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  • Cherries last night completed the signing of Swindon's Matt Ritchie for a fee of around £500,000.
  • Ritchie's arrival took Eddie Howe's signings in this window to four, with Brett Pitman, Ryan Allsop and Ryan Fraser having joined Cherries earlier in January.
  • Dan Seaborne, meanwhile, signed on loan from Southampton, while Howe also completed a deal for young Christchurch winger Harry Cornick to join the club in the summer.
  • Boss Howe is expecting no other arrivals at Dean Court today.
  • Lorenzo Davids has completed a move to Danish outfit Randers.
  • Wes Thomas joins Birmingham City on loan until the end of the season.

10:56pm

Thanks for joining us today. See you all on August 31.

10:55pm

That Wes Thomas loan switch is the final act of Cherries' transfer deadline day activity. Let us know what you think of the club's January deals in our comments section.

10:49pm

10:48pm

BREAKING: Cherries have confirmed that Wes Thomas has joined Birmingham City on loan until the end of the season, as exclusively revealed by the Daily Echo this afternoon.

10:41pm

Birmingham's Butland has completed his transfer to Stoke.

10:33pm

10:32pm

Cherries have yet to confirm Birmingham's loan signing of Wes Thomas, with the Birmingham Mail reporting that it could be dependent on Jack Butland's switch to Stoke City.

10:28pm

Sounds like Cherries' League One rivals Swindon are leaving their business late, according to our colleagues at the Adver.

10:27pm

10:21pm

Elsewhere in League One, Cherries' third tier rivals Crawley have loaned Gary Alexander to basement division strugglers AFC Wimbledon.

10:17pm

Southampton striker Lee Barnard, who spent the first half of this season on loan with Cherries, has joined Oldham Athletic on a temporary deal until the end of the 2012-13 campaign.

10:12pm

Time now running out ahead of the 11pm deadline. Wes Thomas is expected to finalise a loan move to Birmingham City, completing Cherries' January transfer activity.

8:02pm

For the full Echo story on Wes Thomas, follow this...http://bit.ly/WDu6I5

8:01pm

For the full Echo story on Lorenzo Davids, follow this...http://bit.ly/XoMenu

7:21pm

BREAKING NEWS: The Daily Echo understands Birmingham City have completed the loan signing of Cherries striker Wes Thomas, subject to a medical.

6:55pm

Bit of background on Wes Thomas, whose proposed move to Birmingham City would come as no surprise.
His likely exit has been no secret during a transfer window which has seen him linked with a host of clubs.
The unsettled striker rejoined Eddie Howe’s squad on his return from a loan spell with Blackpool this month.
But he has continued to attract interest with Blackpool, Burnley and Birmingham among the clubs believed to have looked at the striker.
The Londoner has also been linked with a switch to Blackburn with Rovers boss Michael Appleton having managed him during loan stints with both Portsmouth and Blackpool this season.
But Birmingham are believed to have won the race for his signature, with a loan deal until the end of the season set to be finalised ahead of tonight's 11pm deadline.

6:28pm

Another Dean Court old boy has been on the move in the past hour or so, with striker Michael Symes agreeing to join League Two outfit Burton Albion on loan until the end of the season.

6:03pm

Former Cherries midfielder Anton Robinson has reportedly joined Gillingham on loan.

5:43pm

Di Canio told the media: “I had the news from Matt Ritchie when he was nearly signing for Bournemouth. I knew nothing else.
“I thought it was a joke but it was clear straight away that I could do nothing and the deal was done.
“I don’t want to speak any more about what happened because I don’t understand.
“We will (have to) see why one of the best players for this club was sold for this amount of money to one of the best teams in this league.”

5:39pm

Swindon Town boss Paolo Di Canio has been talking about Matt Ritchie's move to Cherries. Sounds like it came as a surprise...

5:32pm

Cherries striker Wes Thomas understood to be set to join Championship outfit Birmingham City, on loan for the rest of the season.

5:21pm

Lorenzo Davids has signed a two-and-a-half year deal with Randers in Denmark, the club confirms.

5:20pm

Richard Cawley of the South London Press reporting Wes Thomas linked with a move to Crystal Palace, but agent doubts it will happen.

4:39pm

Looks like Swindon have all but done a deal for Marlon Pack of Cheltenham.... Reported as being loan to perm by the Swindon Advertiser.

