ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Tue May 07, 2019 5:07 pm

Think Nacho is out of contract which is why there was the Barca talk about taking him as their back up LB option.

On the subject of LB's.....Kolasinac....can't stand the guy, just another duff buy by TOF because he was available on a free. We're paying this guy £120k a week to do what exactly :?

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby clockender1 » Tue May 07, 2019 6:32 pm

oh and it looks like TV5 may be available on a free - he covered for Umtiti very well last year - he made 13 appearances for Barca and 5 for Belgium.
before he played for us he was exceptional - a solid no nonsense man marker, that the ex-manager bought to play zonally :banghead:

he's 32 ( same as Vertonghen) but has hardly played the last four years. if he can stay fit i think he would be another good squad addition.

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Postby Yankee_Gooner_Dandee » Tue May 07, 2019 9:45 pm

oh and it looks like TV5 may be available on a free - he covered for Umtiti very well last year - he made 13 appearances for Barca and 5 for Belgium.
before he played for us he was exceptional - a solid no nonsense man marker, that the ex-manager bought to play zonally :banghead:

he's 32 ( same as Vertonghen) but has hardly played the last four years. if he can stay fit i think he would be another good squad addition.
He couldn't stay fit when he was with us the first time and he was like 24.

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby John F » Tue May 07, 2019 9:56 pm

Saka looks a bit special coming through our youth system and should be ready for the step up next season.

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby sk-gtfo » Tue May 07, 2019 11:53 pm

We're not signing anyone of note, don't even bother getting excited, the wiggy w@nker is tightening the purse strings (is that possible?!) ahead of the £60-70M loss coming up thanks to him backing old sh*t for brains Wenger.

Don't worry though Raul has a 'plan', don't make me laugh, it's like a f*cking Carry On film these days with all these corporate clowns running the club into the ground.

:roll:

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Fri May 10, 2019 2:00 pm

We're not signing anyone of note, don't even bother getting excited, the wiggy w@nker is tightening the purse strings (is that possible?!) ahead of the £60-70M loss coming up thanks to him backing old sh*t for brains Wenger.

Don't worry though Raul has a 'plan', don't make me laugh, it's like a f*cking Carry On film these days with all these corporate clowns running the club into the ground.

:roll:

In the interests of continuing the exciting topic of our finances have a listen to this recent interview on talksport between Perry Groves and Simon Jordan on Jim White's show. I like Perry as a bloke but he doesn't have a clue about financial management unfortunately and can't quite grasp the concept that if we are now running a loss before transfer income then Dick doesn't get the whole adidas deal in a oner to spend a percentage of :lol:

Jordan points out that the previous years transfer dealings prevented a loss of about £40M but Perry can't see that once the saleable assets have gone there is nothing to offset the losses against.

https://talksport.com/football/484885/a ... talksport/

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby DB10GOONER » Fri May 10, 2019 2:06 pm

We're not signing anyone of note, don't even bother getting excited, the wiggy w@nker is tightening the purse strings (is that possible?!) ahead of the £60-70M loss coming up thanks to him backing old sh*t for brains Wenger.

Don't worry though Raul has a 'plan', don't make me laugh, it's like a f*cking Carry On film these days with all these corporate clowns running the club into the ground.

:roll:

In the interests of continuing the exciting topic of our finances have a listen to this recent interview on talksport between Perry Groves and Simon Jordan on Jim White's show. I like Perry as a bloke but he doesn't have a clue about financial management unfortunately and can't quite grasp the concept that if we are now running a loss before transfer income then Dick doesn't get the whole adidas deal in a oner to spend a percentage of :lol:

Jordan points out that the previous years transfer dealings prevented a loss of about £40M but Perry can't see that once the saleable assets have gone there is nothing to offset the losses against.

https://talksport.com/football/484885/a ... talksport/
I love Number One is Perry Groves as a player and a bloke, but you are right - he's as thick as a fat bird's thighs. :lol:

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Fri May 10, 2019 3:30 pm

We're not signing anyone of note, don't even bother getting excited, the wiggy w@nker is tightening the purse strings (is that possible?!) ahead of the £60-70M loss coming up thanks to him backing old sh*t for brains Wenger.

Don't worry though Raul has a 'plan', don't make me laugh, it's like a f*cking Carry On film these days with all these corporate clowns running the club into the ground.

