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2 hours ago, Ridgewalk said:

Time will tell if these are good recruits. How can a club afford to send a£12 million player on loan ?  We can only dream

United are the ultimate con merchants , They sell their best assets for millions ,the owners bank the money and then sign other clubs players on loan to fill the spaces . 

Clever in it.

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12 hours ago, Albert smith said:

United are the ultimate con merchants , They sell their best assets for millions ,the owners bank the money and then sign other clubs players on loan to fill the spaces . 

Clever in it.

I think that model perfectly fits Dingles fc. Your new owners, one relegation and three managers, to their record so far, plus Isgrove, Moncur, Potts, Bradshaw, Winkler all gone.  Plus your Chief Exec poised to depart tomorrow for Nice. How much investment   in the team ?  A full team sold under Heckingbottoms nose January 2017.  Result relegation.  Meanwhile  the Blades top end of Championship.

 

Why don't you concentrate more on Barnsley's  difficulties and leave the Sheffield  Clubs alone ?

 

 

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Good management Albert, balance the books and keep solvent, the fans would like to spend millions, other clubs have spent millions and got nowhere.. for heavens sake Blades are 3rd in the table, brilliant.

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1 hour ago, Padders said:

Good management Albert, balance the books and keep solvent, the fans would like to spend millions, other clubs have spent millions and got nowhere.. for heavens sake Blades are 3rd in the table, brilliant.

I am not saying they are not ,what I am saying is that the owners are very clever in the way they do business , The money that comes in from the big transfer fees obtained  some how disappears  into thin air, they then use the loan market to fill the gaps .

Some clubs chairmen put their own money in and this some times comes back and bights them on the arrsse.

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2 hours ago, Albert smith said:

I am not saying they are not ,what I am saying is that the owners are very clever in the way they do business , The money that comes in from the big transfer fees obtained  some how disappears  into thin air, they then use the loan market to fill the gaps .

Some clubs chairmen put their own money in and this some times comes back and bights them on the arrsse.

Funny that......

 

Because the Brooks money is being paid to us by Bournemouth in instalments and upon receipt of the first two instalments, we have signed two quality players.

 

First instalment received - John Egan (£4.5m Brentford) 

Second instalment received - Oliver Norwood (£3m permanent Brighton)

 

= £7.5m received and invested straight into the squad as permanent transfers.

 

Another £4m is due and the option is available to invest this into another signing via a loan note against the money due in. This money is available to Wilder IF he wants it however he prefers to go about business in his own way as opposed to throwing money at "gambles".

 

Kind of flaws your argument to be fair doesn't it. 

 

If anything the way we go about business at BDTBL should be used as a model by other clubs. Self sustainable and at no financial risk what so ever. 

 

You only have to look at other local clubs for examples of how not to do business. You can throw stupid amounts at individual players as much as you like but it guarantees no rewards.

 

Or you can do what Wilder has done with certain players..... You can loan them with the option to buy should they be successful at the club and until further instalments come in (Norwood) and now (Hogan). No initial risk involved, no diving into funds and into the red with signings and first dabs on a quality player, should they hit the ground running....no brainer. 

 

So at present we have a promotion chasing team.... and a + £5m bank account that is available for spend, thanks to the sale of Ryan Leonard sale earlier in the season and optionally by means of loan note against the monies coming in from the Brooks sale. 

 

But lets not let fact get in the way of a good old conspiracy 😂😂

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3 hours ago, Albert smith said:

I am not saying they are not ,what I am saying is that the owners are very clever in the way they do business , The money that comes in from the big transfer fees obtained  some how disappears  into thin air, they then use the loan market to fill the gaps .

Some clubs chairmen put their own money in and this some times comes back and bights them on the arrsse.

Have i missed a few days?? have the Blades sold a multi million pound player?? or is the truth we have loaned out one striker and took in a better loanee in !!     

3rd in the table with a promising weekend coming up !       its a great time to be a Blade, Envy  !! :)  why not just become a Blade?  South Barnsley, Central Barnsley ???    reasonable prices, great pubs and a play off spot while playing great football, come on down...ITS THE TRUTH.

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16 hours ago, Albert smith said:

United are the ultimate con merchants , They sell their best assets for millions ,the owners bank the money and then sign other clubs players on loan to fill the spaces . 

