Buckley's Sunderland switch official

Will Buckley

Will Buckley

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Albion winger Will Buckley's move to Sunderland has been confirmed by both clubs.

Buckley has signed a three-year deal with the Black Cats for an undisclosed fee, believed to be £2.5 million.

Albion chairman Tony Bloom said: "Will gave us some great moments during his time with the club and I would like to thank him for his efforts in his time with us and wish him well for the future."

Sunderland open their Premier League campaign at West Brom on Saturday.

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12:40pm Thu 14 Aug 14

VegasSeagull says...

I wish him luck.
I wish him luck. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 18

12:40pm Thu 14 Aug 14

AlanDuffy says...

Just posted this on the previous thread :

championshipgull wrote:

SMF20 wrote:
Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read.

If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now.

Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity.


http://cpfc.org/foru



ms/showthread.php?t=



254275

Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram

Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.
Just posted this on the previous thread : championshipgull wrote: SMF20 wrote: Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read. If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now. Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity. http://cpfc.org/foru ms/showthread.php?t= 254275 Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison. AlanDuffy
  • Score: -2

12:41pm Thu 14 Aug 14

mark by the sea says...

Good luck will, he will probably be fit all season and play a blinder..
Now the last piece of real talent has gone ! I seriously hope the plan is to sign players on loan till Ffp kicks in..
Good luck will, he will probably be fit all season and play a blinder.. Now the last piece of real talent has gone ! I seriously hope the plan is to sign players on loan till Ffp kicks in.. mark by the sea
  • Score: 6

12:50pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Rhodes Seagull says...

Breaking news WHERE???
Albion chairman Tony Bloom said!!
What has he said to the important people 'The Supporters'?
Over the last days nothing!! Best Players being sold nothing on incomeing players to replace them!
Sorry Mr Bloom just not good enough for the people who love and support the Albion on here and every week at games, we maybe don't have your money but we do have the passion!!!
If you have time to wish WB good luck then make time to speak to us through the Argus.
Breaking news WHERE??? Albion chairman Tony Bloom said!! What has he said to the important people 'The Supporters'? Over the last days nothing!! Best Players being sold nothing on incomeing players to replace them! Sorry Mr Bloom just not good enough for the people who love and support the Albion on here and every week at games, we maybe don't have your money but we do have the passion!!! If you have time to wish WB good luck then make time to speak to us through the Argus. Rhodes Seagull
  • Score: 5

12:50pm Thu 14 Aug 14

dave from bexill says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
I wish him luck.
I wish he wasn't going
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: I wish him luck.[/p][/quote]I wish he wasn't going dave from bexill
  • Score: 11

12:52pm Thu 14 Aug 14

MikeTheMan says...

Great news - £2.5M for a bloke who played less than half-a-dozen decent games in the last two years and who thinks his hamstrings have gone if he runs 20 yards.

We must now have well over £10M sloshing around in our transfer fund so we'll obviously now buy 5 or 6 GENUINE QUALITY players so that at the end of the transfer window we will have the good squad that Tony Bloom promised us.

It is obvious to anyone with a bit of common sense that there will be no substantial penalties for not complying with FFP. FFP is just a smokescreen, nothing more.
Great news - £2.5M for a bloke who played less than half-a-dozen decent games in the last two years and who thinks his hamstrings have gone if he runs 20 yards. We must now have well over £10M sloshing around in our transfer fund so we'll obviously now buy 5 or 6 GENUINE QUALITY players so that at the end of the transfer window we will have the good squad that Tony Bloom promised us. It is obvious to anyone with a bit of common sense that there will be no substantial penalties for not complying with FFP. FFP is just a smokescreen, nothing more. MikeTheMan
  • Score: 11

12:53pm Thu 14 Aug 14

stevebh says...

AlanDuffy wrote:
Just posted this on the previous thread :

championshipgull wrote:

SMF20 wrote:
Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read.

If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now.

Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity.


http://cpfc.org/foru




ms/showthread.php?t=




254275

Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram

Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.
Slightly baffled....14m on "overheads and players in"?? What players and don't other clubs have overheads but still spend on signings....at this rate we'll never be able to afford to buy anyone......despite highest gates in league etc etc.....
Anyhoo that's a whole different thread
I'll be sorry to see will go...when fit Hes one who gets you off your seat........UTA
[quote][p][bold]AlanDuffy[/bold] wrote: Just posted this on the previous thread : championshipgull wrote: SMF20 wrote: Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read. If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now. Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity. http://cpfc.org/foru ms/showthread.php?t= 254275 Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.[/p][/quote]Slightly baffled....14m on "overheads and players in"?? What players and don't other clubs have overheads but still spend on signings....at this rate we'll never be able to afford to buy anyone......despite highest gates in league etc etc..... Anyhoo that's a whole different thread I'll be sorry to see will go...when fit Hes one who gets you off your seat........UTA stevebh
  • Score: 3

12:55pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Albion In Staffs says...

Sorry but £2.5m is a steal. Bridcutt AND Buckley for £5m? We really must be worried about finances...
This is a definitely a season of change. As it stands, no realistic chance of success this year and a manager who I think (my own opinion) will struggle to last the pace. I'm convinced it's not what he signed up to.
Put me in the Gloom and Doom column if you like, but for me, it's the reality of the situation. No-one of any note wants to sign under our terms and the downward curve will flatten out at best.
Incredibly frustrating, incredibly disappointing.
Sorry but £2.5m is a steal. Bridcutt AND Buckley for £5m? We really must be worried about finances... This is a definitely a season of change. As it stands, no realistic chance of success this year and a manager who I think (my own opinion) will struggle to last the pace. I'm convinced it's not what he signed up to. Put me in the Gloom and Doom column if you like, but for me, it's the reality of the situation. No-one of any note wants to sign under our terms and the downward curve will flatten out at best. Incredibly frustrating, incredibly disappointing. Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 18

12:56pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Albion fan in London says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Good luck will, he will probably be fit all season and play a blinder..
Now the last piece of real talent has gone ! I seriously hope the plan is to sign players on loan till Ffp kicks in..
My fave player on his day Mark but he is our version of Darren Anderton or Kieron Dyer. Great player when fit but when did you last see him play 5-6-7 full games on the bounce for us or truly reach that form of the first season at the Amex?

The club is clearly playing the waiting game re incoming transfers as there will undoubtedly be top talent available right up until 11pm on 31st Aug. Why pay inflated prices now?

I cannot see us short come Sep 1st onwards

UTA
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: Good luck will, he will probably be fit all season and play a blinder.. Now the last piece of real talent has gone ! I seriously hope the plan is to sign players on loan till Ffp kicks in..[/p][/quote]My fave player on his day Mark but he is our version of Darren Anderton or Kieron Dyer. Great player when fit but when did you last see him play 5-6-7 full games on the bounce for us or truly reach that form of the first season at the Amex? The club is clearly playing the waiting game re incoming transfers as there will undoubtedly be top talent available right up until 11pm on 31st Aug. Why pay inflated prices now? I cannot see us short come Sep 1st onwards UTA Albion fan in London
  • Score: 15

12:57pm Thu 14 Aug 14

championshipgull says...

AlanDuffy wrote:
Just posted this on the previous thread :

championshipgull wrote:

SMF20 wrote:
Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read.

If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now.

Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity.


http://cpfc.org/foru




ms/showthread.php?t=




254275

Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram

Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.
Still don't care what cpfc.org think
[quote][p][bold]AlanDuffy[/bold] wrote: Just posted this on the previous thread : championshipgull wrote: SMF20 wrote: Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read. If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now. Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity. http://cpfc.org/foru ms/showthread.php?t= 254275 Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.[/p][/quote]Still don't care what cpfc.org think championshipgull
  • Score: 17

12:58pm Thu 14 Aug 14

AlanDuffy says...

stevebh wrote:
AlanDuffy wrote:
Just posted this on the previous thread :

championshipgull wrote:

SMF20 wrote:
Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read.

If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now.

Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity.


http://cpfc.org/foru





ms/showthread.php?t=





254275

Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram

Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.
Slightly baffled....14m on "overheads and players in"?? What players and don't other clubs have overheads but still spend on signings....at this rate we'll never be able to afford to buy anyone......despite highest gates in league etc etc.....
Anyhoo that's a whole different thread
I'll be sorry to see will go...when fit Hes one who gets you off your seat........UTA
Other clubs may not be servicing the £130m cost of the new stadium and training facility.
[quote][p][bold]stevebh[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AlanDuffy[/bold] wrote: Just posted this on the previous thread : championshipgull wrote: SMF20 wrote: Saw this link on another site and thought it worth a read. If the guys up the road are right, it goes a long way to explaining what is going on at our club right now. Me personally.... I would prefer the club to come out and tell us if this is the problem. Id have no problems accepting this and would be backing us to the last. There is strength in adversity. http://cpfc.org/foru ms/showthread.php?t= 254275 Not going to read it. I don’t care what cpfc.org think. Probably explains why there are more silly trolls on here over the last couple of days than usual though. Ones like sussexram Well, I did read it - makes interesting reading. For me 2 things came out of it which may help to explain current events - the club lost £14m in Y/E 2012/13, mainly due to increased overheads ( players in/salaries ), that is obviously not sustainable even allowing for the chairman covering a substantial proportion. With regard to income, just over a third of our income comes from ticket sales. Therefore we have the catch-22 situation, whereby we need to make significant savings on overheads, whilst maintaining the bulk of our support - a delicate balancing act, and one which I don't think the club has got right yet. The deafening silence around the Amex at present leads to speculation, rumour and downright nonsense being spouted about selling the club, Sami leaving etc. I believe the majority of supporters are intelligent enough to realise that we've come a long way in a short time but maybe now is a time for consolidation, get the finances in order whilst retaining Championship status. For these reasons, I don't expect any "marquee" signings in the next few weeks, but a sensible strengthening of the squad, within our means and I hope that all sensible supporters get behind the team on the pitch and don't let the scaremongers and idiots spread their poison.[/p][/quote]Slightly baffled....14m on "overheads and players in"?? What players and don't other clubs have overheads but still spend on signings....at this rate we'll never be able to afford to buy anyone......despite highest gates in league etc etc..... Anyhoo that's a whole different thread I'll be sorry to see will go...when fit Hes one who gets you off your seat........UTA[/p][/quote]Other clubs may not be servicing the £130m cost of the new stadium and training facility. AlanDuffy
  • Score: -14

1:05pm Thu 14 Aug 14

SMF20 says...

Gutted to see Will go. On his day, he was a match winner.

Good luck lad.
Gutted to see Will go. On his day, he was a match winner. Good luck lad. SMF20
  • Score: 7

1:11pm Thu 14 Aug 14

wolf miguel says...

Shambles fiasco poison chalice call it what you like the current issues with management & transfers is diabolical!!
Shambles fiasco poison chalice call it what you like the current issues with management & transfers is diabolical!! wolf miguel
  • Score: -1

1:11pm Thu 14 Aug 14

MHubbs says...

Good business at 2.5m. But if no one decent is coming in then the squad looks dire😕
Good business at 2.5m. But if no one decent is coming in then the squad looks dire😕 MHubbs
  • Score: 6

1:22pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Alan Duffy says...

AlanDuffy criticised my comments on here yesterday, and has said today that other people are talking nonsense, but the truth is he knows no more and almost definitely less than most on here, he also noticed that there was another person with the same user name (me) but if he'd actually take notice of other peoples comments and not his own opinionated ones then he'd realise that I'd been commenting on here for years (hence user name already taken) I choose to pick what comments I write and NEVER write anything that I haven't heard from a good source, unlike himself who comments numerous times on EVERY post, anyway apologies for rant people, and good luck Will and thanks for the memories (especially Doncaster and Newcastle).
AlanDuffy criticised my comments on here yesterday, and has said today that other people are talking nonsense, but the truth is he knows no more and almost definitely less than most on here, he also noticed that there was another person with the same user name (me) but if he'd actually take notice of other peoples comments and not his own opinionated ones then he'd realise that I'd been commenting on here for years (hence user name already taken) I choose to pick what comments I write and NEVER write anything that I haven't heard from a good source, unlike himself who comments numerous times on EVERY post, anyway apologies for rant people, and good luck Will and thanks for the memories (especially Doncaster and Newcastle). Alan Duffy
  • Score: 0

1:36pm Thu 14 Aug 14

lighteninglee says...

