MATCHWATCH : Millwall (a) sponsored by Eamon Dunphy

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Millwall (a) sponsored by Eamon Dunphy

by John Smith » 16 Jan 2020 14:11

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by Hound » 16 Jan 2020 15:32

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and terrible tats. And zero sense seeing his sending off the other week against us

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by Hendo » 16 Jan 2020 16:44

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Old Man Andrews They can be you're right, In Wallace's case I think he hasn't done it consistently for long enough just yet to command a huge fee, Bowen at Hull for example has be outstanding for two seasons now and would command a big fee. Wallace isn't at that kind of level yet.

Speaking of Bowen I have no idea how he is still at Hull. He has bags of ability and would do a job for a lot of Premier League sides, especially the lower end ones.


Agreed on that. Amazed he didn't go in the summer

My brother supports Hull and cannot believe his luck! There aren't even any rumours surrounding him really. Reckons they will get about £20m if he leaves in the summer.


https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/10754858/leeds-transfer-jarrod-bowen-hull/?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=sunfootballtwitter&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1579191868

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by Snowflake Royal » 16 Jan 2020 17:53

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Old Man Andrews We could do with someone like him. Plays on the wing but can also do the Swift role in the event of injuries or suspensions etc. Can't see him costing too much either.


He'd cost an absolute fortune. Under long term contract, rumours of Prem interest. Would be 10m minimum I expect

Think that would be a hugely inflated fee of the back of what is a brilliant half season. I was basing the assessment on Transfermarkt's valuation plus an extra £2m, thats how I normally value a player anyway. I had him at arounf the £4m mark.

£4m is quite a wedge!

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by WestYorksRoyal » 16 Jan 2020 17:56

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Agreed on that. Amazed he didn't go in the summer

My brother supports Hull and cannot believe his luck! There aren't even any rumours surrounding him really. Reckons they will get about £20m if he leaves in the summer.


https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/10754858/leeds-transfer-jarrod-bowen-hull/?utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=sunfootballtwitter&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1579191868

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I'd tell them to submit a proper offer and stump up the cash or oxf*rd off.


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by Old Man Andrews » 16 Jan 2020 18:00

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He'd cost an absolute fortune. Under long term contract, rumours of Prem interest. Would be 10m minimum I expect

Think that would be a hugely inflated fee of the back of what is a brilliant half season. I was basing the assessment on Transfermarkt's valuation plus an extra £2m, thats how I normally value a player anyway. I had him at arounf the £4m mark.

£4m is quite a wedge!

It is but fair in the circumstances and based upon the players form and stats I'd reckon.

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by Hound » 16 Jan 2020 19:37

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Old Man Andrews Think that would be a hugely inflated fee of the back of what is a brilliant half season. I was basing the assessment on Transfermarkt's valuation plus an extra £2m, thats how I normally value a player anyway. I had him at arounf the £4m mark.

£4m is quite a wedge!

It is but fair in the circumstances and based upon the players form and stats I'd reckon.


If you think Millwall would take 4m for Wallace you’re in dreamland chaps

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by Old Man Andrews » 16 Jan 2020 19:54

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It is but fair in the circumstances and based upon the players form and stats I'd reckon.


If you think Millwall would take 4m for Wallace you’re in dreamland chaps

True value and what they would demand are different things old bean.

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by Hound » 16 Jan 2020 20:37

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Old Man Andrews It is but fair in the circumstances and based upon the players form and stats I'd reckon.


If you think Millwall would take 4m for Wallace you’re in dreamland chaps

True value and what they would demand are different things old bean.


Well that’s a different matter altogether


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by URZZZZ » 16 Jan 2020 20:51

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He's not that bad but why Huddersfield thought he'd be a good signing for the Premier League is beyond me. He's miles away from that sort of standard

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by Hound » 16 Jan 2020 21:49

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He's not that bad but why Huddersfield thought he'd be a good signing for the Premier League is beyond me. He's miles away from that sort of standard


Could be said of most of their signings tbh

Noticed that £18m Kongolo has been booted out on loan

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by Snowflake Royal » 16 Jan 2020 22:40

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It is but fair in the circumstances and based upon the players form and stats I'd reckon.