Clever in it.

Do you know if you are right thinking about it it is clever.Well done pointing that out.

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1 hour ago, cmonkes said:

Funny that......

 

Because the Brooks money is being paid to us by Bournemouth in instalments and upon receipt of the first two instalments, we have signed two quality players.

 

First instalment received - John Egan (£4.5m Brentford) 

Second instalment received - Oliver Norwood (£3m permanent Brighton)

 

= £7.5m received and invested straight into the squad as permanent transfers.

 

Another £4m is due and the option is available to invest this into another signing via a loan note against the money due in. This money is available to Wilder IF he wants it however he prefers to go about business in his own way as opposed to throwing money at "gambles".

 

Kind of flaws your argument to be fair doesn't it. 

 

If anything the way we go about business at BDTBL should be used as a model by other clubs. Self sustainable and at no financial risk what so ever. 

 

You only have to look at other local clubs for examples of how not to do business. You can throw stupid amounts at individual players as much as you like but it guarantees no rewards.

 

Or you can do what Wilder has done with certain players..... You can loan them with the option to buy should they be successful at the club and until further instalments come in (Norwood) and now (Hogan). No initial risk involved, no diving into funds and into the red with signings and first dabs on a quality player, should they hit the ground running....no brainer. 

 

So at present we have a promotion chasing team.... and a + £5m bank account that is available for spend, thanks to the sale of Ryan Leonard sale earlier in the season and optionally by means of loan note against the monies coming in from the Brooks sale. 

 

But lets not let fact get in the way of a good old conspiracy 😂😂

How right you are mate it is called try before you buy.If it fits buy it if not send it back .No risk what so ever.We have a clever guy at the helm why take a risk paying millions for a striker and then finding he is firing blanks.If like Norward he fits the bill buy him if not send him back.Brilliant really.In the mean time you get a 12 million pound striker for now't.Some clubs can take a few lessons from our Chris and I believe some are already doing so.Others never learn and pay the price.

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3 hours ago, cmonkes said:

Funny that......

 

Because the Brooks money is being paid to us by Bournemouth in instalments and upon receipt of the first two instalments, we have signed two quality players.

 

First instalment received - John Egan (£4.5m Brentford) 

Second instalment received - Oliver Norwood (£3m permanent Brighton)

 

= £7.5m received and invested straight into the squad as permanent transfers.

 

Another £4m is due and the option is available to invest this into another signing via a loan note against the money due in. This money is available to Wilder IF he wants it however he prefers to go about business in his own way as opposed to throwing money at "gambles".

 

Kind of flaws your argument to be fair doesn't it. 

 

If anything the way we go about business at BDTBL should be used as a model by other clubs. Self sustainable and at no financial risk what so ever. 

 

You only have to look at other local clubs for examples of how not to do business. You can throw stupid amounts at individual players as much as you like but it guarantees no rewards.

 

Or you can do what Wilder has done with certain players..... You can loan them with the option to buy should they be successful at the club and until further instalments come in (Norwood) and now (Hogan). No initial risk involved, no diving into funds and into the red with signings and first dabs on a quality player, should they hit the ground running....no brainer. 

 

So at present we have a promotion chasing team.... and a + £5m bank account that is available for spend, thanks to the sale of Ryan Leonard sale earlier in the season and optionally by means of loan note against the monies coming in from the Brooks sale. 

 

But lets not let fact get in the way of a good old conspiracy 😂😂

No no no. The way to do it is attract an owner who shows little regards for the rules and regulations, spend a fortune and then when it doesn't work start throwing your toys out of the pram and blame FFP as being unfair. 

 

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Sheffield Wednesday have tied up loan moves for Newcastle United players Rolando Aarons (LW) and Achraf Lazaar (LB).

 

Not sure if it has been mentioned yet, not sure it has been confirmed yet but it is happening this afternoon.

 

 

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1 hour ago, POUNDSWORTH said:

Have i missed a few days?? have the Blades sold a multi million pound player?? or is the truth we have loaned out one striker and took in a better loanee in !!     

Only time will tell on whether one is better than the other. 

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2 minutes ago, scargill said:

Only time will tell on whether one is better than the other. 

Well said but he has cost now't yet

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