- Sep 19, 2011
I didn't know that. I have lost track of what the rules are, I didn't think billionaires are just allowed to pump money into clubs without fitting into FFP rules nowadays?Their owners seem to have collective wealth of £23 billion - the wage bill is £36 million - its nothing really
Pretty sobering he couldn't get a club until the window shut, too. Wonder if he's had to reassess his wage demands...?Bit of a fall from grace that. Forced his way out of Celtic, got a move to Marseille and their manager offered his resignation as he never wanted him…
Not sure that's exactly the shot in the arm they need to get over their malaise. Not denying either are decent players but Sheff Utd have scored once in five games.Sheff Utd wont stay shit for Long
Hourihane signed yesterday and today it looks like theyll be signing Morgan Gibbs White from Wolves.
Fleck could be out the door as theyll have Norwood and Berge also
Good job there isn't a fully open stadium there, as I think the bully tactics may be even more intimidating, as regards referees. That woods should have been booked for fouling Morrison, and the 3 Blues centre backs are all thugs.How does Deeney get away with saying "fucking prick, fuck off" to the ref?
Just about to post the same. Holds a similar challenge to some degree as those getting promoted to the PL (albeit an even greater jump in class) Wouldn't be surprised to see the bottom 3 come from that group of 4. Throw in Derby County too, if they get a points deduction.
Good player, when you look at Allen’s upturn wonder how far Walsh could have gone with us?Liam Walsh came on last night for the last 20 minutes in the Swansea / Millwall game, few clips on Quest of him, one with a defense splitting pass that the forward should had put away.
WBA were booed off on Tuesday night, not taking to Ismael’s style of playEarly impressions from The Championship - relegation candidates look like being the promoted 3. plus obviously Forest and Derby - especially with the points deduction potential. Bristol City who haven't won at home for 14 games could be in trouble, too. Huddersfield have surprised me - retaining Lewis O'Brien and Josh Koroma's return seem to have buoyed them. I have also been impressed with how PNE have recovered from their difficult start and I think they will continue to climb the league. Blackburn too have done well, considering Armstrong's loss - despite a poor fanbase. Top half of the league. Fulham, WBA, Bournemouth, QPR, Sheff Utd, Stoke and Luton. Hopefully we'll be in amongst them. Birmingham too, if refs let them bludgeon the opposition!