Recent round-up: Haidara’s lucky escape after horror tackle

Shola-Ameobi-celebratesNews coming out of St. James’ Park suggest that our new French signing Massidio Haidara has escaped ligament damage in his knee and could even be back in action as early as April.

This moves to allay any fears that the faithful would not see him back in action for a long time and is certainly welcome news after seeing the boy on the end of a tackle that still gets worse each time you watch it – even nearly a week later.

Massidio also conducted himself in a very mature way with his comments to the press advising us all that he is no longer angry but certainly disappointing that no retrospective action was taken. Derek Llambias also shocked us all by releasing a statement we actually agreed with – there’s a first time for everything, eh? – in which he lambasted (see what I did there?)  the FA and called for a change in the rules to protect players and basically say ‘this is not OK and there will be repercussions’

Unfortunately, the FA seem so out of touch with the modern game I can’t see anything happening despite the outcry from everyone but Wigan Athletic. Can’t say any of us are surprised.

Steven Taylor will have been delighted to get a call-up to the squad, despite every other centre back in England getting picked first, although he didn’t make the bench last night for England’s drubbing of European minnows San Marino. I am happy for him but also don’t want him injured so come back in one piece Stevie. Don’t break your balls trying to impress as you are a Newcastle player so won’t be getting picked for future squads regardless of your performance in training. Unless of course everyone else is injured. Ridiculous in my view as I challenge any fan from any club to name 2 English centre backs in better form than Taylor at the moment. Maybe he will get a run out in the next game.



News on the Argentinian front is that Jonas tells us he spoke to Colo, he is doing well and they expect him back before the end of the season to play some part. Colo apparently manages his injuries very well himself and usually gets himself back ahead of schedule. With our track record of injuries why not employ him as a physio then as I don’t know anyone else linked to the club in the past 2 decades that this applies too. Maybe he is a South American Shaman?

Davide Santon has been quoted in the Italian media as saying he would ‘pack his bags for Milan’ Fair enough Davide, it’s your home town and you are a young lad. Good luck whatever you decide to do. He has also said he is settled and happy on Tyneside and I expect ‘The Regime’ will command a decent transfer fee for him. That’s what we do, sign player young and cheap and sell them for more money. It’s a good business model and my only concern will be getting a good replacement for him as this boy will become some player, no doubt about it. We have already seen him come on leaps and bounds and it’s fair to say he has, on the whole, been one of the better performers this season. Well, in the final third anyway.

Adam Campbell got game for England U19’s following his first team substitute appearances. Hopefully he is the next best thing and I truly believe this boy when he says he won’t do an Andy Carroll…we’ll see though….I don’t trust a soul in football!

The last piece on this round-up involves the man, the myth, THE LEGEND – Shola Ameo-bow-bi. With only 1 year left on his contract, it looks like the board are making the right decision and having this one club man, our second highest goalscorer in European history and a man with 4 goals this season despite playing a bit part, sign up to end his career here. It all depends on Shola though, does he fancy a fresh challenge and maybe join a club where the fans appreciate his influence on and off the pitch instead of attacking him like bloodthirsty hounds at every given opportunity? I hope he stays anyway!

That’s the recent news round-up. Plenty to discuss and roll on Manchester City where we will hopefully fight like a wounded animal and challenge the recent injustices into a fiery, positive performance.

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298 thoughts on “Recent round-up: Haidara’s lucky escape after horror tackle

  1. Yeah Kim I feel for Saylor but atleast he wont get injuried, I have been switching back and forward as the game is pretty shit but then when you see Glen Johnson playing again it just shows that it’s the same old same old 😮

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  2. Agree Dave ,I ain’t that impressed with Englands showing in this 2nd half we look a different side to the first 25mins of 1st half ,nerves maybe 😕 .Harts pulled off two good saves in last 5 mins. 🙄

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  3. Fans ,glad they subbed him befor he got hurt or too tired like. Are Sissoko or Mbiwa on ❓

    Wow 3rd save from hart 🙄

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  4. Not being bias but England missed Saylor in defence in the 2nd half coz when Mont started to get at us Smalling looked like a rabbit caught in headlights.
    They had no leadership out there at all. It’s all well and good beating San Marino 8-0 but that was shit.

