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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:03 pm

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“Today, I played my last game for Argyle and I would like to give a massive thanks to the club and especially the fans,” he said.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here and the support from all the fans and everyone around the club has been amazing.

“I hope you will all understand that I made a decision to move closer to my young family. I wish the boys and the club all the best in the future.”


.....but, if Mr Brent had offered me an extra grand a week I'd have moved my young family closer to me.

exactly im sure graiser meant to input that bit when trying to disagree on pov's.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:52 pm

Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:01 pm

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Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.

Less than 2 hours,is that all? Like going from Tavvy to Brentor innit. Nail on the head about the money though.Well done Zyph,you're getting more and more astute as the years go on.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:45 pm

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Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sat Jan 06, 2018 11:55 pm

Angry wrote:
Les Miserable wrote:
Graiser wrote:
“Today, I played my last game for Argyle and I would like to give a massive thanks to the club and especially the fans,” he said.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here and the support from all the fans and everyone around the club has been amazing.

“I hope you will all understand that I made a decision to move closer to my young family. I wish the boys and the club all the best in the future.”


.....but, if Mr Brent had offered me an extra grand a week I'd have moved my young family closer to me.

exactly  im sure graiser meant to input that bit when trying to disagree on pov's.
I'm sure Graiser didn't forget the final comment. All Graiser quoted was the comments made by Toums - word for word! Forums are for disagreeing with POV's and putting your case forward. Aren't they?? Pat - your turn now!
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:14 am

tigertony wrote:
Angry wrote:
Les Miserable wrote:
Graiser wrote:
“Today, I played my last game for Argyle and I would like to give a massive thanks to the club and especially the fans,” he said.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here and the support from all the fans and everyone around the club has been amazing.

“I hope you will all understand that I made a decision to move closer to my young family. I wish the boys and the club all the best in the future.”


.....but, if Mr Brent had offered me an extra grand a week I'd have moved my young family closer to me.

exactly  im sure graiser meant to input that bit when trying to disagree on pov's.
I'm sure Graiser didn't forget the final comment. All Graiser quoted was the comments made by Toums - word for word! Forums are for disagreeing with POV's and putting your case forward. Aren't they?? Pat - your turn now!

your old man can speak for himself thanks.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:48 am

If the number crunchers are to be believed Toums was offered a contract at Argyle only marginally below Careys to stay. For once I think the lure of the North his family and previous relationship with Fleetwoods manager has swung the day. Plus a bigger salary care of their owner of course
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 7:08 am

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zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing


Hey steady on tt.....you can't say... "common sense and zyph"...in the same sentence...you'll get your ears burnt on here.

Fleetwood can never ever be run as an efficient club....when Andrew Pilley has no more money or becomes tired of his personal toy they will drop back into obscurity and level 8 or 9......the "Cod Army" only a few hundred of them will go elsewhere to get their kicks.....the M55 only goes one way from Fleetwood and that is south.

Pilley couldn't be bothered to turn up yesterday....on his yacht in the Caribbean soaking up the sun...not dying of exposure on that Irish Sea coast supporting his personal club.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 8:13 am

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If the number crunchers are to be believed Toums was offered a contract at Argyle only marginally below Careys to stay. For once I think the lure of the North his family and previous relationship with Fleetwoods manager has swung the day. Plus a bigger salary care of their owner of course

I don’t know where you’ve got that from. The Herald states he was offered substantially more money by Fleetwood.

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:20 am

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zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 9:29 am

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If the number crunchers are to be believed Toums was offered a contract at Argyle only marginally below Careys to stay. For once I think the lure of the North his family and previous relationship with Fleetwoods manager has swung the day. Plus a bigger salary care of their owner of course

I don’t know where you’ve got that from. The Herald states he was offered substantially more money by Fleetwood.

Yes he was ?? Toums was offered a contract at Argyle a smidgen below Careys number but Fleetwood it seems offered more.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:15 am

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If the number crunchers are to be believed Toums was offered a contract at Argyle only marginally below Careys to stay. For once I think the lure of the North his family and previous relationship with Fleetwoods manager has swung the day. Plus a bigger salary care of their owner of course

I don’t know where you’ve got that from. The Herald states he was offered substantially more money by Fleetwood.

Yes he was ??  Toums was offered a contract at Argyle a smidgen below Careys number but Fleetwood it seems offered more.

Substantially more in fact.

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“Fleetwood are believed to have offered Diagouraga substantially more in weekly wages than Argyle did.”

The player is perfectly within his rights to sign elsewhere, however I find the love in quite nauseating.

I don’t believe for a minute he was offered anywhere near Carey’s money either.

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:39 am

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tigertony wrote:
zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.


What twaddle you speak .....Toumani's family our settled in Leeds...he didn't see them over Christmas and the New Year.....moving north to re-unite with Uwe Rosler and be only two hours from home and his young family cannot be bad....plus Andrew Pilley paying well is the final benefit....that sounds like common sense....nodding dogs belong on rear car windows and paying over the odds for players....well we've been there before haven't we.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:03 am

As soon as we knew we had a gem we should have tied him down on a good contract. Just like we used to do with players like Friio and Larrieu.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:05 am

zyph wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
tigertony wrote:
zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.


What twaddle you speak .....Toumani's family our settled in Leeds...he didn't see them over Christmas and the New Year.....moving north to re-unite with Uwe Rosler and be only two hours from home and his young family cannot be bad....plus Andrew Pilley paying well is the final benefit....that sounds like common sense....nodding dogs belong on rear car windows and paying over the odds for players....well we've been there before haven't we.