4:24pm

Swindon now seem in the driving seat to land Bradley Wright-Phillips after Sheffield United ruled out a move for the striker.... Matt who?

4:12pm

More from Nick Watkins, the CEO at Swindon, who spoke to the media earlier regarding Cherries' deal for Matt Ritchie. 

Speaking about Cherries' previous offer for the winger, compared with yesterday's that was accepted, he said: “I think you need to be careful not to confuse the two offers. The offer that came in yesterday was for cash up front, with other contingencies added on in the event of him being sold or achieving promotion.

“The offer that was on the table 12 months ago was for a relative small amount of cash up front and the rest was predicated on contingency."

4:06pm

2:51pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Bpl333 says

Pugh on the left, Ritchie on the right - how devestating is that.....

4:02pm

Swindon Town have apparently agreed a deal for Marlon Pack.

3:51pm

Cherries defender Jon Meades has extended his loan at AFC Wimbledon until the end of the season.

3:47pm

Chelsea's Patrick Bamford has returned to MK Dons on loan for the rest of the season. Cherries visit stadium:mk on Saturday.

3:44pm

Swindon Advertiser understands Di Canio is targeting a move for Bradley Wright-Phillips

3:29pm

Echo sources suggest rumours linking Cherries with Port Vale striker Tom Pope are wide of the mark.

3:18pm

Bournemouth Echo: TWO-YEAR DEAL: Lorenzo Davids pictured at Goldsands Stadium on Saturday

Cherries midfielder Lorenzo Davids is understood to be on the verge of completing a move to Danish side Randers. Proposed move is permanent.

3:15pm

Millwall have extended the loan for Tottenham's former Cherries loanee Adam Smith until the end of the season.

2:58pm

Southend's Bilel Mohsni is apparently training with Cherries' League One rivals Stevenage.

2:48pm

Di Canio says he never thought about quitting despite Ritchie being sold.

2:45pm

Paolo Di Canio is speaking to the media in Swindon... The Swindon boss has confirmed he knew nothing about Matt Ritchie being sold to Cherries.

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2:14pm

Paolo Di Canio expected to give his view on the Ritchie deal to the press at around 2.30pm.... Hold on to your hats....

2:12pm

Swindon Town CEO Nick Watkins tells the Wiltshire media: "I understand the concern that the fans would have and those that follow the team would have in terms of letting a player of Ritchie’s calibre leave to go to AFC Bournemouth, who are challenging too.

"But, at the end of the day, the decision has to be the well-being of the club and the financial well-being of this club was secured by the sale of Matt Ritchie to Bournemouth."

1:48pm

Cherries' League One rivals Oldham have added Reading teenager Jordan Obita to this morning's signing of Chris Uwelumo. The 19-year-old midfielder is in at Boundary Park on a one-month loan deal.

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1:41pm

Burnley boss Sean Dyche tells the media in Burnley that former Poole Town striker Charlie Austin will not leave today unless it is for a ridiculous price.

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1:10pm Thu 31 Jan 13

JHC2 says

Brilliant picture of 'Arry and the Robin Reliant - pleased you still have humour at the Echo - even without Nashy .

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12:39pm

Meanwhile, over at Loftus Road, Harry has described new £100,000 per week defender Chris Samba as a "monster" and a "proper centre-half".

12:37pm

Swindon Town have released the following statement regarding the sale of Matt Ritchie to Cherries...

"THE STFC Board acknowledge the disappointment expressed by many fans over the sale of Matt Ritchie to AFC Bournemouth yesterday but it is important that the sale of Matt Ritchie is put into context.

 

As everyone is fully aware, following the requirement to seek new owners for the club, Swindon Town FC faced the very serious prospect of administration, had it not been successful in securing new investors in an incredibly compressed time frame. 

Within this time frame a new consortium has been identified and yesterday evening contracts were exchanged for the sale of the majority shareholding. There now follows a brief period whilst the new owners await Football League approval under the Owners & Directors Test and during this period of time the club requires funding.

A joint decision was taken between the current and prospective new owners to sell Matt Ritchie in order to meet this funding requirement.

The alternative to not securing new owners and securing short term funding would have seen a significant restructure to the Club and the possibility administration. As such, the club’s long term survival and wellbeing had to be the priority.

Losing Matt Ritchie from Paolo Di Canio’s Championship challenging side is very disappointing but the prospective new owners of the club remain committed to supporting Paolo Di Canio and assisting him with the quest to achieve promotion to the Championship at the end of the season."

