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PostSubject: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 2:25 pm

Well, we know he is in the obvious way, but he has suggested that Cooper be sold and the fee used to sign a proven goalscorer.


Is he just blowing smoke or is the Club using him to prepare the fans for that sort of scenario?
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 3:05 pm

Who gives a shit what that prick reckons his days noshing jimmy as his football advisor knobhead & general bumlicker are over
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 3:09 pm

Grovehill wrote:
Well, we know he is in the obvious way, but he has suggested that Cooper be sold and the fee used to sign a proven goalscorer.


Is he just blowing smoke or is the Club using him to prepare the fans for that sort of scenario?

The first mistake is to read anything on the Fat Dictator’s site in the first place.

But I think you overblow any significance Newell has, as far as the club is concerned. The age demographic on Pasoti would make ATD a comparative Youth Club, let alone the social media channels where the vast majority of the fan base get their Argyle news.

As far as Cooper going on to bigger and better things, well only the most utterly Pasotiised fucktard would see that as anything other than inevitable. He’ll leave for a record fee. Probably next summer. Unless a Prem team came in offering silly money in January. So Cooper leaving at some point shouldn’t shock anybody.

I just hope he makes the difference between us staying up or going down, this season.
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 3:53 pm

Czarcasm wrote:
Grovehill wrote:
Well, we know he is in the obvious way, but he has suggested that Cooper be sold and the fee used to sign a proven goalscorer.


Is he just blowing smoke or is the Club using him to prepare the fans for that sort of scenario?

The first mistake is to read anything on the Fat Dictator’s site in the first place.

But I think you overblow any significance Newell has, as far as the club is concerned. The age demographic on Pasoti would make ATD a comparative Youth Club, let alone the social media channels where the vast majority of the fan base get their Argyle news.

As far as Cooper going on to bigger and better things, well only the most utterly Pasotiised fucktard would see that as anything other than inevitable. He’ll leave for a record fee. Probably next summer. Unless a Prem team came in offering silly money in January. So Cooper leaving at some point shouldn’t shock anybody.

I just hope he makes the difference between us staying up or going down, this season.

Tis true, Argyle will never be in a position to keep stand out talent for longer than a season or two, there are only a handful of clubs in the world whose players can't be bought regardless of fee offered, provided they want to keep them of course.
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 5:50 pm

i think the club are looking to sell him i have to agree with cornwalls own on this one, i doubt they will be doing that in Jan though as buying a proven goalscorer in januay with championship experience that we need wont be cheap and would take a big offer for anyclub to part with one which would swallow up most if not all of any fee for cooper in january to make selling him then not viable.
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 7:16 pm

If he didn’t do his ACL he would have been sold this summer that was nailed on all it’s done is delayed it a year as as some have said it’s no surprise cos let’s have it right his been groomed from the very beginning for a big move wrapped him up in cotton wool and kept dropping hints to local media and anybody else who listen to how good he was meant to be from day one …so yeah no surprise here
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 24, 2023 7:17 pm

Cooper will be off it's just a matter of when and how much he goes for. As long as the money does go on a proven goal scorer- which we clearly desperately need- and not into Hallett's infrastructure/property projects
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyThu Oct 26, 2023 8:44 am

I can't see him going in Jan, i think it'll be in the summer
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 31, 2023 12:10 pm

Yes
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PostSubject: Re: Is Newell a Tool?   Is Newell a Tool? EmptyTue Oct 31, 2023 8:29 pm

I agree with all of this. We wiii sell him but not for an Argyle price.
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