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WUGGAMONKEY1

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  1. It’s an interesting question. Both can play in the back line and that’s where we need players. They know the club and the players so wouldn’t take much settling in. I’d probably prefer some more experienced, battle hardened, defenders but I wouldn’t be against either of them returning on loan if there weren’t better options for us.
  2. I didn’t disagree with some the statement but I don’t think the club should be asked to make it public knowledge if we have a cash flow problem. I mean, why would we? It would just encourage clubs to try and get some of our players cheap in the next window.
  3. There are potential solutions that people could consider, rather than totally focus of the dreadful timing. There are some decent 0% interest options out there independent of the clubs one that starts in 2022. I get people may not want to (or able) to down that road for various reasons but it’s not a hugely time consuming or difficult option.
  4. Like most have said, it’s good value but dreadful timing. I’ve seen a few comments about there not being the finance offer until 2022. There are decent alternatives to the club finance offer out there. Probably cheaper that waiting 2 or 3 months and seeing the ST prices increase again for those that are planning to renew but can’t afford it now.
  5. No worries. You too. Yeah, thanks for the chat too. Speak tomorrow.
  6. I’m genuinely struggling with your lack of clarity. I’m not purposely being obtuse.
  7. I don’t think I’ve gone to being weird. I’m genuinely unsure of what you mean because you are quoting parts of comments and aren’t being clear on what you are asking, or which part of my comments you are referring to.
  8. What’s like pulling teeth? What wasn’t the case? The ambiguity and lack of clarity is killing me.
  9. Nah, this feel like having a ‘debate’ with someone who lacks empathy or comprehension. Sadly some people lose their businesses but it appears that you don’t seem to acknowledge that. It’s seems like you think that because your business survived, all businesses should. Forgive me for thinking it is quite inspirational for people to maintain their businesses during such a turbulent period. Unashamedly, I’m proud of my family and friend (or anybody) that has managed to keep their businesses afloat and their workforce paid. It is a bit deal, I’m proud of my mates business that has kept 40+ staff employed during this time. You seem to be disparaging, and lacking empathy, to those that haven’t been able to. Likewise, I’m appreciative that Chansiri has been able to keep us afloat. He may have millions but with that come greater responsibility, and more financial obligations.
  10. Yes, under normal circumstances. Do you not think that has presented a significant challenge for him give the pandemic and the impact that has had on the world economy. There will be millions of people facing unanticipated financial challenges since the pandemic that, pre pandemic, would never have dreamed of such challenge. Chansiri’s other businesses could have gone to the wall completely so I’m appreciative of the fact that they haven’t & that he can subsequently fund us. Had he not been able to, I’m sure the whip round on here would have kept us in business for an hour or two.
  11. OK, I take that point but the refunds (I imagine) are a relatively small percentage of the overall funding he has provided the club. He’s honoured his financial commitment to fund the club as an ongoing concern then?
  12. OK, I take that point but the refunds (I imagine) are a relatively small percentage of the overall funding he has provided the club. He’s honoured his financial commitment to fund the club as an ongoing concern then?
  13. I’m don’t believe I’m arguing over a technicality. Millions have but I imagine millions haven’t. I’m not saying he’s done something special. In normal circumstances he should 100% honour all his commitments as he entered into them with his eyes wise open. I’m saying, due to the unforeseen pandemic, we could consider ourselves fortunate that’s he’s had the ability to do honour his financial commitments when many others, through no fault of their own, haven’t been able to. Anyway, have a good evening.
  14. I don’t follow? They had business but couldn’t afford to fund them during the pandemic. So technically not business owner now. So, like I pointed out, your statement is factually incorrect. Can you clarify the point you are trying to make because I’m missing it.
  15. Nup, not all business owner have been bank rolling their businesses. Many, many businesses haven’t survived the pandemic. I think we should therefore be appreciative that our owner can. I’ve got mates whose businesses have gone under so your statement is factually incorrect. Walk around Meadowhall and Sheffield centre and are all the businesses that haven’t survived. John Lewis, Debenhams etc all gone. Those businesses haven’t been bankrolled. I’m not suggesting it’s special/new/exciting/amazing, I’m suggesting that it’s not as easy as you suggest in the current climate. He could have easily diverted his funds elsewhere to support his other businesses if he’d needed to, or wanted. Instead, he’s spent fortunes on players kicking a bag of wind and to honour his commitment to a sometimes entitled fanbase.
  16. Fair enough, but it is relative isn’t it? A L2 chairman could be financing a club to £1m a year. Chansiri may be financing us by a £1m a month. Some clubs may not be financed and all by their chairmen (although I doubt that). It may not be out of the ordinary for a chairman to finance a club, but it may be out of the ordinary for Chansiri to finance us to the extent that he does?
  17. I agree mate. Chansiri has his faults but ultimately he is financing the club. I get people are frustrated if they are owed money but they can take legal action to get their refund. It’s disappointing they have to take that course of action but it would resolve their issue. I believe there has been advice on here how to do that.
  18. Very average but not as bad as the one from the weekend. I couldn’t see a lot wrong with our disallowed goal but another poster suggested FDB may have impeded their keeper. He made a good decision to to give them a penalty (at the time I thought it was a penalty but the replay suggests not). The decision not to give us a penalty for the foul on Gregory (the incident you are referring to) was a bit baffling. I thought he went through the back of Gregory and 99/100 the referee would give that. I’m not sure their lad touched the ball but, even if he did, he went through Gregory to do so.
  19. Cheers mate. I didn’t have a proper look at that.
  20. I’ve watched the highlights of the disallowed goal and I’m still of them same opinion I had last night, that there was just nothing wrong with it. I just can’t understand what the referee saw. It’s not even like Dunkley jumped over their player. He just won the header. Has Dunkley won that header in the centre circle, no way would the referee had blown for a foul. Bizarre decision.
  21. I hope he gets treated respectfully. I understand lots of people are unhappy with him, especially those that are still owed season tickets money, but I’ve seen people wagging fingers and shouting right in his face before now (in a quite intimidating manner) below the South Stand. That sort of behaviour is unacceptable.
  22. GK Woods RB Nilsson LB Hinchcliffe CH Lyons CH Walker RM Waddle CM Palmer CM Sheridan LM Worthington CF DiCanio CF Hirst 4-4-2. Worthington in midfield like he was when we had King. Subs Marwood, Bright, Pressman, Pearson, Carbone, Shelton, Sterland
  23. IMO Luongo’s quality was there for all to see tonight. Looked a class footballer despite being out for a long while. Will prove to be a great option if he can stay fit.
  24. I sometimes park on Clay Wheels Lane - near the Jubilee Club. 5-10 min walk to the stadium.
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