 

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12:33pm

Swindon Advertiser are set to talk to Swindon chief executive Nick Watkins shortly... Matt Ritchie set to be on the list of questions.

12:32pm

Lee Evans has joined Wolves from Newport County - absolutely laughable. :)

12:30pm

Swindon Town's Paul Benson has joined League Two side Cheltenham on loan.

12:27pm

Looks like Christopher Samba has completed his move to QPR - on a rumoured whacking £100,000 per WEEK

Hope you know what you're doing, Harry....

12:26pm

Rory Delap, incorrectly rumoured to have been a target for Cherries, looks set to take his mule-like long throw to Championship strugglers Barnsley.

12:21pm

11:57am Thu 31 Jan 13

Yorkie Cherry says

I see Randers FC who are interested in Davids is managed by Colin Todd

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12:14pm

Looks like we'll have to wait a little longer to hear Paolo Di Canio's views on the Ritchie deal.... His pre-match press conference has been put back until later this afternoon.

11:48am

11:43am

Cherries youngster Baily Cargill is expected to remain on loan at AFC Totton for a third month, reports Neil Perrett...

 

CHERRIES youngster Baily Cargill is expected to extend into a third month his loan spell with Southern League outfit AFC Totton.

The cultured 17-year-old defender has been a big hit with Stags followers since initially arriving at Testwood Stadium in November.

Cargill, who can operate at left-back or in central defence, is part of the development squad at Dean Court and was voted first-year player of the year last season.

He came to prominence when he won the sponsors’ man-of-the-match award in Cherries’ pre-season friendly against Bristol City, stepping in at the last minute after Adam Barrett had been injured in the warm up.

Cargill, who made a number of eye-catching displays during Cherries’ pre-season campaign under former boss Paul Groves, linked up with AFC Totton two months ago.

He made his debut in a 2-1 defeat at Conference outfit Forest Green Rovers in the FA Trophy and has since gone on to make 10 appearances in the Southern League Premier Division.

Cargill bagged what proved to be the winner in the Stags’ 2-1 victory over St Neots Town five days ago and is expected to start when AFC Totton host Bashley on Saturday.

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11:20am Thu 31 Jan 13

RichGo says

To smhinto

No concerns about Pugh leaving. He plays on the left winger - Matt Ritchie is a right winger (though can play in other positions).

The Gorv

11:24am

Sheffield United understood to be closing in on a deal for Barry Robson until the end of the season.

11:20am

Brentford's Leon Legge has joined League Two side Gillingham.

11:16am

11:15am

Our reporter Neil Perrett has just filed this story...

CHERRIES misfit Lorenzo Davids could today be set to end his fruitless five-month stay with the club by following Frank Demouge out of Dean Court.

Midfielder Davids is understood to be trying to seal a beat-the-transfer-deadline permanent move to Danish top-flight outfit Randers.

Davids, who is a cousin of former Ajax, Juventus and Holland star Edgar Davids, linked up with Cherries in September after signing a two-year deal with the club.

The 26-year-old, who was born in Suriname and holds a Dutch passport, had previously plied his trade in the top flight in both Holland and Germany before joining Cherries on a free transfer.

His career in England was delayed for around a month as the former Holland under-21 international recovered from a knee injury and worked on his fitness.

Signed by Paul Groves, Davids eventually forced his way in and started the last two games under the former Cherries manager, defeats against Walsall and Crawley.

However, despite coming on a substitute against Leyton Orient on the day Eddie Howe was unveiled in October, Davids has not since featured for the first team.

Davids was on the books at Utrecht and Feyenoord before making a name for himself with NEC Nijmegen. He played in the German Bundesliga for FC Augsburg last season.

He is expected to sign for Randers providing the two clubs can reach a compromise arrangement over the remainder of his Cherries contract.

Randers is the sixth largest city in Denmark and the club is currently fifth in the Superliga. They will recommence their season following a winter break with a trip to Brondby on March 3.

Davids’s fellow countryman Demouge this week completed a loan move until the end of the season to Dutch top-flight outfit Roda JC after also failing to settle in England.

11:14am

Bournemouth Echo: TWO-YEAR DEAL: Lorenzo Davids pictured at Goldsands Stadium on Saturday

Cherries midfielder Lorenzo Davids could be a target for Danish side Randers.

