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enaitch said:Problem is he is out of contract next summer so don’t think they can haggle too much or he will be off for nothing next year
Jeff_Cowbridge said:Colin_swansea said:Jeff,
Can you remember Harry Griffiths signing Micky Conway, a relatively inexperienced left winger initially on loan from Brighton after he had taken over from Harry Gregg.
An exciting, pacy winger who thrilled the sparse crowds at the Vetch Field but sadly his career was cut short after a car accident, failing to reach full fitness on his return.
PaulT said:4Had a weird dream last night...
One of the Derby players had long hair and was prancing around the pitch like a fairy, one of our boys took issue with it and kicked him up the arse.
Oh, and we won 1-0
DubDragon said:Got a feeling a good win is on today... 3 or 4-1...
....oO( but you're always WAY off Dub )
What the f**ks got in to you Mark, I wasn't making a point, just providing information!! You are adding 2 +2 to make 5. but just for the record there are many, not just on here, re:clickbait etc who will look at headlines & BS news & believe it hook, line & sinker. It's one of the many reasons why this country & our friends across the water are in such a sh*t state.
Just read some of the stupid (your word) comments made about some of the garbage that has been reported over the last 3 years. What's the old saying, never let the facts get in the way of a good story.
We all know that the club shouldn't have got into this state, god it has been talked about enough, but it is where it is. You can get as angry as you like about it & shout about it on here or anywhere else, that's fine, but do you really think it will make a difference, that the owners will suddenly say "oh sorry, we have ballsed it up & we intend to make it better"?
All we have is hope,
that they will renew the contracts of the best players (but then everyone will say, oh they are only doing it so that they can make a profit, selling them)! & keep our (so far) excellent manager.
that they will take the opportunity to push for promotion (but then it will only be for the obscene amounts of money they can make)
That every supporter will join the Trust & they can build a fighting fund to take back the club if & when the time comes.
Look at Coventry https://inews.co.uk/sport/football/coventry-city-sisu-loyalty-love-fans/ for a salutary tale.
You have posted, yourself about Stoke, they will implode if the Coates family can't keep bailing them out.
Anyway, it's off subject, I am glad Connor has signed & if you read his comments, it is (a lot) about the relationship with the manager & his trust in what he has to say & what he does. I would guess that would be the same for most of the players & we can only hope that Potter is the key to the others renewing contracts, when they come up (be interesting to see who is next) & for bringing in new players with greater potential.
Enough already, I even boring myself:#