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16 hours ago, USABlue said:

Let's not be silly now.  Man U?  No way.  Everton J can see after he made a complete fool of their premier league defenders in our friendly.  I loved watching that.

You have to remember:

1) Man U still labouring under Glazer ownership costing them gazillions

2) Man U have the highest wage bill and in a post-Champions League era need to get the wage bill down

3) Man U not confident of signing targets with OGS as Manager and no Champions League football to offer

I stressed Dack is on their radar, I didn't say expect an offer tomorrow.

In terms of quality of my source, the Man U one is much closer to the action than the Everton one.

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That Maher looks good on paper, doubt it will happen though.

Edited by MarkBRFC

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7 minutes ago, Leonard Venkhater said:

Rovers died today or maybe yesterday. I don't know.

Blackburn Outsiders

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Just now, MarkBRFC said:

That Maher looks good on paper, doubt it will happen though.

Yep. Surely clubs with bigger wage structures will come in for him. Good to see us linked to somebody who didn’t play in the famous Cov 15-16 team though!

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Just now, Gavlar Somerset Rover! said:

Yep. Surely clubs with bigger wage structures will come in for him. Good to see us linked to somebody who didn’t play in the famous Cov 15-16 team though!

QPR, Vitesse, Fenerbache, Brescia and Celtic are the other clubs linked. Do they pay more, I have no idea?

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Just now, blueboy3333 said:

QPR, Vitesse, Fenerbache, Brescia and Celtic are the other clubs linked. Do they pay more, I have no idea?

Fernerbache and Celtic can obviously offer Champions League football but dont think any of them can offer much more in wages than what we can.

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Just now, JacknOry said:

Fernerbache and Celtic can obviously offer Champions League football but dont think any of them can offer much more in wages than what we can.

Celtic and Fenerbahce would surely blow us out of the water wage wise. Probably his agent doing most of the linking at this point though anyway!

Edited by Gavlar Somerset Rover!

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Yup Celtic and Fenebache can offer champions league football, I think we could compete with Celtic on wages but I have no idea about what money is on offer in Turkey.

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15 hours ago, blueboy3333 said:

Eh? I'm asking what his source is. You get very upset when I ask questions. This may be more about you than me. 

Your contrary argumentative side reminds me of my ex wife.

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Fenerbache currently facing FFP sanctions.

This is exciting...

Was it AZ Alkmaar that Mowbray went to see?

QPR and the draw of London life might be the biggest challenger.

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Can't see this Maher one being a goer. Wages will get inflated, his agent will be shopping him around everywhere. 

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3 hours ago, arbitro said:

You'll need your passport and visa to enter the Metropolis 😁.

Watch out for the peregrine falcon.

It's also on Monday.

Local concert for local people, we don’t want your sort here. 

 

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Just now, old darwen blue said:

Your contrary argumentative side reminds me of my ex wife.

Your lack of humour and intelligence reminds me of mine.

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Just now, S8 & Blue said:

Fenerbache currently facing FFP sanctions.

This is exciting...

Was it AZ Alkmaar that Mowbray went to see?

QPR and the draw of London life might be the biggest challenger.

It's in the article:-

"Tony Mowbray and his recruitment teams have made several trips to the continent in recent weeks, and it is understood one of those was to Alkmaar after last month's win over Bolton Wanderers" 

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Just now, blueboy3333 said:

Your lack of humour and intelligence reminds me of mine.

🤨

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Darren live on Monday, Toyah headlining, I’m there!

Edited by old darwen blue

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19 minutes ago, Mattyblue said:

Dack to Man Utd?

Kinell silly season has begun in earnest on here! :D

They did once sign David May.........

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26 minutes ago, S8 & Blue said:

Fenerbache currently facing FFP sanctions.

This is exciting...

Was it AZ Alkmaar that Mowbray went to see?

QPR and the draw of London life might be the biggest challenger.

Yep,  Mowbray went out to watch AZ Alkmaar, I posted it on here a few weeks ago..  had no idea who he was looking at though. Maher looks like a baller from the clips posted. 1 in 1 out with Smallwood with a bit of luck.

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31 minutes ago, old darwen blue said:

Local concert for local people, we don’t want your sort here. 

 

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Difficult for me not to be in Darwen as I live there.

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1 hour ago, blueboy3333 said:

QPR, Vitesse, Fenerbache, Brescia and Celtic are the other clubs linked. Do they pay more, I have no idea?

If we are not after players who are attracting that level of clubs, I am not interested.

Will probably mean frustrated chases missing targets but over to Mowbray to sell Rovers and our ambition level.

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