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Nolan’s value? 16:22 - Jan 26 with 3937 viewssuffolkpoker

With Blackpool being linked, what’s is his value?

Did we pay £1.5m? I would assume his stock has increased with playing in the championship and a top league 1 side.

So I would assume £2m+ = snap call?

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Nolan’s value? on 16:24 - Jan 26 with 3025 viewstractorboy1978

His stock is lower now than when we signed him.
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Nolan’s value? on 16:28 - Jan 26 with 2990 viewsHerbivore

No chance. We'd do well to get back half what we paid for him.

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Nolan’s value? on 16:40 - Jan 26 with 2936 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Stock has gone down on the basis we signed him as a player expected to be Championship quality. Relegation and in the style we went down has shown that he wasn't. On top of that he is not able to get into our team. He is now a League 1 standard player on a contract that is better than that standard. Teams at this level will be interested in him but both unable and unwilling to pay anything like that fee.

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Nolan’s value? on 16:48 - Jan 26 with 2874 viewsBluefish

I'd be surprised if we got £650k. We didn't sign the Petite Paul signings on market value, we signed them on how much it cost to get them, a bit like like David Norris. If the players proved themselves in the champ the value may have gone up.....they didnt though

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Nolan’s value? on 16:54 - Jan 26 with 2840 viewsIllinoisblue

Can I have some of the drugs you’re on? 2million indeed!!’

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Nolan’s value? on 17:04 - Jan 26 with 2792 viewsHerbivore

Nolan’s value? on 16:48 - Jan 26 by Bluefish

I'd be surprised if we got £650k. We didn't sign the Petite Paul signings on market value, we signed them on how much it cost to get them, a bit like like David Norris. If the players proved themselves in the champ the value may have gone up.....they didnt though


Nolan was worth £1.25m on the back of the season he'd just had at Shrewsbury, he'd been the best midfielder of his type in the league. Sadly he didn't build on that and so his value has now gone down.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:12 - Jan 26 with 2765 viewsParisBlue

We paid either £1.75m or £2m for Nolan and Nsiala combined. The report which stated £2m suggested Nolan's value was £1.25m.

We will do very well to get 25% of our overall outlay back. If Nolan doesn't leave this week I'd expect him to go in the summer. Both. Nolan and Nsiala have contracts till summer 2021.

With Donacian's contract up this summer I wonder whether we'll be actively looking to move him on if we can get loan cover.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:12 - Jan 26 with 2764 viewssuffolkpoker

Nolan’s value? on 16:24 - Jan 26 by tractorboy1978

His stock is lower now than when we signed him.


But how is it lower? Didn’t Shrewsbury finish play offs in league 1?

Having championship experience and now in a potential promotion / league winners team.

I personally think his stock has increased. There is no chance we sell for less than we paid...

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Nolan’s value? on 17:16 - Jan 26 with 2738 viewsagentp

Nolan’s value? on 17:12 - Jan 26 by suffolkpoker

But how is it lower? Didn’t Shrewsbury finish play offs in league 1?

Having championship experience and now in a potential promotion / league winners team.

I personally think his stock has increased. There is no chance we sell for less than we paid...


It's lower because he hasn't really made the grade. Someone would also need to pay him either the same wage as he is on here or buy him at a reduced fee to account for that. I can't see many L1 sides paying him what he's earning here.

Of course his stock is lower. The fact that a team 15th in L1 is after him tells you that.
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Nolan’s value? on 17:16 - Jan 26 with 2738 viewsJ2BLUE

Nolan’s value? on 17:12 - Jan 26 by suffolkpoker

But how is it lower? Didn’t Shrewsbury finish play offs in league 1?

Having championship experience and now in a potential promotion / league winners team.

I personally think his stock has increased. There is no chance we sell for less than we paid...


Of course we would sell for less than we paid. We want to go up. He wasn't good enough. We're stacked in his position. I'd be amazed if Blackpool's offer was over £750,000. Probably less.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:17 - Jan 26 with 2736 viewsRegencyBlue

Nolan’s value? on 17:12 - Jan 26 by suffolkpoker

But how is it lower? Didn’t Shrewsbury finish play offs in league 1?

Having championship experience and now in a potential promotion / league winners team.

I personally think his stock has increased. There is no chance we sell for less than we paid...


He was poor in the Championship and Shrewsbury saw us coming if we paid £1.2 million for him.

I would snap Blackpool’s hand off if they offer £500k to be honest.
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Nolan’s value? on 17:29 - Jan 26 with 2676 viewssuffolkpoker

Nolan’s value? on 17:17 - Jan 26 by RegencyBlue

He was poor in the Championship and Shrewsbury saw us coming if we paid £1.2 million for him.

I would snap Blackpool’s hand off if they offer £500k to be honest.


