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Jos to Westwood :It's 'financial.'

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As expected, Westy confirmed that Jos said he was dropped because of 'finances.'

 

Just as worrying, Chansiri denied this to the player so - with these porkies - no wonder if morale was rock bottom.

 

Westy also confirmed that he nearly went in the Summer but it didn't quite come off.

 

Possibly this is related to Cardiff's reputed £3 milllion bid that Chansiri appears to have rejected.

 

If so, that ' s about a £4.5 million gross down the tube for half a season from this keeper, and a wasted year with Jos.

 

Thankfully, Brucey won't stand for this rubbish.

 

 

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pi55 off.

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It may have been financially motivated, at the end of the day we were told we were up s#it creek. So maybe he chose to try and build a squad  knowing that in the summer he would have to get rid of big earners...

Now he's gone, players who had been frozen out are now back.... so it will be very very interesting to see if Westwood stays after the season and see which players are kept. I can see some massive changes coming and some of the players being used now may not have contracts renewed in the summer.

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2 minutes ago, asteener1867 said:

I honestly don't get it..

Chansiri denied it...Jos goes.... Westwood starts....?

Seems Chansiri was telling the truth and Jos wsn't...doesn't it?

Otherwise Westy would still not be playing..

Of course, Westy knows what's in his contract.

 

But it could be a contract extension on big bucks that he can't now achieve, even if he plays rest of season.

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If he was dropped because of a clause in his contract surely that means Chansiri would have taken any bids?

I'm guessing it was something personal between him and Jos.

 

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What's worse is that the OP will be posting the same shitwhenever we are winning matches. He longs for the good old days when Jos was around lol

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If it was finance then Westwood wouldn’t have started the game after Jos left and would have left in the summer. 

 

It wasn’t a one off either, Hutchinson was dropped, then Boyd, then Jones. 

 

 

Jos had lost the plot

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He said, she said.

 

Blah blah blah.

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Look if it was financial we would have sold for 3 million. It wasn't clearly Jos wanted to start youngsters and it backfired 

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We’ll never really know. Got to let this one go; the bloke at the centre of it all is yesterday’s news anyway. Onward and upward.

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Maybe he meant 'finances' as in trying to build a squad on players with lower wages such as Dawson so Westwood could be let go in the summer. 

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Jos was a disaster.

 

Did well to survive through until March 2018

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Of all the things that Jos did, making Dawson his number one was entirely understandable given our financial situation.

 

Lets face it - as good as Westwood is, he's a big earner, potentially not a ling term keeper for us, and it seems we have zero money.

 

If Dawson started makimg some seriously good performances there would be a seriously big selling value on his head at the very least.

 

Its just didnt work out, but that doesnt mean he's not a decent young keeper - and one we'll now have a job keeping happy being a bench warmer especially now he's had a taste of being a regular.

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1 hour ago, bobness said:

 

Or maybe Chansiri reevaluated the situation?

 

While Jos did make some shocking decisions, I don't think all the blame rests on him. 

 

Jos was well out his depth but it’s obvious the clueless chairman dictated he didn’t play then relented when it looked like we were in trouble / when jos got sacked . 

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My only concern is that he is out of contract in the summer ,and needs to be given a new contract. 

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What’s the point in dredging all this crap up?

 

 

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The only person I trust in life is Megson. 

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