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  1. Do you know if the EFL is going to hold this season against clubs going forward? Or any kind of wiggle room towards FFP in regards to this season?
  2. I don’t think anyone is suggesting that. I think we are just saying giving him a pay rise makes sense due to possible cost of replacing him. I am sure the club have targets in mind if he does not sign but we know what we get from Fam with signs of him possibly taking his game to another level. No one wants the club to go beyond their means for sure. Maybe even my opinion has a bit of no covid around it. Idk how badly the lack of revenue will affects us long term. Meaning will we be about back to normal after next season or is this going to be years before we can operate the same?
  3. I have no faith we can replace him with better. Hell even if we did, do we have the ability to get more than what we get from Fam? Wells seemed like he’d be a sure thing and he has probably played half the season on the left. I think we all assume Kalas is our highest paid player, yes? Offer Fam that and if he signs he is worth that. Could be that he is playing for his next contract. I can accept that theory. It could also be Fam is really settled in his life and the area and is hitting his prime with years of experience in the league now. We go mad about resale value and all that. F
  4. That is a bad tackle in today’s game. Think he is fortunate ref gives yellow
  5. We needed Gregor to tell us this? Pretty sure it is common knowledge. Admittedly I am in a bit of a sour mood today though so don’t mind me. Fam, Paterson, Hunt, Walsh and Adelakun in that order. Weimann I am unsure. He will do a job wherever but I don’t want him taking minutes from a younger player. More consistent than Pato but think Pato more of a game changer. So either one but for me Pato. The others may go.
  6. I don’t think that is awful. Is it just me though? That won’t be worse than who barely stays up or comes up imo. We will definitely need a few but that is a good core to start with I think.
  7. Without reading everything... Financially we have maybe more worries about building a playoff competitive side than we did pre covid. That said, this will apply to many clubs. Think we are already seeing the club preparing. We have a big advantage in terms of expiring contracts. Hunt, Weimann, Paterson, Diedhiou, Walsh and Baker plus the loans are all coming off the books. Now we need to maybe look at resigning 1-2 of those but would the cost be more? I don’t think players can look at pay rises at the minute. Not sure there will be enough of a market for these types of players to
  8. You won’t find many as down on this team as i am. That said we’d have to be apocalyptically bad to be relegated this season with the points we already have on the board. At the halfway point we were on pace for 72 points! Mind boggling and not indicative of performances but seems almost impossible to go from playoff form half a season to relegated. And while players coming back may not make us promotion contenders, I do think they help us put points on the board.
  9. What is funny is that with all this negativity here, and rightly so, you can just guess that inside the club things are rosy. Dean has us within a couple games of playoffs with plenty to play for. This is what happens when non football people run the club. The table says we have a chance. The overall performances over the year say we will fall away once again. As long as the Lansdowns can look at that table and see us 6-8 points off 6th place they will be happy. Been 3 years of playoff expectations from the owner himself but yet this is what we get season after season.
  10. Our january signings have been pretty poor recently too. But even when signed it felt like best we could get but probably not the right fit.
  11. Nakhi Wells got absolutely no fight in him. Heading towards worst signing in recent history. Playing him wide isn’t too clever but doesn’t mean you just give up
  12. Thanks. How does that work then? It doesn’t seem likely Brighton gave us 20m cash for Webster up front did they?
  13. I don’t think it is that straightforward on accounts. We will be receiving money for webster and brownhill for the next few years for example. 20m for webster doesn’t go straight onto accounts. It is usually split up for the length of his new contract or some of it. Correct me if I am wrong though @Mr Popodopolous or @Davefevs
  14. Not surprised at all. Most championship players have the ability for the premier league but most lack the consistency. Josh was usually a 7/10 and rarely had a poor game. Didn’t matter if he was on the right or in a 2 in the middle. As for selling him, it was his time to go. He signed two contracts for us which rarely happens these days. We got nearly 161 appearances and a nice profit for him. Would take that from most of out signings. It is the Webster’s and Kodjia’s that you ask what if we held out another year or two
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