If you think Millwall would take 4m for Wallace you’re in dreamland chaps

Merely baulking at the idea £4m is 'cheap' not whether it's accurate. Could be a brilliant bargain for him but personally cheap isn't a word I'd associate with it in relation to an RFC signing.

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by Simmops » 17 Jan 2020 08:18

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John Smith Diabolical footballer with the physical attributes of a teenage cross country runner.


He's not that bad but why Huddersfield thought he'd be a good signing for the Premier League is beyond me. He's miles away from that sort of standard


Could be said of most of their signings tbh

Noticed that £18m Kongolo has been booted out on loan


I think Quanier was one of the worst players I've ever seen in the Premier league in my life.


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by Hound » 17 Jan 2020 08:44

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He's not that bad but why Huddersfield thought he'd be a good signing for the Premier League is beyond me. He's miles away from that sort of standard


Could be said of most of their signings tbh

Noticed that £18m Kongolo has been booted out on loan


I think Quanier was one of the worst players I've ever seen in the Premier league in my life.


quite possibly, but he went up with him - they didn't sign him after they'd gone up

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by John Smith » 17 Jan 2020 09:44

Simmops I think Quanier was one of the worst players I've ever seen in the Premier league in my life.

Yes, very, very bad.

What about Sandor Torghelle for Palace circa 2005. Ghastly.

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by Simmops » 17 Jan 2020 10:12

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Simmops I think Quanier was one of the worst players I've ever seen in the Premier league in my life.

Yes, very, very bad.

What about Sandor Torghelle for Palace circa 2005. Ghastly.



GOOD LORD. He was utter dross. Worse then a certain Mr G Rasiak, who has to be the worst, most pathetic excuse for a footballer to have ever pulled on the famous blue and white hoops. I am sure the majority will agree.

As you are somewhat as a football connoisseur John, I am sure you will appreciate this list of Premier League misfits.

Bosko Balaban. Possibly the worst striker to have ever played in the league.
Winston Bogarde. The definition of the word fraud.
Massimo Taibi. Lol.
Ricky Van WolsvinkeLOL. Utter dross.

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by John Smith » 17 Jan 2020 10:53

Simmops As you are somewhat as a football connoisseur John, I am sure you will appreciate this list of Premier League misfits.

Bosko Balaban. Possibly the worst striker to have ever played in the league.
Winston Bogarde. The definition of the word fraud.
Massimo Taibi. Lol.
Ricky Van WolsvinkeLOL. Utter dross.

:D :D goodness me, yes. £8million wasn't he? Huge money back then, especially for Villa.

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by Pepe the Horseman » 17 Jan 2020 12:57

Millwall have signed Ryan Woods on loan, could make his debut tomorrow.

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by Snowflake Royal » 17 Jan 2020 13:05

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Simmops I think Quanier was one of the worst players I've ever seen in the Premier league in my life.

Yes, very, very bad.

What about Sandor Torghelle for Palace circa 2005. Ghastly.



GOOD LORD. He was utter dross. Worse then a certain Mr G Rasiak, who has to be the worst, most pathetic excuse for a footballer to have ever pulled on the famous blue and white hoops. I am sure the majority will agree.

As you are somewhat as a football connoisseur John, I am sure you will appreciate this list of Premier League misfits.

Bosko Balaban. Possibly the worst striker to have ever played in the league.
Winston Bogarde. The definition of the word fraud.
Massimo Taibi. Lol.
Ricky Van WolsvinkeLOL. Utter dross.

Rasiak was no worse than bang average. I could name 10 worse for us in my sleep.

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by URZZZZ » 17 Jan 2020 13:11

Pepe the Horseman Millwall have signed Ryan Woods on loan, could make his debut tomorrow.


Damn, think he’s a cracking little
player

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