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Re: Players leaving

Post by HantsPosh » 30 Jul 2020, 11:44

Toney's value will likely be a lot less now due to the pandemic as clubs won't have nearly as much to spend now :(

Think Watford or Norwich would be a good move for him tbh, especially Watford if he likes paying for 4 managers a season!

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Re: Players leaving

Post by tonyp » 30 Jul 2020, 17:12

HantsPosh wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 11:44
Toney's value will likely be a lot less now due to the pandemic as clubs won't have nearly as much to spend now
I don't think that DMac or Barry Fry will go along with that thinking!
For example

"Celtic should stop 'piddling about' over Toney as he'll earn them £50million in future, says Fry"
and
" Fry and chairman Darragh MacAnthony are hoping the Glasgow outfit 'get serious' with an offer that is closer to their valuation of 24-goal Toney."
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by DaveLister » 30 Jul 2020, 17:53

Gaz_Miller wrote:
29 Jul 2020, 22:19
DaveLister wrote:
29 Jul 2020, 20:20
HantsPosh wrote:
29 Jul 2020, 17:32
So even Mr Raynor can't defend the loan signing of Kyle Dempsey........but yes even if your large play friend signed Toney & Dembele, 2 good ones out of about 50 is a great return you're right
Dont forget Evans is the man who bombed out Steven Taylor and replaced him with Rhys Bennett
And?

Another triumph for Evans.

Don’t forget that Fergie bombed out Russell Martin & played Charlie Lee at right back instead. Russell then moved to Norwich & played out the remainder of his career in the Premier League. Lee starred for Stevenage
:lol: Martin played one season in the Premier league as part of a Norwich team that was relegated back to the championship, conceding six at home to Liverpool along the way
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by bristleposh » 30 Jul 2020, 19:01

DaveLister wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 17:53


:lol: Martin played one season in the Premier league as part of a Norwich team that was relegated back to the championship, conceding six at home to Liverpool along the way
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by Gaz_Miller » 30 Jul 2020, 19:05

bristleposh wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 19:01
DaveLister wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 17:53
:lol: Martin played one season in the Premier league as part of a Norwich team that was relegated back to the championship, conceding six at home to Liverpool along the way
never let facts stand in the way of your argumment
Martin played 125 times for Norwich in the Premier League. That must have been a hell of a long season.
He then played 133 times for Norwich in the Championship.
He played 25 times for Rangers in the Scottish Premiership & won 29 caps playing for Scotland.

And our current manager thought Charlie Lee was a better option.


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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by HantsPosh » 30 Jul 2020, 20:36

......something you have considerable experience with......people in glass houses and all that

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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by DaveLister » 30 Jul 2020, 20:45

Gaz_Miller wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 19:05
bristleposh wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 19:01
DaveLister wrote:
30 Jul 2020, 17:53
:lol: Martin played one season in the Premier league as part of a Norwich team that was relegated back to the championship, conceding six at home to Liverpool along the way
never let facts stand in the way of your argumment
Martin played 125 times for Norwich in the Premier League. That must have been a hell of a long season.
He then played 133 times for Norwich in the Championship.
He played 25 times for Rangers in the Scottish Premiership & won 29 caps playing for Scotland.

And our current manager thought Charlie Lee was a better option.


Never let facts get in the way of a good argument indeed - it might just make you look really, really stupid.
So didn't finish his career in the Premier league? Could swear he played for Milton Keynes
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by tonyp » 31 Jul 2020, 20:33

From the Rangers News
https://www.rangersnews.uk/news/premier ... er-report/
A journalist working for the Sun believes that Peterborough striker Ivan Toney is on the verge of a move to Premier League hopefuls Brentford amid reported interest from Rangers and Celtic.

The 24-year-old striker was reportedly subject to a £4m bid from Celtic which was booted out by Peterborough with reports suggesting the Celtic Park side had stolen a march on Rangers.

However, Jordan Davies believes that Brentford are “on the verge” of securing a four-year deal for the player potentially worth £9m.
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by tonyp » 03 Aug 2020, 19:31

Peterborough Telegraph reports-
Ferguson said:
“It would be better if things were resolved quickly, but the owners quite rightly won’t sell Ivan unless they get the right price so it could be we end up with the best striker in League One playing for us at the start of the season so I’m quite relaxed about it.

“I can’t sign anyone until he leaves which again is not ideal as I would want as much time as possible with the player we bring in to replace him.
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by bristleposh » 06 Aug 2020, 18:53

Alex Woodyard signs for AFC Wimbledon

https://www.afcwimbledon.co.uk/news/202 ... hers-pace/
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by DaveLister » 06 Aug 2020, 20:00

bristleposh wrote:
06 Aug 2020, 18:53
Alex Woodyard signs for AFC Wimbledon

https://www.afcwimbledon.co.uk/news/202 ... hers-pace/
One of Evans 'mentally strong players ' was described as a high performer in this division by Glyn Hodges, his new manager.

If he was, he wouldn't be joining Wimbledon, would he?
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by ashman » 06 Aug 2020, 22:41

DaveLister wrote:
06 Aug 2020, 20:00
bristleposh wrote:
06 Aug 2020, 18:53
Alex Woodyard signs for AFC Wimbledon

https://www.afcwimbledon.co.uk/news/202 ... hers-pace/
One of Evans 'mentally strong players ' was described as a high performer in this division by Glyn Hodges, his new manager.

If he was, he wouldn't be joining Wimbledon, would he?
You would have to be a 'mentally strong player' to do well under `Evans. He just didn't have a clue how to manage the lad. I believe that he destroyed all Alex's confidence but when he returned for us towards the back end of the season, under Fergie, he was beginning to show the qualities that we were expecting of him. The acquisition of the loan players then pushed him back down the pecking order. I believe that he could do a good job under the appropriate manager. The Cowley brothers worked very well with him and Glynn Hodges could just be the man to do it again. Good luck Alex, a 100% trier.
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by bristleposh » Yesterday, 07:16

He certainly seemed to do well at Tranmere at the beginning of the year, or at least their performances seemed to improve after his arrival.
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by Gaz_Miller » Yesterday, 08:12

Surprised he's found another club at this level.

Poor signing for us, which surprised me as Lincoln fans were up in arms that he'd left. Maybe a league two player.
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Re: Posh Players leaving

Post by ashman » Yesterday, 09:33

Gaz_Miller wrote:
Yesterday, 08:12
Surprised he's found another club at this level.

Poor signing for us, which surprised me as Lincoln fans were up in arms that he'd left. Maybe a league two player.
Maybe NOT an Evans player. He played superbly for Lincoln and was their captain. He also did well at Tranmere and for a short while at Posh when Darren used him.
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