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Bree: If Town Go Down They Will Come Straight Back Up
by HARRY10 at 21:42:00

We will be around £7m lighter money wise next season so we will have to cut our wage bill drastically just to stay on the current losses.

Next we have to find the money to replace those players leaving.

However well we are now doing it is with players that we will not be able to afford next season. That's the real scary truth of the matter.
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If you think money in football has gone bat sh*t crazy, check this out!
by homer_123 at 21:24 18 Mar 2019

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-47610896
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Chambers: I Still See a Lot to Be Positive About
by herfie at 21:19:06

Spoken by a fully committed individual, who is effectively straddling the half player, half management material, line.

All of what he says is spot on. However, there has to come a point, post relegation, where results and performances - not fine words or intentions - are the litmus test of our recovery.

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Crowe in England U18s Squad
by AlexGreen at 21:16:58

Hasn't signed a contract and doesn't look like he intends to - not sure where a big fee is coming from?
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Bree: If Town Go Down They Will Come Straight Back Up
by confoosed_dot_com at 21:12:03

Good comments from Len, we are far from the shambles Sunderland went down with. We have a lot to be optimsitic about. I do think, however and as others have also said, that we need to go into the League humble and not expecting a stroll in the park.
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Chambers: I Still See a Lot to Be Positive About
by henryblue at 21:05:21

Somebody tell this bloke to shut up!
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Chambers: I Still See a Lot to Be Positive About
by Suffolkboy at 20:49:11

Positivity is always good news : well done LC !
COYB
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Crowe in England U18s Squad
by Linkboy13 at 20:47:34

Strange that Crowe is getting into England squads and doesn't seem to be playing for our club . I think the club are protecting their prize asset and will be moving on next season for a big fee.
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Bree: If Town Go Down They Will Come Straight Back Up
by RegencyBlue at 20:34:23

We certainly need to come straight back because if we don’t we could be down there for quite a while.
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Mansfield v Lincoln
by MrTown at 20:30 18 Mar 2019

Yet again not massively amount of quality of display, no real chances, but it’s a very physical encounter.

Left Back - Malvida Benning I think
Centre Back - Ryan Sweeney (looks left footed aswell)

2 best players on the pitch at the moment.
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O'Neill: Proud to See Youngsters' Progress and Academy Status to Be Unchanged If Relegated
by RegencyBlue at 20:28:56

The problem is that whatever Lamberts plans are they will all depend on Evans backing.

I just don’t trust him after eleven years of mismanagement to do the right thing now. Hopefully I’m wrong but I’m not holding my breath!
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Bree: If Town Go Down They Will Come Straight Back Up
by EatonBlue at 20:20:53

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Bree: If Town Go Down They Will Come Straight Back Up
by dukey44 at 20:18:02

With regards to next season take a look at Sunderland last season they were dire and yet they now playing at Wembley and lookije coming straight back. We aren't playong dire and look strong for next season already? COYB I think we will do fine as long as we get a player that likes to score and a defence that can defend..
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O'Neill: Proud to See Youngsters' Progress and Academy Status to Be Unchanged If Relegated
by Northstandveteran at 20:07:34

After the amount of money Evans has spent in the last ten years I should imagine he regrets buying the club altogether.
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O'Neill: Proud to See Youngsters' Progress and Academy Status to Be Unchanged If Relegated
by jas0999 at 20:01:40

I wonder if Evans regrets selling our better players and bringing in cheaper alternatives? Wages OR fees this season. McGoldricks wage written out of the budget. Player sales fees massively outweighing what was spent.

The worry is Evans will sell more and spend even less. It’s crucial that our spending next season or indeed budget is top at League One level. I very much doubt that will be the case.
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Bree: If Town Go Down They Will Come Straight Back Up
by warktheline at 19:42:40

The first 10 games or so are going to be pivotal to life in Division 1, for Lambert and team! There’s no denying ‘professional pride’ to date, remains intact, but a ‘winning mentality’ still hasn’t emerged! Any manager worth his ‘salt’would relish working with the ‘potential’ to hand, but the underlying problem with the club has manifested over a decade of continued ‘failures’ and ‘struggles’! This needs addressing and the ‘tide’ turned!
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Mansfield v Lincoln live tonight
by gtsb at 19:40 18 Mar 2019

We will definitely be playing Lincoln and possibly Mansfield too as they are currently fourth so time to check the opposition out. Should be a good game too. Makes a change from the Premiership.
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Worth a look this...
by strikalite at 19:32 18 Mar 2019

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Blues Linked With Tranmere Striker
by LegendofthePhoenix at 19:30:34

Yes please.
My concern about Jackson is that he is playing 2 leagues higher than where he was last season, and the speed of the game in the Championship requires strikers have a great 1st touch, which Jackson hasn't. What I like about Norwood is that he hardly ever seems to need a 1st touch, for most of the goals on the reel his first touch is smashing it into the net.
At 28, if he wants to make any money form football, he needs to get his head down and step up a level. Could be a good move for both him and us.
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O'Neill: Proud to See Youngsters' Progress and Academy Status to Be Unchanged If Relegated
by Carberry at 19:24:08

Playing youngsters in League 1 will be tougher than the Championship. It will be more physical and defenders won't be admiring the skills of our talented ex academy players they will be making sure they find the full force of their physicality. And judging by these vague thoughts from O'Neil there won't be money for talented, experienced pros. If Evans tried to do the Championship on a shoestring what on earth is he going to do in the depths of League 1?
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