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PostSubject: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 4:58 pm

Toumani Diagouraga set to play his last Plymouth Argyle match on Saturday
Talismanic midfielder is considering offers closer to his family's home in Leeds with Pilgrims contract due to expire after Saturday

However, his pedigree and recent form has attracted suitors. One club in the Championship and three in League One have offered Diagouraga contracts.

Up to now, Derek Adams and the board have been unable to offer a package which rivals those made elsewhere and unless something drastic changes in the next week, Diagouraga will depart after Saturday.

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 5:06 pm

Serve Brent right, and Adams for that matter. They've both been quoted as saying they like short term contracts for their employees as it keeps people keen.
This is what happens when you offer contracts for a few months. I'm sure they could have initially agreed a season long contract at the right price , and Diagouraga would have signed. Maybe Adams will have to dip into that January budget top up a bit further clown
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 5:20 pm

Typical of austerity Brent and Starnes. Since he arrived the form on the pitch has improved immensely. He's a good player, we should be able to offer him a contract to suit his needs. Family in Leeds or not, money talks.

But that's not how these pair of jokers do things. Let's rely on the manager to find another cheap non league journeyman.

This football club will never, ever get anywhere with those two in charge.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 5:36 pm

Not shocking at all, no ambition and no hope under the Brentmare, anyone who thought the squad would be strengthened by the Brent/Community SI regime is deluded.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 5:41 pm

Brent said Derek made a 'reasonable ask' for funds, maybe not reasonable enough to make a competitive offer...... [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] progress [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 5:49 pm

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Brent said Derek made a 'reasonable ask' for funds, maybe not reasonable enough to make a competitive offer...... [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] progress [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 6:10 pm

Quite interesting comparing the comments on page 4 when this fella signed, he and the club were piles of shite according to some, although there were 2 notable visionaries who thought TD could be a good signing, you really just can’t tell can you.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 6:14 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 6:31 pm

A very useful contribution to the debate Pat.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 6:47 pm

This is the property speculators idea of strengthening in the Jan window. And that's why we're going down. Go now brent you not fit for purpose parasite.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 7:00 pm

What a surprise, good luck to the player. So all season so far, Adams has had to rely on free agents and short terms contracts with fingers crossed he picks up a good un, like Diagouraga, but then of course if a players has some quality the other more competitive clubs come circling.
Oh I forgot we are a 'big club' with a small budget.
Ten thousand plus crowds week in week out - so where's the gate money going Brent?

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 7:44 pm

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Quite interesting comparing the comments on page 4 when this fella signed, he and the club were piles of shite according to some, although there were 2 notable visionaries who thought TD could be a good signing, you really just can’t tell can you.

Not really the point though. Fact is that this guy is a damn good player who has been a major factor in the rise up the table and Argyle have been unable to hold on to him. His pedigree was there for all to see and it wasn't as if he was an unknown gamble-the bloke played a fair amount of championship football last year, so surely an 18 month contract would not have been out of the question? I don't buy the stuff about wanting to move up north either-a hell of a lot of his football was played for Brentford which last time I looked wasn't near the Scottish border. If Tounami is signed by another third division club then the fanbase has every right to be spitting feathers and asking some serious questions about the issue. They won't though- probably the same sheep like acceptance of the status quo, exactly the same as when Stapleton and co started wrecking the club almost exactly 10 years ago. What goes around comes around eh.

BRENT,STARNES AND BOARD OUT
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 8:11 pm

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Quite interesting comparing the comments on page 4 when this fella signed, he and the club were piles of shite according to some, although there were 2 notable visionaries who thought TD could be a good signing, you really just can’t tell can you.

Not really the point though. Fact is that this guy is a damn good player who has been a major factor in the rise up the table and Argyle have been unable to hold on to him. His pedigree was there for all to see and it wasn't as if he was an unknown gamble-the bloke played a fair amount of championship football last year, so surely an 18 month contract would not have been out of the question? I don't buy the stuff about wanting to move up north either-a hell of a lot of his football was played for Brentford which last time I looked wasn't near the Scottish border. If Tounami is signed by another third division club then the fanbase has every right to be spitting feathers and asking some serious questions about the issue. They won't though- probably the same sheep like acceptance of the status quo, exactly the same as when Stapleton and co started wrecking the club almost exactly 10 years ago. What goes around comes around eh.

BRENT,STARNES AND BOARD OUT

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 9:09 pm

And if you dare ever have a differing opinion, you're a troll. What an odious 24/7 cuntasaurus this Newell fellow is.

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Yeh yeh, De-Liar, what ever. Just stick this in your dossier, you whiney ass lefty whelp.


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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 9:18 pm

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And if you dare ever having a differing opinion,, you're a troll. What an odious 24/7 cuntasaurus this Newell fellow is.

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Yeh yeh, De-Liar, what ever. Just stick this in your dossier, you whiney ass lefty whelp.
Its only Jimmy's Jester, earning his AAA Pass lol! lol! lol! if yoom dont like sir Jams of Akkeron yoom a troll. cheers cheers cheers cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 9:24 pm

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
P.O.I wrote:
And if you dare ever having a differing opinion,, you're a troll. What an odious 24/7 cuntasaurus this Newell fellow is.