Who is next to be sold?.... Def won't be kemy...
Who is next to be sold?.... Def won't be kemy... lighteninglee
  • Score: 1

1:39pm Thu 14 Aug 14

ballantrrae says...

Alan Duffy wrote:
AlanDuffy criticised my comments on here yesterday, and has said today that other people are talking nonsense, but the truth is he knows no more and almost definitely less than most on here, he also noticed that there was another person with the same user name (me) but if he'd actually take notice of other peoples comments and not his own opinionated ones then he'd realise that I'd been commenting on here for years (hence user name already taken) I choose to pick what comments I write and NEVER write anything that I haven't heard from a good source, unlike himself who comments numerous times on EVERY post, anyway apologies for rant people, and good luck Will and thanks for the memories (especially Doncaster and Newcastle).
This is a post directed to Alan Duffy which one I am not sure. For identification purposes I will refer to the Alan Duffy I am responding to as Alan Duffy One with apologies to Alan Duffy Two !
Alan Duffy One I have replied/commented on your posting where you state that you believe that TB and club are restructuring the squad on the 'Buckley expected to sign today' thread. Unfortunately my IT skills are so poor that I don't know using this IPad how to copy and paste it onto this thread apologies.
To summarise my post I said that Poyet realised that the squad he had built wasn't strong enough to get promoted ' hit the ceiling'. TB and the club now share that view (missed out both years) but couldn't start restructuring the squad once Oscar left until SH was appointed and until they had ascertained and agreed with him(SH) what type and which players to target. Hopefully the process is now in full swing and with the proceeds from the Bridcutt, Buckley and Ulloa sales we have the resource to acquire the 6 players SH wants and needs to sign over the next 18 days.
Onwards and Upwards with SH.
[quote][p][bold]Alan Duffy[/bold] wrote: AlanDuffy criticised my comments on here yesterday, and has said today that other people are talking nonsense, but the truth is he knows no more and almost definitely less than most on here, he also noticed that there was another person with the same user name (me) but if he'd actually take notice of other peoples comments and not his own opinionated ones then he'd realise that I'd been commenting on here for years (hence user name already taken) I choose to pick what comments I write and NEVER write anything that I haven't heard from a good source, unlike himself who comments numerous times on EVERY post, anyway apologies for rant people, and good luck Will and thanks for the memories (especially Doncaster and Newcastle).[/p][/quote]This is a post directed to Alan Duffy which one I am not sure. For identification purposes I will refer to the Alan Duffy I am responding to as Alan Duffy One with apologies to Alan Duffy Two ! Alan Duffy One I have replied/commented on your posting where you state that you believe that TB and club are restructuring the squad on the 'Buckley expected to sign today' thread. Unfortunately my IT skills are so poor that I don't know using this IPad how to copy and paste it onto this thread apologies. To summarise my post I said that Poyet realised that the squad he had built wasn't strong enough to get promoted ' hit the ceiling'. TB and the club now share that view (missed out both years) but couldn't start restructuring the squad once Oscar left until SH was appointed and until they had ascertained and agreed with him(SH) what type and which players to target. Hopefully the process is now in full swing and with the proceeds from the Bridcutt, Buckley and Ulloa sales we have the resource to acquire the 6 players SH wants and needs to sign over the next 18 days. Onwards and Upwards with SH. ballantrrae
  • Score: 4

1:42pm Thu 14 Aug 14

ballantrrae says...

lighteninglee wrote:
Who is next to be sold?.... Def won't be kemy...
Shame.
[quote][p][bold]lighteninglee[/bold] wrote: Who is next to be sold?.... Def won't be kemy...[/p][/quote]Shame. ballantrrae
  • Score: 3

1:56pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Alan Duffy says...