    Stat for you – England ranked 4th – Brazil … 18th!!!

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  5. GEORGIO @190 Agree.
    B&[email protected] You say you put Haidara at the Sammy Ameobi stage and not quite at the Bigirimana stage. Did you watch the Anzhi game in Moscow? I would say he is more advanced than those players and pretty much at the first team player stage. Particularly as we don’t have a first choice orthodox left back IMO.

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  6. SHARPY17
    I still don’t rate Smalling after watching that heap of s#### on catch up. S.Taylor WOULD have done a better job in my opinion. Smalling was putting unnecessary balls out for corners and stuff like that, not Engerland qualitee stuff that. 😛

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  7. Sharpy & DJG
    I said the exact same thing to my dad, never held him in high regard and felt he proved my point that he is a poor defender. If he didn’t occasionally get on to the pitch for Man U then he wouldn’t be any where near the England squad. Taylor is far superior in every attribute, but will probably not ever play now because of the gap between the next international game allowing the injured players to return, this was Hodgson’s chance to see if he could fight for a place but he chickened out. On another note Cleverley is, as I’ve always claimed, crap.

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  8. Andy @243 Cleverley was dreadfull last night I agree ,lost possession at key moments too often. Smalling is so over rated and agree it’s the Man u thing that goes in his favour imo. Shamefull by Roy to not give Saylor the chance to stake a claim ,should of tried him out last week . I know they were poor opposition but he would of got an idea of Saylors positional awareness within the team set up if nowt else. 🙄 .I don’t get this same old same old with the players ,should be playing players on form and who play every game for their respective clubs . Likewise no point playing players who are passed theyr’e prime when there are good up and coming players who given the chance could improve the team. No idea why he contemplated bringing back Rio for instance ,he may be in good form but is crocked and most likely wouldn’t be ok for WC anyway.

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  9. It says a lot about Smalling that fergie will do just about anything to stop him playing at centre half, Vidic and ferdinand have missed so many games in the last year or two yet Evans, Jones even Carrick have played more matches as central defenders than Smalling has and they are now buying Garay from Benfica in the summer.

    I said watching it when we were under the cosh and Johnson was on a yellow that Steven Taylor could have slotted in at right back been far better defensively and given more height in the box for the shit loads of corners they had. It was no surprise that Johnson was outjumped for their goal and it was no a surprise when i found out after Saylor wasnt even on the bench.

    Woy naturally preferring Caulker who fits the usual bill: Plays for one of the top fours reserve teams and is the usual bang average shite that Hodgson favours Shawcross, Shelvey, Livermore, Henderson etc. 🙄

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  10. England as a world football force are in serious decline. There’s just no good young players, perhaps Wiltshire. If Cleverly, Welbeck and Smalling are our future we may as well just pack in. Without sounding bitter I also think Hodgson’s crap and always was.

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  11. Georgio – I disagree mate. I actually think that England have some very good young players coming through and that’s thanks to Stuart Pearce and the set up with the U21s. However, what we then need is a seniors manager who has the balls to select the right players. But what we have is an English media who jump all over the manager if he leaves certain players out.
    Look at Rio Ferdinand for example, or when Terry got dropped while facing racism allegations.
    In my opinion Leighton Baines is in far better form than Ashley Cole this season, but if Hodgson dared to drop Cole or picked Lampard instead of Gerrard – even if we won the game comfortably, you know what the headlines would be don’t you.
    We have some cracking young players coming through, but they need regular club football and need a manager with the balls to select and play them.

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  12. Sharpy – “We have some cracking young players coming through.” Who are they? Wiltshire definitely, Chamberlain probably. Who are the others?

