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Donald_Valley
09-01-2015, 04:04 PM
Serious question. Have we over extended ourselves?

jolly_roger
09-01-2015, 04:06 PM
Possibly

The lack of activity on the retail units at NYS isn't helping.

Neither is the stalled Guest and Chrimes development.

English Heritage will have us all still living in caves if it was left to them.

robsmillers
09-01-2015, 04:07 PM
Yeah we could be having only bid 600k for doyle???

hillsborough miller
09-01-2015, 04:09 PM
i think english heritage may have been the objection to planning permission so making us suffer. until that eyesore goes we arnt going to sell retails units

CrackersATM
09-01-2015, 04:14 PM
Donald can you expand your thoughts to ask this question. It looks like to me the usual SE January transfer window pattern. Selling one of the few players in Revell guaranteed to start is strange but we moved Nardiello on when he had the best goals to minutes on the pitch by a mile.

It's worked for SE before and I would see the whole Jan out and who comes in and goes. Chesterfield have already complained that Paul Raynor is talking about Eoin Doyle. BBC website also says transfer target Ben Pringle could be rested tomorrow pending a move.

UTM!

Galant
09-01-2015, 05:10 PM
NO No and NO.
Revell and Pringle are now Championship players on League 2 wages - Cardiff will be paying way above our wage limit and Pringle hasn't agreed yet because Millwall can't pay what his agent wants.
The truth is that we aren't in financial trouble BECAUSE we let these players go and make a nice profit and freshen up the team for the second half of the season at the same time.

mickymiller
09-01-2015, 05:50 PM
I think wr have learned from the past and its all about balance we are doing that at the moment
stick to the budget and pay structure

Archiemiller
09-01-2015, 05:58 PM
Possibly

The lack of activity on the retail units at NYS isn't helping.

Neither is the stalled Guest and Chrimes development.

English Heritage will have us all still living in caves if it was left to them.Was hoping them muslim terrorists were going to keep traveling north and get holed up in G&C derelict building then our boys would have an excuse to blow it to smithereenz,never mind hope the phukin wind blows it down.>:( >:(

JohnLeedsMiller
09-01-2015, 06:28 PM
Serious question. Have we over extended ourselves?

When you owe the banks or the VAT man 500k with no assets you have a serious problem. When you owe someone 20 million plus, its their problem.

ida
09-01-2015, 06:33 PM
Serious question. Have we over extended ourselves?

Serious question, lol.

Yawn!

Donald_Valley
09-01-2015, 07:39 PM
Well the way I look at it, we have cashed in on Revs and Pringle (who will in no doubt leave before the end of January). Yes I understand that they would both go for free at the end of the season however, surely the loss of the two of them makes us weaker and therefore more likely to go down. Maybe both would have been on the fringes of the team given recent form but we don't half look threadbare at the moment.

So, 400k gained at the potential risk of relegation. That leads to my question. Surely survival is worth much much more.

Oh and anyone can bid 600k for a player - it costs nowt to bid.

CrackersATM
09-01-2015, 08:02 PM
Well the way I look at it, we have cashed in on Revs and Pringle (who will in no doubt leave before the end of January). Yes I understand that they would both go for free at the end of the season however, surely the loss of the two of them makes us weaker and therefore more likely to go down. Maybe both would have been on the fringes of the team given recent form but we don't half look threadbare at the moment.

So, 400k gained at the potential risk of relegation. That leads to my question. Surely survival is worth much much more.

Oh and anyone can bid 600k for a player - it costs nowt to bid.

Donald when we're about to go belly up the first time we gave away players like Scottish International fullback Robbie Stockdale to ambitious Hull City to get him off the wage bill. Unfortunately for Robbie and Hull his form dipped faster than the Scottish National Team. Because we are strong under TS and being taken seriously by pe

niamh999
09-01-2015, 08:09 PM
No were not in financial trouble were just running it like a business and getting some money for someone rather than nothing at the end of the season , people need to go and watch the football and leave the running to a succesful businessman whos doing a sterling job