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Will we stay up with no reinforcements?

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Post  sunderpitt on 2018-01-21, 3:29 pm

I reckon we have some very good young players starting for us atm, probably more out of necessity than choice mind.

Are they good enough to avoid the drop? Imho it is a tight run thing.

It does seem obvious that some battle hardened reinforcements would be welcome to play alongside the raw recruits. If no money is available reinforcements may be unlikely and the odds of survival in the division are shortened


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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-01-21, 3:37 pm

There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.

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Post  oldblackcat on 2018-01-21, 5:29 pm

A couple of players returning from injury along with the promising displays of the youngsters gives me confidence that we can stay up....just....a couple of new recruits would be welcome mind as the lack of depth in the squad has hampered us more than anything this season imo (well that and losers like Kone and Rodwell)
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Post  Vincemac on 2018-01-21, 7:05 pm

oldblackcat wrote:A couple of players returning from injury along with the promising displays of the youngsters gives me confidence that we can stay up....just....a couple of new recruits would be welcome mind as the lack of depth in the squad has hampered us more than anything this season imo (well that and losers like Kone and Rodwell)
Grabban and Vaughn gone 
We need strikers 
Or it will be touch and go weather we stay up or not 
We may just stay up likelikeglassdancerfootfan
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Post  Kipper on 2018-01-22, 8:54 am

cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-01-22, 9:20 am

Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
I worded it badly, they have a plan for if we are relegated but hopefully it wont be needed

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Post  Billy D on 2018-01-22, 9:28 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
I worded it badly, they have a plan for if we are relegated but hopefully it wont be needed
But probably will be.  Rolling Eyes
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-01-22, 9:30 am

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
I worded it badly, they have a plan for if we are relegated but hopefully it wont be needed
But probably will be.  Rolling Eyes
I would expect nothing less from you Billy

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Re: Will we stay up with no reinforcements?

Post  Billy D on 2018-01-22, 10:41 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
I worded it badly, they have a plan for if we are relegated but hopefully it wont be needed
But probably will be.  Rolling Eyes
I would expect nothing less from you Billy
Mmmm, righto & yet you told my son to stop posting because he'd drive people away!
Only one doing that is you.
I mean, let's face facts. There's not many to drive away is there?
Anyway, big kiss to you.
Bang Elsie Tanner for me mate.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2018-01-22, 11:05 am

Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
I worded it badly, they have a plan for if we are relegated but hopefully it wont be needed
But probably will be.  Rolling Eyes
I would expect nothing less from you Billy
Mmmm, righto & yet you told my son to stop posting because he'd drive people away!
Only one doing that is you.
I mean, let's face facts. There's not many to drive away is there?
Anyway, big kiss to you.
Bang Elsie Tanner for me mate.
xxx
Touched a nerve there I think and your son was under age nothing to do with driving anyone away. Anyway I have no wish to get into a pointless debate with you Billy so go on make one more moronic post then you can say you won.

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Post  Billy D on 2018-01-22, 11:26 am

cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Billy D wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:
Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:There is no money.
Short now describes himself as a distant owner, he is committed to keep the club afloat but will not invest one penny more.

The club is running on empty, what comes in each month goes straight out and Bain make one call a month to Short asking him to write a cheque for the shortfall.

Coleman is changing player mentality, work hard, fight hard and win, anyone who does not buy into this is out.

Plan A is survive this season, I think we will then be in a better financial position in summer and next season, even if Short has not sold.

Plan B is relegation but hopefully it wont be needed.

My opinion is a few players in plus players returning from injury will keep us up.
That's a plan?
I worded it badly, they have a plan for if we are relegated but hopefully it wont be needed
But probably will be.  Rolling Eyes
I would expect nothing less from you Billy
Mmmm, righto & yet you told my son to stop posting because he'd drive people away!
Only one doing that is you.
I mean, let's face facts. There's not many to drive away is there?
Anyway, big kiss to you.
Bang Elsie Tanner for me mate.
xxx
Touched a nerve there I think and your son was under age nothing to do with driving anyone away. Anyway I have no wish to get into a pointless debate with you Billy so go on make one more moronic post then you can say you won.
You haven't touched a nerve at all.
You publicly told him to stop posting so he did.
Have a nice day.
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