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  13. Georgio – I’m talking our future here, players who could make the grade if played regularly at club level, 2 players for each position and no-one over 22yrs. These players could be introduced gradually to the 1st team and played alongside senior players like Hart, Rooney, Walcott and others who are still young in age but experienced at International football – so here we go:

    Gk – Butland (20) Rudd (22)
    RB – Walker (22) Clyne (21)
    LB – Danny Rose (22) Luke Shaw (17)
    CB – Caulker (21) Craig Dawson (22)
    CB – Kyle Bartley (21) Phil Jones (21)
    MF – Wilshire (21) Shelvey (21) Powell (19)
    Rodwell (22)
    AMF – Chamberlain (19) Ince (21) Sterling (18)
    Andros Townsend (20)
    CF – Welbeck (22) Zaha (20) Afobe (20)
    Whickham (19)

    Now don’t get me wrong mate, I’m not suggesting that I’ve just named you a 22 man squad that will win the World Cup. But there 11 players there that would have turned that England team over last night. But there is a 2 fold problem, firstly, these young lads are so busy chasing the big bucks and see success as being signed by the Manchester clubs, or one of the ‘big’ clubs and would sooner sit on the bench at one of these clubs like Rodwell – who would have played week in week out at Everton. The second is that the England manager only selects from a handful of teams so the likes of Clyne and Shaw at Saints or Ince at Bpool will likely be over looked.

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  14. Buttland-Poor for GB, apparently good for brum, Rudd is solid but we have no real keeper issues because Hart will be around for yonks.
    Walker-Can’t defend, scores wonder goals, see Glen Johnson.
    Clyne-Doesn’t look much special, can’t say I am sad we missed out on him, don’t think Tav is far off his level, Debuchy better.
    Rose-Can’t defend, scores wonder goals, see Walker, Johnson. Not seen enough of Shaw.
    Caulker/Dawson/Bartley-Alright for his age in what is usually the most mature of positions, I always go for experience in those positions, if Staylor carries on uninjured for the next few years he should make the WC but probably won’t..
    Jones-Didn’t he play football in his past?…Looks a bit better in midfield anyway, quick and strong but maybe too clumsy for CB?

    Wilshire-He is quality, probably our only young player who could eventually make a world 11 imo. Assuming he stops sulking and can stay fit. S
    Shelvey-Too ugly for the international stage…good eye for goal but imo lacks mobility + technical ability, basically sums up the england midfield for the last 10 years.
    Powell-Average but obviously pretty young, hopefully fergs works some magic.
    Rodwell-Had very high hopes for him a few years back, but if injuries weren’t bad enough he’s probably ruined his career by going to city, expect nothing…

    Chamberlain, Sterling-Surrounded by good technical players in good teams which is what they need, competition but also players they can learn from. Ideally we need to stop them believing their own hype and becomming the playboys of the future. Ince-need to see more of at the top level.

    Townsend-Average.

    Welbeck-Has some of the worst first/second touches of an international footballer I have seen. Not much of a goal threat, but I guess he runs around a bit and we don’t have much to choose from up top.
    Zaha-Overhyped, average.
    Afobe- 😆

    Wickham-Hahahahaahahaha. No.

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  15. Cleverly has always looked average to me-good on loan at Wigan was it? But other than that, shocking. Massively fluke “wonder goal” against us aside, his finishing is pathetic. Constantly gets caught on the ball, has none of this inch perfect passing we heard so much when they said he’d be the next scholes…

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  16. Thank God we get back to normal footie this week end, got me thinking how shit it will be at the end of the season 👿
    As for England same shit different year, they always stick to the popular boys that seem to make up the top 4,

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  17. Newkie – wow that’s some assessment of a bunch of kids most of which would walk into most PL squads and make the first teams. If that’s how you rate those young uns I dread to think what you make of NUFCs young uns.
    I did try to stress that I list these kids on potential rather than as they stand now, and as it was England’s future players I kept it to under 22s, but there are also players like Adam Lallana at 24 who aren’t making these squads.

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  18. While last year’s figures, which included an overall profit of £32.6m, were significantly boosted by the £35m sale of Andy Carroll to Liverpool, this year’s figures give a clearer indication of the Club’s positive performance overall with profit after player amortisation standing at £1.4m.

    Another year of profit. 😉

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  19. Sharpy – not impressed by your list, in fact it proves my point. If that’s the best of young English talent we’re really in trouble! As for your assertion that they’d walk into most PL teams/squads – why haven’t they? Maybe they have, actually don’t care that much.

    What really caught my eye was something you said a week or so ago. I’d been musing where our next points were coming from in the relegation battle. You then answered that you were hoping for 4 points, 4 points! That would see us down. Thought I was paranoid.