11:14am

Cherries midfielder Lorenzo Davids is being linked with a move to Danish top-flight outfit Randers.

11:06am

Advertiser also reporting that Danny Green of Charlton is a target for the Wiltshire club.

11:02am

Swindon Advertiser reporting that Marlon Pack is set to sign at the County Ground from Cheltenham, with Luke Rooney going the other way.

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10:52am

Plymouth Argyle have apparently released defender Robbie Williams... That could be music to some clubs' ears. :)

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10:33am Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says

Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position.
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Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way.
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Regards

10:47am

A bit of background on Lorenzo Davids...

He has made just three appearances since joining Cherries in August.

The midfielder, a cousin of former Dutch international star Edgar, arrived on a free transfer after being released from his deal with German club FC Augsburg. He signed a two-year contract with Cherries.

He last featured for the Dorset club as a substitute against Leyton Orient in October. His two starts came in Paul Groves's final two matches at the helm, defeats at the hands of Walsall and Crawley.

10:43am

Bournemouth Echo: WILTSHIRE WOE: Paul Groves with Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio on Saturday

Paolo Di Canio with former Cherries boss Paul Groves

Our colleagues at the Swindon Advertiser are hoping to get Paolo Di Canio's take on the Matt Ritchie deal today. There were suggestions on Twitter last night that the Italian could 'walk'.

10:39am

Bournemouth Echo: TWO-YEAR DEAL: Lorenzo Davids pictured at Goldsands Stadium on Saturday

Our Cherries reporter Neil Perrett is hearing that a club in Denmark may come in for midfielder Lorenzo Davids ahead of the deadline. There is also apparent interest from Holland and Germany. He looks set to leave.

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10:29am Thu 31 Jan 13

coops1965 says

Oh my god what a signing, talk about a coupe de ta' this will not only cement our promotion push but send one of our nearest rivals into the abyss !

U T C I A D..

10:29am

Bournemouth Echo: Back Page: Matt Ritchie signs for AFCB

Here's today's Echo back page confirming the Matt Ritchie signing... 

10:25am

A little further afield than Dorset, but Mario Balotelli has completed his move from Manchester City to AC Milan... 

10:22am

This is potentially why Cherries have splashed out £500,000 on Matt Ritchie.

10:18am

Portsmouth News reporter Neil Allen saying Pompey are looking at ex-Palace midfielder Alassane N’Diaye and other triallists today.

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10:12am

Cherries' League One rivals Oldham have completed the signing of veteran striker Chris Uwelumo until the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Cherries fans have been giving their verdicts on the Matt Ritchie signing on Twitter....

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10:09am

Bristol City, under new boss and former Cherries chief Sean O'Driscoll, have been linked with a move for Swindon's Andy Williams. That would be a huge blow to the Robins having already lost Ritchie, but O'Driscoll has told the Bristol Evening Post that he is not expecting a particularly busy deadline day at Ashton Gate.

10:05am

So, we're predicting a reasonbly quiet Deadline Day at Dean Court, with Matt Ritchie having been signed last night from Swindon.

Read what boss Eddie Howe had to say about the Ritchie swoop here: 

 

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10:29am Thu 31 Jan 13

coops1965 says...

Oh my god what a signing, talk about a coupe de ta' this will not only cement our promotion push but send one of our nearest rivals into the abyss !

U T C I A D..
Oh my god what a signing, talk about a coupe de ta' this will not only cement our promotion push but send one of our nearest rivals into the abyss ! U T C I A D.. coops1965
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10:33am Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says...

Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position.
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Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way.
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Regards
Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards smhinto
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10:38am Thu 31 Jan 13

andyjb10 says...

smhinto wrote:
Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position.
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Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way.
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Regards
No.

Just more negativity from you.

Give it a rest.

Regards
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards andyjb10
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10:53am Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says...

andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course.

Regards
[quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards smhinto
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11:06am Thu 31 Jan 13

andyjb10 says...

smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course.

Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case.

Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll.

He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening.

Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door?

You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish. andyjb10
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11:15am Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says...

Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer.
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I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens.
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My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou.
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Regards
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards smhinto
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11:16am Thu 31 Jan 13

redNblack says...

andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course.

Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case.

Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll.

He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening.

Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door?