No wonder Marcus Evans doesn’t like buying players anymore lol

I still think he is a million pound player. Would be amazed if he is sold for less.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:31 - Jan 26 with 2666 viewsBLUEBEAT

Swap for Curtis Tilt who is a decent defender who likes to get forward and has scored a fair few over his career.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:31 - Jan 26 with 2661 viewsagentp

Nolan’s value? on 17:29 - Jan 26 by suffolkpoker

No wonder Marcus Evans doesn’t like buying players anymore lol

I still think he is a million pound player. Would be amazed if he is sold for less.


Webster made it and went up. Nolan hasn't and will go down. All part of being a football club owner.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:51 - Jan 26 with 2593 viewsHerbivore

Nolan’s value? on 17:12 - Jan 26 by suffolkpoker

But how is it lower? Didn’t Shrewsbury finish play offs in league 1?

Having championship experience and now in a potential promotion / league winners team.

I personally think his stock has increased. There is no chance we sell for less than we paid...


He played in a team that finished bottom of the Championship by a mile and failed to shine. He's now not a regular in a League 1 side. There is no way he's even held his value, let alone it going up.

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Nolan’s value? on 17:53 - Jan 26 with 2571 viewsgordon

It's irrelevant what we paid for him. He's a 27 year-old fourth or fifth choice central midfielder at a League One club who has had one successful season at this level.

The fact that he'll be on better wages than he's worth also will reduce his value. If we got £400,000 I'd be delighted.
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Nolan’s value? on 17:56 - Jan 26 with 2548 viewsMullet

Nolan’s value? on 17:53 - Jan 26 by gordon

It's irrelevant what we paid for him. He's a 27 year-old fourth or fifth choice central midfielder at a League One club who has had one successful season at this level.

The fact that he'll be on better wages than he's worth also will reduce his value. If we got £400,000 I'd be delighted.


We'd get about £150k if we're lucky, that's the division we are in. At best it'll be helpful to cut his contract and wages off the books if we're not going to play him much.

Hurst's shadow still finds a way to remind us how bad he was it seems.

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Nolan’s value? on 18:03 - Jan 26 with 2489 viewsclive_baker

It's less about stock and more about what someone is willing to pay. Hurts probably paid over the odds at the time, and being a Championship team then we would've paid a premium that I wouldn't expect of Blackpool.

I quite rate Nolan, he's a decent option but equally I wouldn't lose too much sleep if we sold him at a decent price. An offer anywhere near £1m would represent that IMO. the trio of Huws - Judge - Downes is nicely balanced, and with Skuse, Dozzell & Bishop waiting in the wings I think we could afford to lose Nolan.

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Nolan’s value? on 18:03 - Jan 26 with 2484 viewsPJH

Nolan’s value? on 17:17 - Jan 26 by RegencyBlue

He was poor in the Championship and Shrewsbury saw us coming if we paid £1.2 million for him.

I would snap Blackpool’s hand off if they offer £500k to be honest.


I was thinking that if we do sell then £500k is the most that we could hope for but will be lucky to get that.
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Nolan’s value? on 18:04 - Jan 26 with 2482 viewsgordon

Nolan’s value? on 17:56 - Jan 26 by Mullet

We'd get about £150k if we're lucky, that's the division we are in. At best it'll be helpful to cut his contract and wages off the books if we're not going to play him much.

Hurst's shadow still finds a way to remind us how bad he was it seems.


You'll be eating your words when Kayden Jackson fires us back into the Premier League next season.
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Nolan’s value? on 18:08 - Jan 26 with 2457 viewsPJH

Nolan’s value? on 18:04 - Jan 26 by gordon

You'll be eating your words when Kayden Jackson fires us back into the Premier League next season.


Jackson has impressed me this season and (hopefully) it will be interesting to see if he does any better in The Championship second time around than he did first time.

Until a few weeks ago I thought Harrison was the least poor of Hurst's signings but now I think Jackson is/was.
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Nolan’s value? on 18:10 - Jan 26 with 2445 viewsThe_Last_Baron

The original poster is obviously taking the pi$$.
We will be lucky to get 300k for him. His wages will be decent and overall he's been a below par signing, like most of Hurst's deals. On the plus side he has been better than Nsiala.

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Nolan’s value? on 18:21 - Jan 26 with 2372 viewspablovian

What we paid for Jon Nolan in a seller's market in 2018 (when we were desperate buyers) does not impact what he is worth in the cash-strapped League One transfer market of 2020.

Nolan is an effective box-to-box mid-fielder in League One and perhaps the lower-half of the Championship. It is the return of Huws and Bishop that makes him surplus to requirements.

My estimate of Nolan's current value in the transfer market is between £450k and £750k. If he leaves, we should all wish him well.
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Nolan’s value? on 18:29 - Jan 26 with 2338 viewsjas0999

£500K - very top end. £350K more realistic.
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Nolan’s value? on 20:50 - Jan 26 with 2080 viewsGeoffSentence

Nolan’s value? on 16:28 - Jan 26 by Herbivore

No chance. We'd do well to get back half what we paid for him.


I dunno, there is half a chance. Are Scunny in the market for a midfielder to take their team to the next level?

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