You just haven't got a fecking clue have you,as gullible as a new born baby. About 60 odd years as an Argyle supporter and the penny still hasn't dropped.Go and kiss your photo of Brent and all the other tossers who have kept Argyle crap for the duration of your lifetime and beyond.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:41 am

Greenskin wrote:
zyph wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
tigertony wrote:
zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.


What twaddle you speak .....Toumani's family our settled in Leeds...he didn't see them over Christmas and the New Year.....moving north to re-unite with Uwe Rosler and be only two hours from home and his young family cannot be bad....plus Andrew Pilley paying well is the final benefit....that sounds like common sense....nodding dogs belong on rear car windows and paying over the odds for players....well we've been there before haven't we.

You just haven't got a fecking clue have you,as gullible as a new born baby. About 60 odd years as an Argyle supporter and the penny still hasn't dropped.Go and kiss your photo of Brent and all the other tossers who have kept Argyle crap for the duration of your lifetime and beyond.
Zyph - I did warn you!
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:43 am

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:54 am

Greenskin wrote:
zyph wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
tigertony wrote:
zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.


What twaddle you speak .....Toumani's family our settled in Leeds...he didn't see them over Christmas and the New Year.....moving north to re-unite with Uwe Rosler and be only two hours from home and his young family cannot be bad....plus Andrew Pilley paying well is the final benefit....that sounds like common sense....nodding dogs belong on rear car windows and paying over the odds for players....well we've been there before haven't we.

You just haven't got a fecking clue have you,as gullible as a new born baby. About 60 odd years as an Argyle supporter and the penny still hasn't dropped.Go and kiss your photo of Brent and all the other tossers who have kept Argyle crap for the duration of your lifetime and beyond.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:43 pm

Greenskin wrote:
zyph wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
tigertony wrote:
zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.


What twaddle you speak .....Toumani's family our settled in Leeds...he didn't see them over Christmas and the New Year.....moving north to re-unite with Uwe Rosler and be only two hours from home and his young family cannot be bad....plus Andrew Pilley paying well is the final benefit....that sounds like common sense....nodding dogs belong on rear car windows and paying over the odds for players....well we've been there before haven't we.

You just haven't got a fecking clue have you,as gullible as a new born baby. About 60 odd years as an Argyle supporter and the penny still hasn't dropped.Go and kiss your photo of Brent and all the other tossers who have kept Argyle crap for the duration of your lifetime and beyond.

You sound just a little upset....just remember there are other points of view other than yours.....for 6 years now the same old song has been sung by your type....not everyone expects Argyle to spend until we're in administration again....I don't want to see AFC Plymouth playing on the local Rec on a miserable Sunday afternoon......playing second fiddle to the likes of Parkway.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:49 pm

Great shame he's gone, I suppose we shall never how hard the club tried to keep him, but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't have included offering to move the family down here with the promise of a long term contract - we have football club owners who don't care about the football after all.

The test will be who Adams is allowed to replace him with - if anyone.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:41 pm

Not to worry. Chap on Radio Devon last night suggested we already have replacements in the squad who could step in the likes of Jamie Ness Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:00 pm

zyph wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
zyph wrote:
Greenskin wrote:
tigertony wrote:
zyph wrote:
Re-joined manager Uwe Rosler with the help of Fleetwood owner Andrew Pilley and his money. Less than 2 hours from home....simple really.
I'd forgotten about the link with Uwe Rosler! Anyway Zyph, you can't post common sense and reality on here y'now as you'll get slaughtered. Laughing

Depends on your definition of common sense. If nodding dog compliance and a reluctance to question policy or criticise any decision made at the highest level at Argyle is the criteria, then people like yourself and Zyph possess it in bundles.


What twaddle you speak .....Toumani's family our settled in Leeds...he didn't see them over Christmas and the New Year.....moving north to re-unite with Uwe Rosler and be only two hours from home and his young family cannot be bad....plus Andrew Pilley paying well is the final benefit....that sounds like common sense....nodding dogs belong on rear car windows and paying over the odds for players....well we've been there before haven't we.

You just haven't got a fecking clue have you,as gullible as a new born baby. About 60 odd years as an Argyle supporter and the penny still hasn't dropped.Go and kiss your photo of Brent and all the other tossers who have kept Argyle crap for the duration of your lifetime and beyond.

You sound just a little upset....just remember there are other points of view other than yours.....for 6 years now the same old song has been sung by your type....not everyone expects Argyle to spend until we're in administration again....I don't want to see AFC Plymouth playing on the local Rec on a miserable Sunday afternoon......playing second fiddle to the likes of Parkway.

All Argo fans should have wanted and expected Argo to offer the going rate for Toumani like Fleetwood did. But brent, for the 7th consecutive January window, has clearly decided not to support the manager. If your supporting brent in this decsion you cannot be an Argo fan.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 2:30 pm

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Not to worry. Chap on Radio Devon last night suggested we already have replacements in the squad who could step in the likes of Jamie Ness Sad

Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Toumani was signed as a result of Ness being in the team as hes shit and cant stay fit. Get rid of him asap del bhey.
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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 3:52 pm

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As soon as we knew we had a gem we should have tied him down on a good contract. Just like we used to do with players like Friio and Larrieu.

This,

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PostSubject: Re: Toumani Diagouraga set to leave   Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:41 pm

I hope Toums enjoys the 4hr round trip commute to training. Bit different from 10 mins each way from The Hoe.

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