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The only striker I would welcome is Amond. How we let him go I'll never know🙄
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Not on Twitter but have heard rumours he was putting out a "come and get me" tweet recently?


I don't think that was directed at us somehow


Well I did try to tell you all Jolley was a mistake

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The idea of Bogle returning in this window seems less ridiculous now than it did a couple of weeks ago, but it’s still a long, long shot at the very best. Let’s just break it down.

Bogle will be going out in January, that much seems clear. It will probably be a loan deal, because he’s believed to be on c. £10k a week at Cardiff and he’ll not be getting anything like that at his next club.

Cardiff won’t care where he goes, he ain’t coming back - it’s just a case of getting as much of his wages off their payroll as possible. Even if Town really wanted to push the boat out, how far could we go? £2k - £3k a week absolute max I’d imagine, possibly less. For that to be agreeable to Cardiff there would have to be literally no one else willing to pay more, and given that he’s done relatively well in his previous loan spells in League One that seems highly unlikely.

Even if we did manage to agree something with Cardiff, would he really want to come back? You could argue that coming back to the place where he’s loved could be just what he needs to restart his career, or that Ollie’s just the character he needs right now. You could equally argue that going right back to where he was three years ago would be the ultimate symbol of failure.

Again, we’d have to be the only club in the running. If he has an option in League One, he has to take it for the sake of his career.

It’s probably one to file under ‘stranger things have happened in football’ (it’s probably not that much stranger than Ollie being here), but so many stars would have to align for it to happen, I just can’t see it.


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Much as I rated Bogle, enough to do my bit for OP anyway, I do wonder what has happened to his career. It seemed to have stalled very quickly didn't it? Substitutions, on the bench, loaned out .....A player who cost that much you would expect to be at least a regular at Championship or at least L1 for the past 2-3 seasons. So I would wonder why and perhaps have some reservations now about paying a fee and/or big wages for him.


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Quoted from Poojah
The idea of Bogle returning in this window seems less ridiculous now......

It’s probably one to file under ‘stranger things have happened in football’ (it’s probably not that much stranger than Ollie being here), but so many stars would have to align for it to happen, I just can’t see it.


Good post, it occurs to me that if Bogle did go to a Lge2 club, then regrettably Scunny would have a better shout, the Hurst link, or any club close to the Midlands if he wants to be there.   If Doyle is going back to bradford dont Swindon have a slot free? And as everyones been saying Lge 1 is most obvious option anyhow.


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Towards the end of his time with us, he had an inflated ego and wasn't much of a team player, so I dread to think what it's like now he's had a few years at a higher level.  No doubt he has talent, but personally I think his attitude is lacking and he'd be a disruptive character in the dressing room.
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I think if he signed to a club in L2 again he'd be one of the best strikers in the league, don't see it happening though and imagine he'll end up at one of the larger L1 clubs that are willing to take a chance on him. Doesn't seem to have found a team and system that works for him yet and I'm not sure of the reasons why. I think with the right manager and coaching he could be great at a high level, I think he's a player that needs to feel loved and have a team cater to him as he quickly tends to lose his temper and focus when things aren't going his way. He's always thrived better when he has that confidence and rhythm to his game.


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Good post, it occurs to me that if Bogle did go to a Lge2 club, then regrettably Scunny would have a better shout, the Hurst link, or any club close to the Midlands if he wants to be there.   If Doyle is going back to bradford dont Swindon have a slot free? And as everyones been saying Lge 1 is most obvious option anyhow.


Funny thing - for some reason I can't explain, I never really felt that Hurst rated him that highly.



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Big pay packet and big ego. Plus looking at other teams fans boards he seems to be classed as lazy..
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can we do another crowdfunder to sign him?


SHUT UP!

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