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nealeardleyscrossing
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They bought 2.5 mill of shares which bypasses FFP.  Similarly to what we did.  What is happening at Lincoln wheels look like they are coming off when best players want to leave lol.


You should stop drinking in the day. Best players??

Akinde has started 2 games - We have Walker and have just got a lad from Arsenal who is massively rated by them - He has played in cups and been on bench in PL.

O'Connor is never fit, getting on, though has been a good player.
Andrade is good but has struggled at this level - 17 appearances in L1 - 1 goal and 1 assist .

We are hardly setting the world alight in L1 but we just need to stay in it - we have played 5 more away games than any team - and only have 7 away games left so just need 19 points more. It is a very tough league - hopefully we can keep picking up points - Massive game for us tomorrow and Saturday - hopfully send Bolton further down your way..

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Not quite the same situation but I remember when John Oster rejoined us on loan, about five years after he left us for his big money move to the Premier League.

We were (bottom of the) Championship at the time but he was way too good for us. I didn't think we'd be able to get him on loan but he used it to start playing football again as he hadn't been given a run of games at Sunderland.

Coming to Town will be hugely risky for Bogle, even if money wasn't an issue. On one hand it could kick-start his career again and put him in the shop window, as Andy Todd's loan did, or he could end up doing his ACL.

(I'm aware Oster was a loan deal and Bogle's would be permanent - or a short-term contract at best.)


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You're right. This was the game that seemed to change him. I remember it well. We were 2-0 down at half-time and looked well beaten. They brought him off the subs bench at the start of the second half and within ten minutes we'd scored two goals, one he set up for Amond, the other he scored. He was unplayable in that half. From then on, something seemed to light up inside him and I thought he was great for us from this game onwards. (Incidentally, the kid that scored their third goal, Rhys Browne, was later signed by us off the back of his performance in this game, too, I think.)

Yep, Amond was class for most of the season but I seem to remember he ran out of steam a little bit at times towards then end of the campaign but Bogle really picked up in the run in.
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Not sure how they do it or get around it.

Akinde will go on big wages too, he doesnt get in our side apart from the bench and Akinde and O'connor are very injury prone - Those 3 will cost 10 k in weekly wages. We probably get 4 times theor attendences so as mentioned will be the Class of 92 funding it..


Ann sorry mate. Can you stop all this nicety and helping us out with good honest civilised responses and stick to the format that has been used on here by many scunts and some of your lot in previous seasons.



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Be worth splashing the cash to get him back just so we can reprise this:

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Bogle has to make sure he gets the next move right, I dare say it's the biggest move of his career.  He's 26 now and has 3 years of doing absolutely nothing.  Big danger he gets forgotten about and fades into obscurity.

Wouldn't surprise me if he drops down to League Two to make a statement, which will in turn (or at least should) get him another move to a higher level on decent money.

Not saying it'll be to us but if he takes the money element out of it, this should be a move he would want to make.  He knows he would be loved, he knows he would likely be first choice and it's a real shop window (especially with the increased media attention we have under Holloway).
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Just watched the Aldershot vid

Scorers Amond Bogle Arnold and Nolan all gone less than a year later, criminal


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

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Just watched the Aldershot vid

Scorers Amond Bogle Arnold and Nolan all gone less than a year later, criminal

Nolan wasn't ever gonna stay and Arnold wasn't good enough for L2 though.
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Nolan wasn't ever gonna stay and Arnold wasn't good enough for L2 though.


Your point being?



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

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Ooh, I reckon it was that only one of the four exits was criminal?


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