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He’s on £6,000 a week at Cardiff. Was on £15,000 at Wigan.


What about £600 a week and a meal at Papa's every Friday?
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The only striker I would welcome is Amond. How we let him go I'll never know🙄


Because PH thought he had to prove himself at League 2 level.


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He’s on £6,000 a week at Cardiff. Was on £15,000 at Wigan.


He had another two years on his contract at Wigan, why on earth would he agree to that?


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He had another two years on his contract at Wigan, why on earth would he agree to that?


Well I'd have thought Wigan would have paid him so much and come to some mutual agreement. So he'd lose less financially. Isn't that how it works.
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Absolutely ridiculous. He was on nothing like £15k at Wigan.
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Well I'd have thought Wigan would have paid him so much and come to some mutual agreement. So he'd lose less financially. Isn't that how it works.


Mutual agreements can be had, yes, but a reduction of £9,000 a week over two years is very nearly £1m gross. No way would Omar take a hit like that (why should he?), nor would Wigan come close to bridging that kind of gap themselves.

He’ll be on more than £6,000 now and he’ll have been on less than £15,000 at Wigan. In fact, I suspect the deal between Cardiff and Wigan will have been based on Cardiff paying them back the same fee they paid us and then more or less taking on the remainder of his contract.


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I thought 10ka week was mentioned when he went to Wigan, could be wrong
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I remember saying at the time of his departure that i thought he was top end League1, bottom end of the Championship ability wise, and that a million was good business when there were some comparing him to Kemar Roofe and thinking we should be getting the same millions Leeds paid for him. It was a gamble by Wigan and would have been a million well spent if his goals had kept them up.

His goalscoring record in League 2 in the short time he was in it was excptional, and eclipsed his goalscoring record for us in non league by some distance, so to question his time in the league with us is baffling to say the least. Just looked it up and he got 19 in 27 games. He's too good for us at the moment and someone somewhere higher will have him no doubt.
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He tore up League 2 hence he got his big move, but I'd say our wage structure maxes out at 3k for the likes of Hanson, we really couldn't go further.





doubt if anyone on more tha £2k a week at Town - only Ollie
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