You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
The only place Pugh is going is into the Championship with us. Great player and great family man who loves living in our part of the world - a credit to our club.
[quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]The only place Pugh is going is into the Championship with us. Great player and great family man who loves living in our part of the world - a credit to our club. redNblack
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11:20am Thu 31 Jan 13

RichGo says...

To smhinto

No concerns about Pugh leaving. He plays on the left winger - Matt Ritchie is a right winger (though can play in other positions).

The Gorv
To smhinto No concerns about Pugh leaving. He plays on the left winger - Matt Ritchie is a right winger (though can play in other positions). The Gorv RichGo
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11:20am Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says...

andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer.
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I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens.
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My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou.
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Regards
[quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards smhinto
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11:20am Thu 31 Jan 13

East Stand Kook says...

i don't understand what you are on about shminto? Richie plays right side, and both pugh and richie can play on both wings. Why would Pugh have his feathers ruffled, he's just signed a new deal? We are weak on the right, its clear to see that this season the right wing has been our weakest link, seeing as its mostly been taken up by fogden and mcquoid, who have both been very inconsistent. Richie can also play left back, so if steve cook isn't successful in his trial, then perhaps we will see richie start at left back on saturday.
i don't understand what you are on about shminto? Richie plays right side, and both pugh and richie can play on both wings. Why would Pugh have his feathers ruffled, he's just signed a new deal? We are weak on the right, its clear to see that this season the right wing has been our weakest link, seeing as its mostly been taken up by fogden and mcquoid, who have both been very inconsistent. Richie can also play left back, so if steve cook isn't successful in his trial, then perhaps we will see richie start at left back on saturday. East Stand Kook
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11:28am Thu 31 Jan 13

andyjb10 says...

smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer.
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I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens.
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My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou.
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Regards
Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple.

Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything.

You seem very very negative as slight deranged
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards[/p][/quote]Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged andyjb10
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11:28am Thu 31 Jan 13

seuthsayer says...

...like to see a swap deal involving Tom Pope and Matt Tubbs or Thomas with Port Vale...though doubt Thomas would want the move downwards?
...like to see a swap deal involving Tom Pope and Matt Tubbs or Thomas with Port Vale...though doubt Thomas would want the move downwards? seuthsayer
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11:57am Thu 31 Jan 13

Yorkie Cherry says...

I see Randers FC who are interested in Davids is managed by Colin Todd
I see Randers FC who are interested in Davids is managed by Colin Todd Yorkie Cherry
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12:28pm Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says...

andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards
Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged
I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow.
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As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes.
Regards
[quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards[/p][/quote]Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged[/p][/quote]I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow. . As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes. Regards smhinto
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1:10pm Thu 31 Jan 13

JHC2 says...

Brilliant picture of 'Arry and the Robin Reliant - pleased you still have humour at the Echo - even without Nashy .
Brilliant picture of 'Arry and the Robin Reliant - pleased you still have humour at the Echo - even without Nashy . JHC2
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1:58pm Thu 31 Jan 13

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Just found a winning lottery ticket down the back of my sofa.
I wonder if we could nick Fodringham from Swindle for £10.00. Tee hee.!!!!!
Just found a winning lottery ticket down the back of my sofa. I wonder if we could nick Fodringham from Swindle for £10.00. Tee hee.!!!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
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2:00pm Thu 31 Jan 13

CherryFarmer says...

smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards
Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged
I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow.
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As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes.
Regards
smhinto.....everytim
e you post on here you get peoples backs up. You sit there in Lincoln pretending to be lord god almighty and put down anyone who dares question your postings. You keep stating that your knowledge of football is extensive and that you watch games on behalf of other clubs. I would say that, from your postings, i would not pay a bean for your thoughts as you constantly make foolish and ill-informed posts and i can only imagine that any clubs you might work for are on a rapid trip downwards. In short.....you haven't got a clue.

Regards
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards[/p][/quote]Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged[/p][/quote]I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow. . As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes. Regards[/p][/quote]smhinto.....everytim e you post on here you get peoples backs up. You sit there in Lincoln pretending to be lord god almighty and put down anyone who dares question your postings. You keep stating that your knowledge of football is extensive and that you watch games on behalf of other clubs. I would say that, from your postings, i would not pay a bean for your thoughts as you constantly make foolish and ill-informed posts and i can only imagine that any clubs you might work for are on a rapid trip downwards. In short.....you haven't got a clue. Regards CherryFarmer
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2:21pm Thu 31 Jan 13

bmb says...

