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Re: If carlsberg did transfer threads.....This would be it!

Post by thebish » Fri Aug 21, 2015 1:41 pm

I've lost track - as well as incoming - are there also those who lenny has given new contracts to?

what would be the full Lenny-list including new incoming players that are "ours", loans and people he has given new contracts to?
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Post by StaffsTrotter » Fri Aug 21, 2015 1:45 pm

bobo the clown wrote:So, so far ...

Amos
Pisano
Derik
Prince
Wilson
Silva (loan)
Madine

... oh, & Dobbie

Lussey and Cabrerio who I know nothing really about. "One's for the future" I guess.

Have I missed any ?

Added to returning injured from last year, which are always "like having a new signing" ; Pratley, Clough, Clayton eventually. We'll quickly brush over Wheater I think.

Just such a shame we missed out on Alf.

Maybe still a couple to drift in in the next few weeks.

Not too shabby Plymouth, overall, given our hands are tied behind our backs.
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Post by plymouth wanderer » Fri Aug 21, 2015 1:47 pm

bobo the clown wrote:So, so far ...

Amos
Pisano
Derik
Prince
Wilson
Silva (loan)
Madine

... oh, & Dobbie

Lussey and Cabrerio who I know nothing really about. "One's for the future" I guess.

Have I missed any ?

Added to returning injured from last year, which are always "like having a new signing" ; Pratley, Clough, Clayton eventually. We'll quickly brush over Wheater I think.

Just such a shame we missed out on Alf.

Maybe still a couple to drift in in the next few weeks.

Not too shabby Plymouth, overall, given our hands are tied behind our backs.
I agree. Not too bad bud. Got a feeling Wellington is gonna a be decent! Apparently ripped Athletico Madrid apart last season.
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Re: If carlsberg did transfer threads.....This would be it!

Post by BWFC_Insane » Fri Aug 21, 2015 1:55 pm

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BWFC_Insane wrote:Maybe he didn't want to? I guess as it was dependent on a player leaving it might not have been appropriate as presumably he had other offers.
Possible but given how strapped we are for cash and therefore probably haven't offered him much, he can't have had loads of clubs after him to have signed for us after such a drawn out process. We were linked to him weeks ago, and were rumoured to have agreed something at least a week or two back so we've either offered him more than I think so he's held out for a reason (Ream leaving), or not many clubs were after him in the first place IMO.
Lennon said there was other interest abroad but he wanted to come to England. I guess I meant that say we agreed a deal with him weeks ago, we know we couldn't sign anyone until we freed up a wage. I imagine there was no guarantee of that happening and it obviously also might have depended who left. Should someone have bid big money for Clough say, a full back might not have been top priority.

So perhaps bringing him over for training without any guarantees at that time was not the right thing to do. Perhaps he didn't want to unless he was guaranteed a deal.

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Post by StaffsTrotter » Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:03 pm

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jaffka wrote:Pisano who I have never heard of could be joining.
Has Nixon said anything on this one ?
Sceptical - If we can't close out Wilson, unlikely to get Pisano
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Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:07 pm

Prince is a loan too, Bobo, albeit that we have the option to buy next summer.

I did this list a week ago, but I haven't got time to update it.

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Re: If carlsberg did transfer threads.....This would be it!

Post by bobo the clown » Fri Aug 21, 2015 5:39 pm

Dave Sutton's barnet wrote:Prince is a loan too, Bobo, albeit that we have the option to buy next summer.

I did this list a week ago, but I haven't got time to update it.
"don't mess with the professionals" thy said ... & did I take notice ?

Yep. I know it is a loan but I took that we had an option, whereas with the Duke (of Wellington) we don't.

A Prince and a Duke in one session, plus Ivanhoe and a prophet (Amos) ... there's a theme here I'm sure.
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Post by Always hopeful » Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:35 pm

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Fancy Dan. Stop falling over and just pass the ball. Simples.
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Post by Worthy4England » Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:49 pm

^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?

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Post by plymouth wanderer » Fri Aug 21, 2015 11:14 pm

Worthy4England wrote:^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?

If it wins us a game i'll take it! we need all the help we can get.
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Post by Always hopeful » Fri Aug 21, 2015 11:47 pm

plymouth wanderer wrote:
Worthy4England wrote:^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?

If it wins us a game i'll take it! we need all the help we can get.
That's your choice of course, but each to their own. I can't stand cheats, no matter who they play for.
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Post by Worthy4England » Fri Aug 21, 2015 11:48 pm

plymouth wanderer wrote:
Worthy4England wrote:^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?

If it wins us a game i'll take it! we need all the help we can get.
I'm good with that...he ever plays against us and does it, he'll be a right twunt. :-)

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Post by plymouth wanderer » Fri Aug 21, 2015 11:53 pm

Worthy4England wrote:
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Worthy4England wrote:^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?

If it wins us a game i'll take it! we need all the help we can get.
I'm good with that...he ever plays against us and does it, he'll be a right twunt. :-)

ATM i'll take a win anyway we can get it AH

Worthy! my thoughts exactly.
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Post by Always hopeful » Sat Aug 22, 2015 12:13 am

plymouth wanderer wrote:
Worthy4England wrote:
plymouth wanderer wrote:
Worthy4England wrote:^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?

If it wins us a game i'll take it! we need all the help we can get.
I'm good with that...he ever plays against us and does it, he'll be a right twunt. :-)

ATM i'll take a win anyway we can get it AH

Worthy! my thoughts exactly.
That video is all I've seen of the bloke, so clearly I can't be too judgemental at this stage. It's clear he's got ability and speed, which are great foundations to build on, however, if those are his 'highlights', I can't help feeling he'll cause us some considerable frustration. I hope I'm wrong.
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Post by thebish » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:25 am

Worthy4England wrote:^^ How many of them did he leave his leg in, on? About half?
ha! :D most of those clips end with him falling over! So - I imagine he'll win us a few free kicks! it's just as well we've been practising those so hard! oh... :D
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Re: If carlsberg did transfer threads.....This would be it!

Post by Il Pirate » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:26 am

If we took all the negativity out of this thread it would only run to three pages. FFS, can't we just get behind the team and our players ??

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Post by thebish » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:27 am

Il Pirate wrote:If we took all the negativity out of this thread it would only run to three pages. FFS, can't we just get behind the team and our players ??

aww c'mon Pirate - tis only jestin! :D
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Post by Il Pirate » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:37 am

thebish wrote:
Il Pirate wrote:If we took all the negativity out of this thread it would only run to three pages. FFS, can't we just get behind the team and our players ??

aww c'mon Pirate - tis only jestin! :D

Yeah, it's not a dig at you Bish; it just seems almost every player we have or we're linked with is sh it. Every other team seem to have better players, better chairmen, richer owners, Lennon can't manage etc etc. It just gets a bit wearing after a while. And I know you would agree with what I'm about to say more than most, and that is we are Bolton Wanderers, not Real Madrid. We punched above our weight for years, but now, about mid table in the championship is about as good as it's going to get. We have to get used to it and stop winging and voice some support. ( from someone who enjoys a moan more than most :wink: )

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Re: If carlsberg did transfer threads.....This would be it!

Post by thebish » Sat Aug 22, 2015 9:43 am

^ aye, well - there's a fair few members of the forum who live close enough (unlike thee and me) to go to the home games - and they go to just about every one - and get behind the team - that's where it really counts...

I imagine young wellington will get a huge reception today and will be given every encouragement from fans desperate to see summat to cheer for a change...

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