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  20. Sharpy-if these lot would walk into most premier league sides it must show the decline in quality of not only the english game among the English, but also the calibre of players we can attract..Some of that was tongue in cheek, but alas our players are always lauded as future greats on a par with some of the best players we’ve ever produced, unfortunately I just dont see it

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  21. As for our youth I’m not too worried-true I don’t sing their praises consistently and I didn’t trumpet Airey to the world after we sold Carroll, but Campbell to me looks a bright young prospect. However I have said on many occasions we are quite poor at coaching these players-when Bigirimana was our best youth player at the start of the season some 3-4 years younger than Ferguson, our own youth prospect, it does make you worry. I couldn’t tell you who I think will make the grade as none of them have played enough, Fergie and Sammy will get the playing time, Tav needs a season at a good CC side. Campbell has plenty of time and hopefully we can manage him better than the rest.

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  22. Georgio – perhaps the week delay in you raising the point has left you confused about what I ACTUALLY said mate. Allow me to rack over it for you. Basically a number of people were posting that the recent injuries to Debuchy, Cabaye and Haidara as they were at the time left those posters worried we would be at risk of relegation again. My post was actually the exact opposite of paranoid as what I was saying was that IMO – worst case scenerio all we need is 4 more points. I wasn’t suggesting I think we’ll only get 4 points, I said I believe we only need 4 points to survive. I did explain at the time why I thought that but clearly you didn’t read that.

    Newkie – I’m not lauding any of those players as future greats or comparing them with any past legend. Simply that given time and opportunity they could be decent players for club and country.

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  23. Sharpy-I didn’t say you were mate, I know you just listed young english players who could make the grade and left it at that. My original post showed what I thought about most of those. My point about overhyped youngsters was that it does and will happen to most young english players simply because they are English. It’s like Chelsea and England about Josh McEachran, they creamed themselves over him about three years ago. As far as I’m aware he’s doing ok with the Smoggies but not pulling up any trees.

    Look at some hysterics about England drawing yesterday, the reaction of fans & the press when we draw with these sides when they could easily have beaten us. The england side are constantly rated better than they are, same as the youths imo.

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  24. Sorry Sharpy – I probably read too quickly then left. Anyway I don’t think 4 points will do it. I did but recent results have changed that. I think we’ll get a minimum 8 but I also think 37-38 points might get you relegated. Be a bit worried if I lived down the road. Their run in is awful and for me they look favourites.

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  25. As far as the winter sgnings are concerned, I gotta say i cant criticise any of them and to start making comparisons or judging them,on the basis of a few games, is a bit unfair.
    Yeah we have all seen both Gouffran and Sissoko’s pace and when linked up with Marveaux are possibly one of the speediest lines in the league.
    Plus Sissoko can run all day and is just so versatile.
    All three talented tecnical players who when given time to play to-gether in this league, should give plenty of clubs problems.
    Debuchy had some problems to begin with, but is now playing so well, both in defence and coming forward, that we tend to take what he does for granted.
    Yanga M’Biwa, same thing, but he and Saylor are getting more familiar with each others style, plus MYB is adjusting to the speed of the EPL game. could be an excellent partnership for the next few years.
    As for Haidara, hell you gotta remember he’s still a teenager and what i have seen of him, is already a better defender than Santon.
    Who i believe wants to return to Italy and will probably go either this or next year, but again he’s still a comparitively young player.
    In which case i think Haidara is a good choice to replace him.
    He surprised me with his ability to carry the ball upfield, without shirking his defensive duties, unlike Santon at times.
    The only dissapointment has been HBA, who looked slow, through being both out of shape and way overweight, in his last outing.
    The real liabilities are Williamson, (not EPL Quality) Raylor (same) if all you got is a set piece kicking ability, which he has’nt shown a lot of, mainly against us for Wigan and of course Gosling (sick note)
    I’m sure we can bring in three better (purple) players this summer, giving us the quality in depth to be able to deal with both injuries and hopefully have a bit of success in one of the cups.

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  26. Fletcher and Cattermole out for the season, A shocker of a run in and already on a 7 match winless run.

