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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyWed Jan 31, 2024 6:42 pm

Lino Sousa on loan from villa who have just bought him from arsenal is the new rumour...

didnt we not just sign a left back? not sure i get why we need another one so soon after bringing in one during this window tbh.

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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyWed Jan 31, 2024 8:12 pm

Butcher gone
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyWed Jan 31, 2024 8:21 pm

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Butcher gone

good luck at Wycombe Butcher left on a high with a good performance and assist in a cup game thats not bad at all along with a league title medal from last season.

I got this feeling he wont be the only departure come tomorrow that we will see and no im not hinting at Whittaker but i do see 1 possibly 2 loans out pending on incomings if any.

going to be an interesting day tomorrow especially if we don't bring in a striker on the fan forums not just here that's for certain.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyWed Jan 31, 2024 9:16 pm

Tgwu wrote:
Butcher gone

In a way understandable, looked like he might've been on his way for a free at the end of the season anyhow. Does leave us very thin on the ground for the cup replay though - basically forced to play Houghton and Randall in centre midfield as everyone else will be cup-tied.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 7:51 am

Deadline day. Who will come in for Whittaker today? Lazio again? Brentford? Fulham? Another club not previously mentioned? Or will it be Hardie to Stoke? Would not surprise me in the least if Hallett sold both today.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 2:46 pm

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Deadline day.   Who will come in for Whittaker today?  Lazio again?  Brentford?  Fulham?  Another club not previously mentioned?  Or will it be Hardie to Stoke?  Would not surprise me in the least if Hallett sold both today.

Hallett wouldn't dare visit plymouth again due to the fan backlash even from the avivas if he sold whittaker and hardie today and we didnt at least have some guys brought in to cushion that blow.

I dont see that happening for either to be honest unless the offer(s) are far too good to be true.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 3:16 pm

Plymouth Argyle eye winger

Azeez is out of  contract at Reading at the end of this campaign and they risk losing him for nothing in the summer if they don’t cash in on him now.

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

Azeez would give Plymouth another option to pick from in their attacking department as they look to secure their status in the second tier

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

By Pete O'Rourke, Transfer Correspondent
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 4:52 pm

Saxon Early on loan to Stevenage. Makes sense, he gets fit, and makes space for Sousa.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 5:35 pm

Tgwu wrote:
Plymouth Argyle eye winger

Azeez is out of  contract at Reading at the end of this campaign and they risk losing him for nothing in the summer if they don’t cash in on him now.

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

Azeez would give Plymouth another option to pick from in their attacking department as they look to secure their status in the second tier

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

By Pete O'Rourke, Transfer Correspondent

Is this Azeez?

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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 5:42 pm

Tgwu wrote:
Plymouth Argyle eye winger

Azeez is out of  contract at Reading at the end of this campaign and they risk losing him for nothing in the summer if they don’t cash in on him now.

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

Azeez would give Plymouth another option to pick from in their attacking department as they look to secure their status in the second tier

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

By Pete O'Rourke, Transfer Correspondent

Lino Sousa has signed for Aston Villa, from Arsenal, and has immediately joined Argyle on loan for the rest of the season.

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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 5:47 pm

Tgwu wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
Plymouth Argyle eye winger

Azeez is out of  contract at Reading at the end of this campaign and they risk losing him for nothing in the summer if they don’t cash in on him now.

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

Azeez would give Plymouth another option to pick from in their attacking department as they look to secure their status in the second tier

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

By Pete O'Rourke, Transfer Correspondent

Is this Azeez?

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no thats Lino he did a parody of some utterly stupid south london style rap video that two chavs did outside the stadium that has been on social media this week to announce his arrival. He was wearing a makeshift balaclava and posing in that transit.


welcome Lino   i do hope we bring in Azeez too he is a class player.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 6:42 pm

Tgwu wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
Plymouth Argyle eye winger

Azeez is out of  contract at Reading at the end of this campaign and they risk losing him for nothing in the summer if they don’t cash in on him now.

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

Azeez would give Plymouth another option to pick from in their attacking department as they look to secure their status in the second tier

It has been a tough window for the Royals in terms of losing players and they may well be dealt another blow over the coming hours.

By Pete O'Rourke, Transfer Correspondent

Lino Sousa has signed for Aston Villa, from Arsenal, and has immediately joined Argyle on loan for the rest of the season.

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So Matt (Butcher) out Lino in.

Championship forwards will walk all over him. Won't be long before he gets carpeted
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 7:15 pm

Hope he's better than that cnut of a lino at Southampton
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 7:29 pm

1) England U19
2) Fozzie once knew them
3) No league experience

The three essential criteria all prospective signings must meet under Fozzie.

