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The information I used was obtained from the GET and the clubs website. No rumours, just info that was presented in the public domain. But of course most people prefer some kind of "conspiracy theory" instead of published facts.


Typical Fishy over-reaction again Rancid. No one is suggesting a conspiracy theory at all simply that I and probably others don't really know what went on about Amond's departure as so many different tales abound.

I was minded to take your story on board until I read that the GET was one of your sources



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It's been.....it's gone
Podge is doing ok for himself
Hurst has proven that he will jump Given the opportunity
Bogle needs to be at the right club

Any chance we can move on?



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Bogle will be on five figures a week until July when his contract is up. It is unlikely but feasible he could return on loan if we paid maybe 20 percent of his wages, possibly 30 percent up to around 3k a week. That said, how much room is in the budget? He'll be on a free transfer now I'd imagine but we couldn't commit to anything like his current wage.

Our entire wage bill is around £1.8m I believe on the last accounts which includes non playing staff as well. Bogle's current wage would be around £500000 a year so around a quarter of the budget for the entire clubs staff!

On loan possible, but the player is unlikely to want to play at league 2 level and will surely have offers at least in league one. If Cardiff can't get him off the books permanently even on a free, they'll want as much of his wages paying as possible.
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Bogle will be on five figures a week until July when his contract is up. It is unlikely but feasible he could return on loan if we paid maybe 20 percent of his wages, possibly 30 percent up to around 3k a week. That said, how much room is in the budget? He'll be on a free transfer now I'd imagine but we couldn't commit to anything like his current wage.

Our entire wage bill is around £1.8m I believe on the last accounts which includes non playing staff as well. Bogle's current wage would be around £500000 a year so around a quarter of the budget for the entire clubs staff!

On loan possible, but the player is unlikely to want to play at league 2 level and will surely have offers at least in league one. If Cardiff can't get him off the books permanently even on a free, they'll want as much of his wages paying as possible.


He won’t come back here on what we can pay him.
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He won’t come back here on what we can pay him.


Small percentage of his wage on loan. That's my point and the only half chance of pulling it off. He'd score a lot of goals for us no doubt and could well take us into and through the play offs.
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If I was Bogle I'd sack off a big chunk of my remaining Cardiff money and score a shitload of goals for GTFC between now and May. Then I'd be in a much better position contract-wise in the summer. Short term loss, long term gain.

If Bogle was me he'd probably tell himself to shut up!


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Or worse still, what if he comes to the end of his Cardiff contract and he's got no takers/offers?...it's not being the realms of possibility that he'll end up in league 2 on £2.5k a week...
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If I was Bogle I'd sack off a big chunk of my remaining Cardiff money and score a shitload of goals for GTFC between now and May. Then I'd be in a much better position contract-wise in the summer. Short term loss, long term gain.

If Bogle was me he'd probably tell himself to shut up!


He can have his cake and eat it. He can come to us on loan as they seem desperate to ship him out on loan. Pay a portion, Cardiff pay most, Bogle gets his 10k a week and puts himself in the shop window.
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He can have his cake and eat it. He can come to us on loan as they seem desperate to ship him out on loan. Pay a portion, Cardiff pay most, Bogle gets his 10k a week and puts himself in the shop window.


And gets to play for a charismatic manager who’s led teams into the premier league.


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I saw your face and heard you call my name.
Oh my friend we're older but no wiser,
For in our hearts the dreams are still the same.
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It's been.....it's gone
Podge is doing ok for himself
Hurst has proven that he will jump Given the opportunity
Bogle needs to be at the right club

Any chance we can move on?



Not while we've got strikers who can't hit a cows bottom with a banjo


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