us and we hit the ground running.

Im going to stick my neck out and say apart from Man C, Liverpool we can challenge with the Spurs, Chelski, Arsenal and Man U who I personally think will have a new manager by Christmas.

If not and we have another average season the question begs, Where do we go from there?

Warrington Seymour

1.) 12 Jun 2019 21:33:27
The top 6 will remain the top 6. I think we’ll be battling with Everton for 7th. A nice cup run would be decent.


 

 

 

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12 Jul 2019 12:24:26
I suggest Hardcore, that WH representatives pop to Boots and buy a Black and Blue inked pen and get straight to the City Airport.

While they are doing that book a medical hospital where ever Hallers is right now in the World and fly the medical team out.

If they want £40m give them what they want and offer Hallers and his family free day passes to Peter Pans Playground in Southend, with as much Jellied Eels they can eat until his contract ends.

This guy is a top top players and in my view is a game changer for us.

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08 Jul 2019 12:17:44
its gone midday Hardcore.

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25 Jun 2019 08:47:31
Hi Marko

IMO I really do not think we would be able to see a fully fit Lanzini, Wiltshire and Yammo all at once, i'm expecting the usual few games from Jack than out for a month with a ankle injury, and than get fit play a few more games and the same will happen again, its a shame as when on his game his brilliant but his just one of those who will go down as what could have been if not for injury

Im still a little unsure with Yarmo, he scored 2 good goals against Everton a fluke goal v Man U but he really did not look fit to me and his body language was not great, when defending players were running past him with little effort. i'm looking forward to see the real player this season and will make my judgement from there

I agree with a couple of the posts that I would consider letting Lanzini go, Yes his a good player but he has been injured and to be brutality frank I feel we are moving up a gear as in player level. A few seasons ago he was a god send for us and was quality, but you have to remember he stood out when others around him were dire, so yes he is a good players but not irreplaceable.

All I want this year is improvement, the only team in this league we seemed to be constantly being rolled over by is Man C ( so does everyone), OK Liverpool away is hard for many teams but we showed at home we can compete. With Man C it always seems a fore gone conclusion even before the match starts. So I want to see a little more fight and a closer match against Man C and be more consistent against the so called lower teams.

We are in a mini league that is it, so let try top that and have a decent cup run, realistically that the best we can hope for this season, until a level playing field is introduced by the powers that be so clubs who have money to burn can just not by up all the best players, who can afford to spend £60m on a squad player? unfortunately the Prem league is a monster and run away train that won't stop until it crashes.

One very easy adjustment to the Prem is to have a play off for the 4th CL spot as in 4,5,6,7 winners going into the Cl losers into Europa, its so easy, it will give teams like us, Wolves, Everton, etc at least a sniff of a CL spot. I just do not understand why they can't introduce this, its not rocket science.

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20 Jun 2019 19:05:42
Its a merry go round bkk, we sould be pouring money into coaching the youth and developing them into top top players, its not instant sucesss and have to be patient but unless a multi billionaire comes in we will and always will be playing in a leauge within a leauge if that makes sense. I have said the only way to even out is to have a cap on how much a teams spend a season, this will distrbute the best players around the teams hence making it more even . This will never happen, so the only way is to protect the sport is to let all the big teams piss off to a super leauge and get football back in England into Division, 1234.

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20 Jun 2019 11:59:56
Glen : so in your philosophy where does it stop?, so we buy cheap sell big, than buy cheap and sell big, and then what? How do we create a team and solidness keep chopping and changing.

Lets face it, the Prem is a monster out of control where fairness has nothing to do with it, the deeper the pockets the more successful you are, Leicester was a one off and will never happen again. Until the transfer rules change as in you can only spend a certain amount a season, unless you have oil coming out of your backside it will always be catch up. we will never reach a level of Manchester s, Liverpool and any other team unless you are a billionaire and in season to come you will prob need a multi billionaire and more importantly willing to invest

With us paying £20 odd mill for a player and maybe getting £50m back in a season, in comparison to the teams mentioned its small change, they will spend £50m as a routine squad player, that's how far they are ahead.

I say let all of these teams bugger off to a super league in Europe, get football back to what it should be with even regulations in money, it should be the best coach tactical awareness win matches, not having a billion pound worth of talent on the pitch that could probably win a game without any tactics at all.

Football is going in such a ugly direction, let's hope the Championship does not follow suit, but I can see it happening sooner rather than latter where billionaires will buy up championship sides to reach the promised land. Sorry chaps rant over, anyone fancy a pint?

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16 Jul 2019 20:04:32
I keep looking at the news site, its 8pm medical over, I hope someone popped to boots and bought a pen, come on what's the hold up?, never mind posing in a shirt with his arms crossed as a hammer just report his signed.

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27 Jun 2019 09:37:33
Hi Irontodd

Its a valid point, but we have Rice and now Sanchez is back, and suppose at a push Noble could drop in there, in fact that's where I can see Noble playing as his career comes to an end.

Billing is only 23 and i'm unsure if its a wise move at such a young age to come and be 2nd or even 3rd choice DM. to break into the Denmark team i'm sure he would need to be playing regular,

Saying that if Rice has another blinding season and stupid money comes in next Summer for him that the DGS just can't refuse than it could very well be the perfect person to come in to get used to the team, its one of those really, and kind of depends how long they think they could keep hold of Rice, but a very decent shout on your behalf.

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30 May 2019 09:05:06
Id have Costa all day long, but would that mean Arnie leaving? as it could end up a Dyer v Bowyer moment on the pitch.

Those to young to remember it u tube it 2005 Newcastle v Villa.

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30 May 2019 08:18:05
Snodgrass going in the other direction?

Iron so what your saying, is for a player who in my opinion gave it his all and played for the shirt last season and was pretty much a regular player and done really well, is to do a swap deal for someone that David ( i'm so great Westham are lucky to have me ) Moyes wanted and we take the risk of losing what we have in Snodgrass, sorry mate I totally disagree.

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23 May 2019 08:17:46
Its a tough call if a massive bid comes in not just for DGS but for Declan himself

Unfortunately he will eventually go as I can not see for the life of me us ever getting in the CL and it will be an absolute push to finish top 7 especially with Wolves now posturing and I suspect Leicester will be pushing as well

Its so hard for any team to push ahead, who would be a owner in the Prem outside the main 6 teams, yes you get a massive amount of money but you also expected to invest a massive amount of money to show to the fans your are trying to move forward, but in reality unless your willing to spend absolute hundreds of millions and keep an eye on the Fair Play rules its a dead league.


I have said this so many times on here before that the Premier League really need to introduce a different format where as the so called middle of the road teams who will not be fighting relegation nor a European spot have some kind of incentive towards the latter part of the season.

I have mentioned before maybe having a play off of 4th 5th 6th 7th with the winners going into the CL and the losers into Europa, at least a 7th place side would have a chance of CL football, it would crank things up.

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