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Yeh yeh, De-Liar, what ever. Just stick this in your dossier, you whiney ass lefty whelp.
Its only Jimmy's Jester, earning his AAA Pass lol! lol! lol! if yoom dont like sir Jams of Akkeron yoom a troll. cheers cheers cheers cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 9:51 pm

P.O.I wrote:
And if you dare ever having a differing opinion,, you're a troll. What an odious 24/7 cuntasaurus this Newell fellow is.

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Yeh yeh, De-Liar, what ever. Just stick this in your dossier, you whiney ass lefty whelp.
He's just a Troll.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 10:00 pm

I'm with Nooly on this one.

If anybody could recognise a troll for what it is then it is him. Nobody has trolled more often or on as many different websites or under as many differing names or for as long as he has. Nobody.

I mean he'd know, would he not?
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 10:07 pm

feck sake when will the sheeple learn this will keep happening under brent
what a speccy cnut he really is feck off out of my club harry potter looking twat.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 10:59 pm

"Rock me mama like the wind and the rain - rock me mama like a south-bound train" Rock
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 11:25 pm

A few of us were wondering why a Championship player was unattached, and I wonder if we may have found out why? If he thought he was worth more than the market did, a short-term contract at Argyle may just have proved to be a nice little shop window for him.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 11:45 pm

MikeWN wrote:
A few of us were wondering why a Championship player was unattached, and I wonder if we may have found out why? If he thought he was worth more than the market did, a short-term contract at Argyle may just have proved to be a nice little shop window for him.
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I wonder how many of you have had to face the job vs location vs wage question? The same fans are slagging off the club for not giving Dave a long contract but also slagging off the club for signing ShiftKey on a ''long'' loan. You can't have it both ways!! As for Dave himself - well his family are up north (we believe) and even if they are not and it's a shop window as suggested by MikeWN we cannot compete with Championship clubs where wages are 4 or 5 times Lge 1 wages. We cannot compete with clubs at the top of Lge 1 either. Even if we matched, for example. Wigan or Burton or Birmingham those clubs are still much much nearer home. If he goes then ''thanks and goodbye''. I wonder the reaction though if DA brings in another ''unattached'' player?
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   3rd January 2018, 11:52 pm

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Serve Brent right, and Adams for that matter. They've both been quoted as saying they like short term contracts for their employees as it keeps people keen.
This is what happens when you offer contracts for a few months. I'm sure they could have initially agreed a season long contract at the right price , and Diagouraga would have signed. Maybe Adams will have to dip into that January budget top up a bit further clown

short term contracts cause nothing but mayhem in the summer time when you have 9-10 sometimes more players out of contract including key players who can walk for free and Argyle are powerless to prevent it. 1 year with an optional i year extension is the type of contract you'd offer someone like David Fox given his age certainly not a player like Carey.

Ruins squad ethos having to rebuild a whole squad virtually every season and is it any wonder we start seasons poorly as cohesion isnt there. How Brent and Starnes think its good buisness is perhaps a testament to how clueless they are at times. Adams im sure would like to tie players like Carey, Bradley Jervis down to 2-3 year deals im truth and perhaps Brent can be asked why they arent when they are key players.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   4th January 2018, 12:07 am

tigertony wrote:
MikeWN wrote:
A few of us were wondering why a Championship player was unattached, and I wonder if we may have found out why? If he thought he was worth more than the market did, a short-term contract at Argyle may just have proved to be a nice little shop window for him.
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I wonder how many of you have had to face the job vs location vs wage question? The same fans are slagging off the club for not giving Dave a long contract but also slagging off the club for signing ShiftKey on a ''long'' loan. You can't have it both ways!! As for Dave himself - well his family are up north (we believe) and even if they are not and it's a shop window as suggested by MikeWN we cannot compete with Championship clubs where wages are 4 or 5 times Lge 1 wages. We cannot compete with clubs at the top of Lge 1 either. Even if we matched, for example. Wigan or Burton or Birmingham those clubs are still much much nearer home. If he goes then ''thanks and goodbye''. I wonder the reaction though if DA brings in another ''unattached'' player?

I'm sure if he ends up somewhere like Wigan or Blackburn or in the CCC we'll just suck it up as a bad lot.

Should he end up at, say, Bristol Rovers or Oxford or Gillingham or Pompey then we have every reason to be unhappy.

I don't buy into this thing about us being too far from his family. Firstly he is French and has already moved countries and secondly he came here for 3 months and it didn't bother him then, did it?

Maybe there is something in it, I don't know, but it doesn't feel right to me. It just sounds like a lazy excuse unless he comes out and says it himself.

Still let's see where he ends up before we get too irate about it all.

One thing is certain: the effect he has had has been tremendously, obviously and measurably positive and it might just be the factor that sees us stay up this season; he will not be easy to replace - if he goes and he hasn't yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   4th January 2018, 12:18 am

Nool chief knobpolsher has to protect his AAA passes jimmy dont give em out for nothing you know its hard work all that rectum licking you know
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