Ballantrrae, the difference between us Duffy's is I have a space between the names (my username first) the one you're addressing doesn't. But I'll be changing mine as I don't write 5% of the amount of posts as he does.
Ballantrrae, the difference between us Duffy's is I have a space between the names (my username first) the one you're addressing doesn't. But I'll be changing mine as I don't write 5% of the amount of posts as he does. Alan Duffy
  • Score: 2

1:56pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Alan Duffy says...

Ballantrrae, the difference between us Duffy's is I have a space between the names (my username first) the one you're addressing doesn't. But I'll be changing mine as I don't write 5% of the amount of posts as he does.
Ballantrrae, the difference between us Duffy's is I have a space between the names (my username first) the one you're addressing doesn't. But I'll be changing mine as I don't write 5% of the amount of posts as he does. Alan Duffy
  • Score: 3

2:05pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Alan Duffy says...

Unless I double them up of course!
Unless I double them up of course! Alan Duffy
  • Score: 6

3:26pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Tony the tiger eastbourne says...

As ive posted before, good luck to Will in his new adventure, Now Mr Bloom put your money where your mouth is and promise us supporters which you gave kept us in the dark these new players we will be happy with. Maybe you might have to spend some of that £10.5 million to get in these players, but it might lift the mood of the fans at present which seems quite down in the dumps
As ive posted before, good luck to Will in his new adventure, Now Mr Bloom put your money where your mouth is and promise us supporters which you gave kept us in the dark these new players we will be happy with. Maybe you might have to spend some of that £10.5 million to get in these players, but it might lift the mood of the fans at present which seems quite down in the dumps Tony the tiger eastbourne
  • Score: 3

4:11pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Hovenick says...

I renewed my season ticket based on the proclamations by the board that they were going for promotion. If a substantial part of the revenue from the sales is not re-invested, I consider that the board have broken their contract with me and why should I continue to pay £1,400 +.
I have followed the Albion for 57 years and am a pensioner, it has to be a special reason to pay this sum, and that was in the past, the ambitions for the club
I renewed my season ticket based on the proclamations by the board that they were going for promotion. If a substantial part of the revenue from the sales is not re-invested, I consider that the board have broken their contract with me and why should I continue to pay £1,400 +. I have followed the Albion for 57 years and am a pensioner, it has to be a special reason to pay this sum, and that was in the past, the ambitions for the club Hovenick
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5:57pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

All the best Will, you should be ok you have had at least a season and a half to rest those hamstrings, so you should have a blinder this, I do hope but doubt if the Burke has negotiated ad dons based on appearances!
All the best Will, you should be ok you have had at least a season and a half to rest those hamstrings, so you should have a blinder this, I do hope but doubt if the Burke has negotiated ad dons based on appearances! Bucket feet Duffy
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5:59pm Thu 14 Aug 14

the taffster says...

Unless Buckley has been feigning injuries for the last 2 seasons how did he pass the medical at Sunderland? There is something badly wrong when a player doesn't want to play for the club when he's earning 10 k plus a week...
Unless Buckley has been feigning injuries for the last 2 seasons how did he pass the medical at Sunderland? There is something badly wrong when a player doesn't want to play for the club when he's earning 10 k plus a week... the taffster
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7:00pm Thu 14 Aug 14

Max Ripple says...

the taffster wrote:
Unless Buckley has been feigning injuries for the last 2 seasons how did he pass the medical at Sunderland? There is something badly wrong when a player doesn't want to play for the club when he's earning 10 k plus a week...
Do we know for certain he's paid £10k +? I thought our ceiling was £10k per week.
[quote][p][bold]the taffster[/bold] wrote: Unless Buckley has been feigning injuries for the last 2 seasons how did he pass the medical at Sunderland? There is something badly wrong when a player doesn't want to play for the club when he's earning 10 k plus a week...[/p][/quote]Do we know for certain he's paid £10k +? I thought our ceiling was £10k per week. Max Ripple
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