:roll:

In the interests of continuing the exciting topic of our finances have a listen to this recent interview on talksport between Perry Groves and Simon Jordan on Jim White's show. I like Perry as a bloke but he doesn't have a clue about financial management unfortunately and can't quite grasp the concept that if we are now running a loss before transfer income then Dick doesn't get the whole adidas deal in a oner to spend a percentage of :lol:

Jordan points out that the previous years transfer dealings prevented a loss of about £40M but Perry can't see that once the saleable assets have gone there is nothing to offset the losses against.

https://talksport.com/football/484885/a ... talksport/
I love Number One is Perry Groves as a player and a bloke, but you are right - he's as thick as a fat bird's thighs. :lol:
:lol:

Wow unbelievable, I've always prefered Number Eleven is Perry Groves but each to their own eh :wink: :lol:

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby StuartL » Fri May 10, 2019 5:31 pm

We're not signing anyone of note, don't even bother getting excited, the wiggy w@nker is tightening the purse strings (is that possible?!) ahead of the £60-70M loss coming up thanks to him backing old sh*t for brains Wenger.

Don't worry though Raul has a 'plan', don't make me laugh, it's like a f*cking Carry On film these days with all these corporate clowns running the club into the ground.

:roll:

In the interests of continuing the exciting topic of our finances have a listen to this recent interview on talksport between Perry Groves and Simon Jordan on Jim White's show. I like Perry as a bloke but he doesn't have a clue about financial management unfortunately and can't quite grasp the concept that if we are now running a loss before transfer income then Dick doesn't get the whole adidas deal in a oner to spend a percentage of :lol:

Jordan points out that the previous years transfer dealings prevented a loss of about £40M but Perry can't see that once the saleable assets have gone there is nothing to offset the losses against.

https://talksport.com/football/484885/a ... talksport/
I love Number One is Perry Groves as a player and a bloke, but you are right - he's as thick as a fat bird's thighs. :lol:
:lol:

Wow unbelievable, I've always prefered Number Eleven is Perry Groves but each to their own eh :wink: :lol:
I had the pleasure of singing it to the great man himself at a petrol station with a mini bus full of mates off to see Colchester in some final at Wembley- he loved it

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby begeegs » Fri May 10, 2019 5:52 pm

https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/10/ivan-gaz ... n-9496803/

If this happens, all is forgiven Ivan! :barscarf:

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Fri May 10, 2019 6:28 pm

We're not signing anyone of note, don't even bother getting excited, the wiggy w@nker is tightening the purse strings (is that possible?!) ahead of the £60-70M loss coming up thanks to him backing old sh*t for brains Wenger.

Don't worry though Raul has a 'plan', don't make me laugh, it's like a f*cking Carry On film these days with all these corporate clowns running the club into the ground.

:roll:

In the interests of continuing the exciting topic of our finances have a listen to this recent interview on talksport between Perry Groves and Simon Jordan on Jim White's show. I like Perry as a bloke but he doesn't have a clue about financial management unfortunately and can't quite grasp the concept that if we are now running a loss before transfer income then Dick doesn't get the whole adidas deal in a oner to spend a percentage of :lol:

Jordan points out that the previous years transfer dealings prevented a loss of about £40M but Perry can't see that once the saleable assets have gone there is nothing to offset the losses against.

https://talksport.com/football/484885/a ... talksport/
I love Number One is Perry Groves as a player and a bloke, but you are right - he's as thick as a fat bird's thighs. :lol:
:lol:

Wow unbelievable, I've always prefered Number Eleven is Perry Groves but each to their own eh :wink: :lol:
I had the pleasure of singing it to the great man himself at a petrol station with a mini bus full of mates off to see Colchester in some final at Wembley- he loved it
That's brilliant......but did he like Number 11 more than Number 1, that's the question :lol:


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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby sk-gtfo » Sat May 11, 2019 11:27 am

Another Spaniard... Raul is a racist. :roll: :twisted:

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby Jock Gooner » Sat May 11, 2019 11:27 am

https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/10/ivan-gaz ... n-9496803/

If this happens, all is forgiven Ivan! :barscarf:
Well funnily enough look who they are trying to blame for signing him in the first place :shock:

https://www.express.co.uk/sport/footbal ... an-Gazidis

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Re: ALL Transfer talk - merged thread

Postby sk-gtfo » Sat May 11, 2019 1:37 pm

https://metro.co.uk/2019/05/10/ivan-gaz ... n-9496803/

If this happens, all is forgiven Ivan! :barscarf:
Well funnily enough look who they are trying to blame for signing him in the first place :shock:

https://www.express.co.uk/sport/footbal ... an-Gazidis
All is forgiven Wenger?. :roll: :twisted: :lol:


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