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at 20:38 25 Feb 2021
..on the topic of players being released and needing to find an alternative career, any one know what Adeyemi has gone on to do?
Clearly a bright bloke, would be interested to know if he took up a place at Uni, to pursue another route?
You'd think he'd be a good candidate to become involved in football administration if he so desired.
|The Moose, TalkSport|
at 09:19 25 Feb 2021
I was listening to TS last night, and they mentioned what a good job MM was doing at Cardiff.
Fair enough, he is doing a good job and good luck to him.
However, Moose then said "a quick shout out to all the Ipswich fans who basically hounded him out and made his life a misery!". I switched off at that point.
Why after 3 years, does the national media continue to dredge this up? He was employed for 5 years (waaaay longer than average).
Pretty much every EFL club mustve sacked one or two managers since MM left.
Maybe Moose shouldve given a shout out to the Nicosia Directors, or the ROI team bosses?
at 20:29 20 Feb 2021
Remember about a year ago when there was an announcement due, and everyone was expecting that Ed Sheeran was becoming an investor or something?!
The actual announcement was so underwhelming I can't even remember what it was!!
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at 19:26 19 Feb 2021
...genuinely nervous about who ME will appoint?
|I may be alone, but...|
at 20:58 17 Feb 2021
...I applaud Mr Drysdale for making a stand.
No person should have to put up with being spoken to like sh1te by players and managers.
Is is any wonder that a ref would snap one day?!
He should be punished, but well done that man for making a stand.
|Jackson and Nolan|
at 10:03 17 Feb 2021
Jackson c.£1.6m transfer fee. Subject to an offer from Bournemouth, linked to Championship clubs Birmingham, Coventry and Huddersfield. One of our most effective attacking players last season.
Nolan c.£1.25-1.5m transfer fee. Linked to moves to Championship and upper L1 clubs on deadline day.
Likely to be two of our highest earners.
This is a terrible use of resources, and terrible man management.
|Marcus Evans Group|
at 09:54 10 Feb 2021
You have to wonder what their finances are looking like given that most of their business worldwide relies on gathering large amounts of people together.
All the evidence suggests that paying Lambert off is short term pain for long term gain.
...is it the case that there is no longer the cash flow to support a significant pay off, and therefore the decision is out of ME's hands?
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