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    Default Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Two of our wingers, fine squad men, have been the subject of some serious interest leading upto and during the transfer window.

    Their futures at the club may well depend on who is coming to join the club, one especially used as a make weight in the deal.

    Decent trustworthy nod and wink, but not from the Admilralty Steps.

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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Well we only have two wingers so that cuts it down a little...


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Is that Tyson to Blackpool and Mcleary to Barnsley Sedge?.


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    yes macleary can go hammill in


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Tyson's a winger? Did anyone tell him?

    Facetiousness aside though I suspect you're right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970 View Post
    Is that Tyson to Blackpool and Mcleary to Barnsley Sedge?.
    As stated not from my aunt, but a fairly repectable and no need to doubt type of chap


    Nail on the head and you can claim your prize.


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    Presumably that occurring would be linked to our tracking of Hammill?


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    I was expecting Forest to have a Cohen/the other bloke who wasn't very good, type deal going..


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    Quote Originally Posted by sedgred View Post
    As stated not from my aunt, but a fairly repectable and no need to doubt type of chap


    Nail on the head and you can claim your prize.
    Have you heard that Mcleary could be PX for Hammill?.


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    would be gutted to see tyson at blackpool as I actually reckon he would do damage to alot of prem sides playing for blackpool


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    Quote Originally Posted by RICH1977 View Post
    would be gutted to see tyson at blackpool as I actually reckon he would do damage to alot of prem sides playing for blackpool
    Similar to Theo Walcott


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    Quote Originally Posted by RICH1977 View Post
    would be gutted to see tyson at blackpool as I actually reckon he would do damage to alot of prem sides playing for blackpool
    Since xmas he has been very good for us, but if he's only going to do it in the last six months of his contract that's not much use. If we have a replacement ready (in Findley presumably) it would be hard to deny the guy the chance to play in the prem and make a little money into the bargain.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RufusTFirefly View Post
    Since xmas he has been very good for us, but if he's only going to do it in the last six months of his contract that's not much use. If we have a replacement ready (in Findley presumably) it would be hard to deny the guy the chance to play in the prem and make a little money into the bargain.
    Or use him as a bargaining piece in getting a player in for a different position.


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Who have Blackpool got that we would want, that they would be willing to sell?!

    Also, swapping McCleary as part of the Hammill deal wouldn't work as there is the 500k buyout clause. Any club who matches that will have it accepted, so why bother throwing an extra player in?


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    Quote Originally Posted by CloughyForEngland View Post
    Who have Blackpool got that we would want, that they would be willing to sell?!

    Also, swapping McCleary as part of the Hammill deal wouldn't work as there is the 500k buyout clause. Any club who matches that will have it accepted, so why bother throwing an extra player in?
    Well they value Tyson at £1million apparently, given that he's only got 5 months left on his contract you could let him go for £500,000?

    If they offered us that plus one of their substitute centre backs on loan for 6 months, we could then sell on Wilson now and make something..

    Surely that would be good business?!


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Yeah true. I wouldn't be arsed if we sold Tyson anyway, he's not consistent enough. Sods law that he would go elsewhere and suddenly learn how to finish as he has the pace to be a decent striker


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    How fast does this transfer business move.............

    Mcleary not the make weight in the deal and Barnsley lad moved onto the Premier League.

    Original offer for Tyson accepted then subject to crass moves from Blackpool, withdrew original offer, the return, offering really silly money in a far lower bid, being told to do one as where would Forest get a decent replacement at such silly low money................rumours only nothing concrete Tyson may well be a Tricky come next season, which ever league we find ourselves in.


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    You have to laugh is that the same gob sh*te Holloway "Don't insult me with your 4m bids"

    Hope we tell him to p*ss right off


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Quote Originally Posted by wideloads View Post
    You have to laugh is that the same gob sh*te Holloway "Don't insult me with your 4m bids"

    Hope we tell him to p*ss right off
    Way of the world though in every business, football is no different, buy and negotiate low..............sell high and hold out for the best price,


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    Ian Holloway is an hippocrite, And a very sickly character to boot.


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    And he looks like a galapagos tortoise.




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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    I've often thought that Holloway looked like a bit of a tortoise head.


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    Default Re: Blackpool rock and a Barnsley chop, anyone expand ?

    I like Olly, but he did use the term "derisory offer" recently and I'm sure that's a phrase copyrighted to William Davies.


 

 

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