    Funny if Bruce is promoted with hull and them daft twats go down with magic marty in charge… 🙄 😆

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  27. Georgio – As I say, I think we’ll get more than 4 more points, but the reason I said what I did was that as things stand now 4 points who take us to 37 – 10 points and 3rd bottom Wigan meaning they would need 11 points as we have a better goal difference. It would take us 14 points clear of Reading and QPR who would need 15 points.
    I don’t see Wigan getting 11 more points from there run in and certainly don’t see Reading and QPR getting 15 a piece. Only getting 4 points would leave a really nervy run in but I reckon it would see us fine – just. I think we will surpass the 40 mark though.
    Scum are missing Cattermole and Fletcher for the rest of the season, they are in real trouble mate.

    Newkie – agree with you. When the likes of Man U, Chelsea, City and Arsenal pay over the odds for young English ‘talent’ and then shove them in the reserves – players like Scott Sinclair, Adam Johnson, Josh McEachran, Nick Powell, AOC, Rodwell, Gibbs and now Zaha and I’m sure someone will pay through the nose for Ince aswell in the summer, it’s no wonder they never react there full potential and why clubs like us turn to young French or foreign talent.

    I’m not sure how many more posts I’m going to get on this article as its starting to take an age to load now, usually down to the number of post.

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  28. Sharpy-Yep, exactly. Johnson was another one, at 20 he was one of England’s most technical players and a bright hope. I still thought he’d do well at the scum, but all those years as a sub at city don’t seem to have done him much good. It’s a real shame, all sides want local english lads to make the grade but its pretty hard. They have to have a good head on their shoulders now to avoid the bling and try and improve their game, given they’re all surrounded by snakes from the age of 16.

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  29. DJG – Aye, I did see Haidara at Anzhi and I thought he looked very good. To the best of my recollection that was a slower game, however. Subsequently, the lad has looked suspect defensively and limited going forward IMO. That means I put him in or around the Sammy Ameobi bracket: not ready and may never be so.

    I don’t know why some people get so sensitive about criticism of players as if it were slagging off their little brother. I’m not writing Haidara off; I’m just stating my assessment of what I see so far.

    As for Shola, I agree with Dave. If people think he’s shit, they’d shouldn’t be criticised for giving their opinion. I think anyone who rates Shola must be mental, but I wouldn’t labour the point! 😆

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  30. Newkie – You talk about players having a good head on their shoulders from 16 and trying to improve their game. What amazes me about Shola is he’s got worse and not better over the years.

    He used to be quite tricky with a little bit of Sammy or Paulo Wanchope in his locker. He’s completely lost that. He has just got heavier and lazier, his touch is still bloody awful, and he cannot shoot without pulling it or scuffing it. It would be interesting to see an old video of when he was younger.

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  31. B+B-Shola is a bit of a strange one…he seemed to put the weight on for CC maybe thinking he’d need the extra weight for the type of play we’d likely use, but he never lost it. Or maybe it was just comfort eating after the shocking relegation season 😆

    I don’t think he’s lost the odd bit of magic in his feet, his goal vs qpr was a good shuffle. But he has got heavier and lazier…but isn’t that the same for everyone as they get older? 😀

    I know what you mean though, he never hit the heights he promised as a youngster imo.

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  32. I still think we’re going to be in the relegation dog fight. The same old defensive frailties remain, and we miss too many of the relatively few chances we create. Moreover, Pardew is too tactically inept. He hasn’t got an effective game plan. He’s slow to spot potential threats and even slower to make a move to counteract them. Too often we get hit with one, and it leaves our brittle confidence exposed. Our best hope is moments of invididual brilliance from Cabaye, Benny and Cisse; realistically that means Cabaye. It should be interesting on here if we get gubbed by City and other teams around us pick up points.

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  33. Newkie – Johnson reminds me of Downing in many ways. Like Kieron Dyer and SWP, they both flatter to deceive and very rarely have an end product. All four are the o-so-nearly men. The favourite passtime in our house for a few years now has been watching SWP looking like a world beater until he falls on his arse or blazes wide from two yards. 😳 😆

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  34. B+B-Downing and SWP were always terrible for me, especially Downing. I think Johnson really had it, or had a chance at it, he actually really showed promise and technical ability-maybe not great by foreign standards but for an Englishman he stuck out like a sore thumb. I expected him to do well at the scum but bar the odd good goal he’s been as piss poor as the rest of their side.

