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  • 1973 ranger
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    He came on as sub and that was the last I saw of him.

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  • qprjeff1882
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    Hahahaha i meant scored lots of goals and had assists

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  • 1973 ranger
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    He came on the other night.

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  • qprjeff1882
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    Originally posted by 1973 ranger View Post
    The most un dangerous striker I have seen at Rangers. Playing for Hull now.
    Has he ever done anything at Hull?

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  • 1973 ranger
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    The most un dangerous striker I have seen at Rangers. Playing for Hull now.

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  • qprjeff1882
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    Looked like Will Keane had just stepped on a football pitch for the first time

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  • HertsHoops
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    Ah yes... Will Keane Offside....good old harry

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  • qprjeff1882
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    Lol both of them in the same window too

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  • 1973 ranger
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    Will Keane!

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  • acricketer
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    Originally posted by stanistheman View Post

    My guess is that any loans we get are unlikely to be the Walker Taraabt variety but the Macheda and the crap that Redknapp got in 2014.

    The Crap Loan thread, now that's got legs...Mobdibo Miaga

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  • stanistheman
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    Originally posted by Greg1882 View Post
    Proof will be in the pudding. Weve had some very good loan signings down the years that have made all the difference. Kyle Walker, Tarbs etc. I guess hemed will be one. If that happens maybe connor would go out somewhere. We will see how it pans out. Very frustrating we didn't sort that hefele deal out a week ago before forest snuck in. 350K is peanuts
    Yes £350k is peanuts and yet the club wanted him on loan. Tells us all we need to know about the club's finances.

    Hemed may be a target, but it is taking a risk on him not being sold overseas instead. This is not the situation the club should be in.

    My guess is that any loans we get are unlikely to be the Walker Taraabt variety but the Macheda and the crap that Redknapp got in 2014.


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  • qprjeff1882
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    Originally posted by Hitman34 View Post
    Ginge, I understand that hoos holds the wallet but the grin needs to come out and explain what is going on with the transfer stratagy. After all, he is getting a shyte load of money, the least he can do, is do his job. As for the fella who says, it does not matter who comes out with the statement, I expect Doris the dinner lady will announce our first loan signing. The point I am getting at is that there is no justification for a dof job at this club, none whatsoever
    You have no idea what he does. Why don't you email the club and ask for a write up on LF's duties or ask if you can personally speak to him to educate yourself on what he and the club does behind the scenes instead of assuming.

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  • Jeffqpr
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    Originally posted by Hitman34 View Post
    Ginge, I understand that hoos holds the wallet but the grin needs to come out and explain what is going on with the transfer stratagy. After all, he is getting a shyte load of money, the least he can do, is do his job. As for the fella who says, it does not matter who comes out with the statement, I expect Doris the dinner lady will announce our first loan signing. The point I am getting at is that there is no justification for a dof job at this club, none whatsoever
    Explain transfer strategy thought you could work that out yourself after his statement, self explanatory!
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  • Hitman34
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    Ginge, I understand that hoos holds the wallet but the grin needs to come out and explain what is going on with the transfer stratagy. After all, he is getting a shyte load of money, the least he can do, is do his job. As for the fella who says, it does not matter who comes out with the statement, I expect Doris the dinner lady will announce our first loan signing. The point I am getting at is that there is no justification for a dof job at this club, none whatsoever

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  • Undecided
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    Originally posted by Jonny View Post

    Itís about 17m parachute this season. So by your calculations we need to sell 17m of talent. But it does not work like that, there are many other variables.

    Our TV/parachute income was 35m in year 1 and 2 and half in year 3 and 4 of parachutes. At year 5, so post-parachute era, season 18/19 we still get 10m TV income even in the championship. This is often missed but is key to the numbers.

    So we have a deficit of 20m to fill. It it does not mean we have to sell 20m of talent. The wages have been massively cut in line with this end-state. And in fact, this year we will be in the bottom 3 of the championship wage budget alongside Rotherham and Preston. But that will not become public knowledge till at least 18 months- 2 years from now.
    OK.

    So point 1. Parachute payments only apply to clubs that are relegated from the Premier league. Clubs that are relegated from the Championship who have never been in the Premier League do not receive any parachute payments if they are relegated from the Championship. Clubs that received parachute payments by virtue of them having been relegated from the Premier League continue the receive the parachute payments until their eligibility period expires, even if during that period they are relegated to Division one (hence Sunderland's eligibility).

    Point 2 (which I am unclear about.). Parachute payments only last for 4 years after relegation from the Premier League. But for this year we still get £10m. as our share of renegotiated fees between Sky and the Premiership. Does this cease for the 2019/20 season and beyond? Do other Championship clubs get this payment, or is it only those who were Premiership clubs at the time or those who would have been as the contract was "back dated"?

    Point 3. Because Championship games are broadcast by a number of TV channels. Do those channels pay rights that are distributed to other Championship clubs?

    Point 4. If we sell high earning players, we get their wages off our costs But increase our costs by the cost of the wages of any players we may sign. As we depreciate the cost of players over the length of their contact. (So someone signing for £1m over a 5 years period costs us £200k p.a), If we sell them for £1m after 2 years, do we get a credit in our income of £400k?.

    Sorry to burden you with all this, but I am trying to understand the detail of it myself, and I don't think it would harm if others knew as well. (or at least gained an inkling)

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