"1:41pm

Burnley boss Sean Dyche tells the media in Burnley that former Poole Town striker Charlie Austin will not leave today unless it is for a ridiculous price."
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Cool - we'll have him for £50k then - is that ridiculous enough for you! ;)
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Thanks for the blog echo boys - nice to know what's happening outside of the money league!
"1:41pm Burnley boss Sean Dyche tells the media in Burnley that former Poole Town striker Charlie Austin will not leave today unless it is for a ridiculous price." . Cool - we'll have him for £50k then - is that ridiculous enough for you! ;) . Thanks for the blog echo boys - nice to know what's happening outside of the money league! bmb
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2:42pm Thu 31 Jan 13

smhinto says...

CherryFarmer wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards
Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged
I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow. . As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes. Regards
smhinto.....everytim e you post on here you get peoples backs up. You sit there in Lincoln pretending to be lord god almighty and put down anyone who dares question your postings. You keep stating that your knowledge of football is extensive and that you watch games on behalf of other clubs. I would say that, from your postings, i would not pay a bean for your thoughts as you constantly make foolish and ill-informed posts and i can only imagine that any clubs you might work for are on a rapid trip downwards. In short.....you haven't got a clue. Regards
Just puzzled waht the silly comment above has to do with my last post
[quote][p][bold]CherryFarmer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards[/p][/quote]Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged[/p][/quote]I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow. . As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes. Regards[/p][/quote]smhinto.....everytim e you post on here you get peoples backs up. You sit there in Lincoln pretending to be lord god almighty and put down anyone who dares question your postings. You keep stating that your knowledge of football is extensive and that you watch games on behalf of other clubs. I would say that, from your postings, i would not pay a bean for your thoughts as you constantly make foolish and ill-informed posts and i can only imagine that any clubs you might work for are on a rapid trip downwards. In short.....you haven't got a clue. Regards[/p][/quote]Just puzzled waht the silly comment above has to do with my last post smhinto
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2:51pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Bpl333 says...

Pugh on the left, Ritchie on the right - how devestating is that.....
Pugh on the left, Ritchie on the right - how devestating is that..... Bpl333
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3:02pm Thu 31 Jan 13

andyjb10 says...

smhinto wrote:
CherryFarmer wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
andyjb10 wrote:
smhinto wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards
No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards
Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards
Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.
Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards
Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged
I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow. . As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes. Regards
smhinto.....everytim e you post on here you get peoples backs up. You sit there in Lincoln pretending to be lord god almighty and put down anyone who dares question your postings. You keep stating that your knowledge of football is extensive and that you watch games on behalf of other clubs. I would say that, from your postings, i would not pay a bean for your thoughts as you constantly make foolish and ill-informed posts and i can only imagine that any clubs you might work for are on a rapid trip downwards. In short.....you haven't got a clue. Regards
Just puzzled waht the silly comment above has to do with my last post
Making yourself look foolish again smhinto
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CherryFarmer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]andyjb10[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Good signing for us. Just worried as Pugh is also a left midfielder. We cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time unless one of them is out of position. . Doe anybody believe that Pugh could be on his way. . Regards[/p][/quote]No. Just more negativity from you. Give it a rest. Regards[/p][/quote]Obviously you do not see this as being a problem then ? We have two quality left sided midfielders and of course it will not be long before one of them gets fed up. You cannot accommodate both of them on the field at the same time in the same position. Not to mention McDermott of course. Regards[/p][/quote]Once again you clearly have not looked in to things or simply know naff all about football, which seems to be the case. Ritchie can play on the left OR RIGHT side of midfield. He also operates behind the strikers in a central roll. He has also been known to play at left back, a position EH wanted strenghtening. Now taking the above in to account, why would Pugh, seeing as he's recently signed a new contract, suddenly be shown the door? You really do not have a clue and each time you post you make youself seem even more foolish.[/p][/quote]Yes good point, he can play on the right also, which of course raises the point of what we are going to do with Ryan Frazer. . I did not say that Pugh would be shown the door did I ?? (not reading the post again!). I in fact inferred was that Pugh may want away as his position may be under threat, especially if any club makes a bid for him. I hope he stays of course. But when players get their feathers ruffled this is what happens. . My knowledge of the game is reasonably advanced - Thankyou. . Regards[/p][/quote]Frazer is 18 years old and as good as he looks already, he is one for the future and who will develop with the club. It really is that simple. Why do you see the need to look for a double meaning behind everything. You seem very very negative as slight deranged[/p][/quote]I am just puzzled as to why we would pay alledgedly of around 300k for a player for just development purposes. I don't think so somehow. . As for being deranged I would be surprised after trying to penetrate some of the thick skull I encounter on here sometimes. Regards[/p][/quote]smhinto.....everytim e you post on here you get peoples backs up. You sit there in Lincoln pretending to be lord god almighty and put down anyone who dares question your postings. You keep stating that your knowledge of football is extensive and that you watch games on behalf of other clubs. I would say that, from your postings, i would not pay a bean for your thoughts as you constantly make foolish and ill-informed posts and i can only imagine that any clubs you might work for are on a rapid trip downwards. In short.....you haven't got a clue. Regards[/p][/quote]Just puzzled waht the silly comment above has to do with my last post[/p][/quote]Making yourself look foolish again smhinto andyjb10
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4:25pm Thu 31 Jan 13