    I will miss SWP on MOTD when QPR get relegated though, skinning four defenders and putting the ball out of that tiny stadium 😉

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  35. Oh btw Colo is back in Newcastle today. And my youngest collared Jonas in the metro today, whatever you say about him on the pitch he is a top lad.

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  36. Relegation dogfight? QPR and Reading are virtually guaranteed to drop. That means Wigan have their work cut out to catch up a 6 point gap with a pretty meaty run-in. Of course we have a few gems as well, but with Villa, West Ham & Southampton bogging down I cant see us being the least favourite. Then you have the mackems. Can’t buy a goal, key injuries, no form at all, pretty tasty end of term schedule. Relegation dogfight? Hmmm. 🙄

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  37. Tsunki, I’ll be happy when we get those 6 points in the bag. So will Ashley, because apart from the spectre of relegation being removed, the pay out for league places is quite juicy. If we put a decent run together we may shoot up the table and the higher the finish the more the wedge in our coffers.

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  38. I’m not rubbishing the danger of relegation though, I just think we have the cushion of some right dregs below us, not a glittering recommendation of our squad all the same.

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  39. Relegation is still a possibility. But one win and its virtually impossible for us to go down.

    Too many shite teams this year.

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  40. the link @ 278

    slightly confusing analysis

    I seem to recall that after ‘amortisation’ we actually made a small loss in last years accounts (but made a nice profit otherwise) This year we’ve made a small profit after the same accounting chicanery has been applied (but didnt receive a monster 35m transfer fee) Hmmm…

    Looking forward to seeing the full accounts, at which point ‘amortisation’ can be throughly ignored and perhaps a more meaningful comparison can be made

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  41. M I was thinkinking the same, it just seem a wee bit strange, but as you say we’ll see when the full accounts are out, as we should have done better

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  42. A fairly sharp increase in wages though, I suppose this will be offset a bit by Colo leaving, but the key question as always is do we push on this summer, or do we allow colo, simmo and players like Obertan/Willo to move on and then not bring anyone else in. You’d have to say they must be considering a cheap summer, given our Jan signings and the fact we won’t have Europa next year.. 😕

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  43. Newkie if we don’t replace them we’ll just start to get back into the same shit we were in, so for me it’s vital to build on to what we have.
    Aussie that bit will be harder to find 😆

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  44. It would be hard to tell when Richie is raiding a fridge, he blocks out all the light when he opens the door 🙂 🙂

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  45. would be nice to see the commercial revenue boosted by some input from sports direct, just the going rate, whatever would be considered reasonable for the amount of whoring (i suppose i mean hordings) they have around the ground

    we may have to take it to uefa in relation to financial fair play, for not getting the going rate, would be interesting to see if they would look at it

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  46. I wonder what this ‘biggest commercial deal in the clubs history’ is going to be?

    What could it possibly be…

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  47. Dave-That’s what I meant mate, we can’t have the same situation even without europe… I think we need to get a striker as a rotateable option to allow Campbell to get hopefully a season long loan in the CC, unless we plan to start giving him a half hour on the pitch consistently. Other than that just replace those that leave, or see what Carr comes up with…

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  48. God martinez needs to shut his gob about his player’s suffering. Absolutely pathetic. Good luck in the championship c***

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  49. RE B&B and Newkie yesterday
    I think he’s actually improved in his role the last few years. After being a slightly promising youngster, the majority of his 20’s he was just purely shit. Now he has at least got slightly better at holding up the ball and linking up with other players for the last 20 minutes. He’s never been a starter though.

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  50. Read a few of Lambarses quotes this morning on our second year of profit.
    Actually didn’t want to hurl abuse at him for once! Admits the mistakes, admits the majority of the season was a disaster due to summer failings, but also says they will continue to strengthen the squad.
    I believe we will see one “purple” (possibly in addition to Colo who won’t fetch much) sold this summer to help fund some squad tuning. My money is on Tiote. Thought we should have sold him last year when his stock was higher tbh.

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