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As reported here for the first time in his professional career Joe Hart is without a club. If the wages were sensible would you take him here?

 

He would be an ideal role model for our younger keepers and has operated at the highest level of both the domestic and international game. If the package was agreeable I would take him at the drop of a hat.

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I'd take him but I doubt we could afford him.

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Yes, why sign strikers when we can load our wage bill with Hart & Westwood?! I'm in. 

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6 minutes ago, soldierboyblue said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53227746

 

As reported here for the first time in his professional career Joe Hart is without a club. If the wages were sensible would you take him here?

 

He would be an ideal role model for our younger keepers and has operated at the highest level of both the domestic and international game. If the package was agreeable I would take him at the drop of a hat.

Nope. Wildsmith is our King. 

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Lee Grant would be a better option. 

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I'd rather have Westw... oh wait

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33 years old, has been a shadow of his former self for a considerable amount of time and would no doubt command a hefty salary. I'd rather we give Wildsmith and Dawson game time instead...

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save wages on keepers for a quality defensive midfielder

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1 minute ago, vulva said:

Lee Grant would be a better option. 

Can't agree there - Joe Hart is a far better keeper and has played with the very best players. Grant has been in the lower leagues for the most of his career and Hart has at least another 5 years in him.

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Of course I would take him if wage was sensible but it won't be

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Our goalkeeping department is as healthy as it's been for a while

 

It will be hard enough keeping our two youngsters happy

 

Either of whom could serve us for the next 10 years

 

We have more pressing needs in our team than goalkeeper

 

It's a no from me

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16 minutes ago, soldierboyblue said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53227746

 

As reported here for the first time in his professional career Joe Hart is without a club. If the wages were sensible would you take him here?

 

He would be an ideal role model for our younger keepers and has operated at the highest level of both the domestic and international game. If the package was agreeable I would take him at the drop of a hat.

We have an experienced goal keeper already who is actually our goal keeping coach, funnily enough that's what clubs do they

employ good ex playing keepers to pass on their knowledge of being a goalkeeper to the younger ones, think they call him NICKY WEAVER.

and as far as I am aware he is doing a fantastic job.

Edited by owls about that
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Rumours that he's going to be bench warmer for a Champions League club.

 

Besides I'd rather we used Wildsmith & Dawson and developed them further

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Just now, Gob_Bluth said:

Rumours that he's going to be bench warmer for a Champions League club.

 

Besides I'd rather we used Wildsmith & Dawson and developed them further

 

i think he will be, part of the english quota, just like Grant was.

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Yeah, because we really need another over 30's player on massive wages coming towards the end of his career. 

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No thanks. A goalkeeper who has looked shot for at least 3 seasons and eould be on at least 40k a week . Already have 3 decent keepers on the books why would we want one who is well past his best

 

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20 minutes ago, soldierboyblue said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53227746

 

As reported here for the first time in his professional career Joe Hart is without a club. If the wages were sensible would you take him here?

 

He would be an ideal role model for our younger keepers and has operated at the highest level of both the domestic and international game. If the package was agreeable I would take him at the drop of a hat.

*Facepalm 

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I have faith in our young pups Wildsmith & Dawson. Neither are the finished article, but they're at the stage in their development they'll only improve further by playing regularly at this level. Blocking their path with Westwood, or a Hart or Darlow (as some have suggested) would be counter-productive.

 

If we do sign a keeper - and no doubt we would if Westwood departs - it'd most likely be a cheaper senior pro as 3rd choice back-up ala Paul Jones/Lewis Price. 

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