CherryChimes says...

SKY says Davids to Randers FC is a done deal 4.23pm
SKY says Davids to Randers FC is a done deal 4.23pm CherryChimes
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10:16pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Barnet_Red says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Just found a winning lottery ticket down the back of my sofa.
I wonder if we could nick Fodringham from Swindle for £10.00. Tee hee.!!!!!
Fcuk off w*nker
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: Just found a winning lottery ticket down the back of my sofa. I wonder if we could nick Fodringham from Swindle for £10.00. Tee hee.!!!!![/p][/quote]Fcuk off w*nker Barnet_Red
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10:57pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Court Side says...

Just had a nosey on the Swindon Advertiser site to see what they were saying about losing Ritchie.They're not happy!,(stating the bleeding obvious).
Quite funny really when you think a few of their strays were on here the other week giving it the big one and now we've saved their club from going to the wall,after Max coughed up some loose change he found down the back of the sofa,you would have thought they might be grateful and come on here offering their thanks but,alas,i see there are no posts indicating this.That's gratitude for you!
Matt Ritchie is THE signing of the transfer window,(for many a transfer window),and for a bargain price aswell.Credit to everyone that made it happen.Can't wait to see him and Pughey in full flow marauding down the wings.
And just a word for Shminto,although this has been pretty much covered,Marc Pugh isn't going anywhere as he's just signed a long term contract.Matt Ritchie plays prodominently on the right wing,although he can play left,and therefore isn't a threat to Pughey's position.Ryan Fraser is 18 years old and is probably to be used sparingly for now and to be developed over the coming years.Injuries and loss of form will dictate who plays,it's all about the man in possesion of the shirt.
Come along my good fellow,you claim to be very knowledgable about the game and to be an AFCB die hard but your "knowledge" betrays you at times and it's not often you have a good word to say about transfer fees/players/tactica
l decisions/predictive results/etc...etc..
In short you pretty much come out with the same old guff each time and get up everybodys nose!
Just had a nosey on the Swindon Advertiser site to see what they were saying about losing Ritchie.They're not happy!,(stating the bleeding obvious). Quite funny really when you think a few of their strays were on here the other week giving it the big one and now we've saved their club from going to the wall,after Max coughed up some loose change he found down the back of the sofa,you would have thought they might be grateful and come on here offering their thanks but,alas,i see there are no posts indicating this.That's gratitude for you! Matt Ritchie is THE signing of the transfer window,(for many a transfer window),and for a bargain price aswell.Credit to everyone that made it happen.Can't wait to see him and Pughey in full flow marauding down the wings. And just a word for Shminto,although this has been pretty much covered,Marc Pugh isn't going anywhere as he's just signed a long term contract.Matt Ritchie plays prodominently on the right wing,although he can play left,and therefore isn't a threat to Pughey's position.Ryan Fraser is 18 years old and is probably to be used sparingly for now and to be developed over the coming years.Injuries and loss of form will dictate who plays,it's all about the man in possesion of the shirt. Come along my good fellow,you claim to be very knowledgable about the game and to be an AFCB die hard but your "knowledge" betrays you at times and it's not often you have a good word to say about transfer fees/players/tactica l decisions/predictive results/etc...etc.. In short you pretty much come out with the same old guff each time and get up everybodys nose! Court Side
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