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  1. I think they are just the ones out of contract Alan hence there being only a few names. Jos has said he wants to keep Venancio and I agree with you on that one.
  2. Been an improvement these last few weeks but agreed, an awful season, one of the worst for a while, a total dead rubber of a game but be nice to go out on the back of another win. Looks like Ross Wallace has been released first - good player who stood up when it counted and scored some memorable goals, really got under uniteds skin in the Lane derby as well :hihi:
  3. The saviour, the messiah, he’s one of our own, first sniff of unrest and Warnocks better :hihi:
  4. 50/50 split both equally to blame. ---------- Post added 30-04-2018 at 20:52 ---------- You clearly don’t understand the game, we’ve bought loan wingers in like McGeady and McManaman this has lead to upturns in performances by Wallace who virtually single handedly got us to the play off final. Like I said, more than one way to skin a cat. Madine won’t ever be solely responsible if Cardiff get promoted be he could turn out to be a catalyst to it happening.
  5. The job of management at the club is to identify targets to make them stronger, Leeds are a shambles, United are not. ---------- Post added 30-04-2018 at 20:27 ---------- ......and possibly spurring other players onto as they knew they had competition, more than one way to skin a cat. ---------- Post added 30-04-2018 at 20:29 ---------- You can scoff about those players all you want but I’d rather have a chairman that at least tries rather than one that’s done nothing and risks losing their biggest asset, that’s even more hilarious.
  6. That’s for the people managing the club to decide, Madines worse than Leon.
  7. Or a striker of the quality that you could have bought in January maybe.
  8. I'm pretty sure Thorniley signed an extension quite recently mate.
  9. I love a bit of over generalising :hihi: very, very few games are £42 and as a good portion that attend are ST holders or Members none will pay anywhere near that. The football hasn't been great this season for obvious reasons but prior to that it was great value. Cardiff also play "boring soccer" as did Huddersfield and they'll probably be playing it in the Prem next season. ---------- Post added 30-04-2018 at 14:34 ---------- If they spend £5m and anybody who finishes above them spends less it could be interesting :hihi:
  10. Quote - I hope the board back my ambition in the transfer window - unquote.
  11. Its a real dilemma for some posters on here, if he doesn't get the backing they'll lose the best manager they've had since Warnock and if he does get backing it will go against all the principles they've posted about out not spending money for the last few years, its a tough one :hihi:
  12. However you dress it up not sufficiently backing Wilder in January was a monumental error, there’s no guarantee it would have worked (there never is in football) but you wouldn’t now have a man who’s possibly looking for a way out of the club.
  13. So going from perennial relegation strugglers to two top 6 finishes isn't an improvement :hihi: we've had a bad un this season but signs for the coming seasons are good, don't talk rubbish.
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