Clearly no strikers meet the above criteria then.
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PlymptonPilgrim wrote:
Saxon Early on loan to Stevenage. Makes sense, he gets fit, and makes space for Sousa.

he has joined wycombe on loan.

Another one who needs to be playing and regularly if hes to ever find a way into the first team plans like t.wright. Earley is a good player so i hope this loan goes well for him and helps him out here in pre season.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 9:17 pm

time is ticking away still no sign of a striker joining Sad surely Foster has seen enough of Waine to know that he isnt capable of replacing Hardie or even giving him competition should anything happen to him from now till the end of the season and we all have seen that Bundu can do the job on the wing for sure but not so much up front as the striker.

Still time but its worrying if come 2300 we havent brought one in.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 10:10 pm

Failed to bring in a striker but still hoping we can get Azeez over the line. But time running out fast.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 10:17 pm

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Failed to bring in a striker but still hoping we can get Azeez over the line. But time running out fast.

he would be a very good signing should we get him but he isnt the out and out striker we need. we are covered in all areas of the team but up front and there is no way Hardie is going to go from now till the end of the season unaffected by an injury or two.

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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyThu Feb 01, 2024 10:51 pm

Argo have failed to sign Azeez as well as a striker. Concerning.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyFri Feb 02, 2024 9:13 am

But we still have Whittaker
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyFri Feb 02, 2024 9:48 am

Tgwu wrote:
But we still have Whittaker
yep…until the summer!
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyFri Feb 02, 2024 2:18 pm

Keep scoring goals he be worth near 20m
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyFri Feb 02, 2024 3:09 pm

Tgwu wrote:
But we still have Whittaker

i see your point which you are right of course, My point is however he plays out on the wing where he is best and where he should stay as it benefits the team hugely rather than try him in a role he doesnt play up front and isnt as good there.

We now have to pray Hardie doesnt pick up an injury or suspension cause Waine isnt good and you only need to fart 6ft away from him on the pitch for him to fall over and Bundhu is another one who is better on the wing then he is up front. Issaka is not in a position much like Roberts was where we thrown him to the lions and hope he doesnt get eaten with his lack of game time and experience to be used as an out and out striker if anything happens to Hardie. He is one for the future and needs to be ready for that gradually.

This window i cant say its been the best for us. Its been concerning that there didn't seem to have been any funds available for the transfers we needed couldnt afford £2m for Azaz yet can afford to turn down £8m + for Whittaker make of that what you will cause something isnt quite right there.  we lost all 4 of our season long loanees including 2 key players that contribute 12 goals and as many assists and replaced them with untried unproven young players on loan that we have to hope can make the grade while they are here.

We signed 2 left backs cause we clearly needed one despite Galloway's form yet we didn't bring in another right back when Kesler Hayden was recalled which was silly seeing as Edwards cant play every game what will we do if he gets injured or suspended or needs the break.

Forshaw was a good signing cause we need experience in the midfield alongside Houghton. Philips seems to be an ok signing for the defence but we should have brought in someone with experience who can do the job at this level aswell something that i hope doesnt comeback to haunt us like up front.

In summary if this transfer window is a gateway to the future of this club with Foster in charge where we are going to be loan fc again and signing up kids to develop hence why we got a head coach and not a proven manager while trying to compete at this level while there are no funds available to sign the players needed and everything evolves around selling key players its not encouraging to me.
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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyFri Feb 02, 2024 7:31 pm

Angry wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
But we still have Whittaker

i see your point which you are right of course, My point is however he plays out on the wing where he is best and where he should stay as it benefits the team hugely rather than try him in a role he doesnt play up front and isnt as good there.

We now have to pray Hardie doesnt pick up an injury or suspension cause Waine isnt good and you only need to fart 6ft away from him on the pitch for him to fall over and Bundhu is another one who is better on the wing then he is up front. Issaka is not in a position much like Roberts was where we thrown him to the lions and hope he doesnt get eaten with his lack of game time and experience to be used as an out and out striker if anything happens to Hardie. He is one for the future and needs to be ready for that gradually.

This window i cant say its been the best for us. Its been concerning that there didn't seem to have been any funds available for the transfers we needed couldnt afford £2m for Azaz yet can afford to turn down £8m + for Whittaker make of that what you will cause something isnt quite right there.  we lost all 4 of our season long loanees including 2 key players that contribute 12 goals and as many assists and replaced them with untried unproven young players on loan that we have to hope can make the grade while they are here.

We signed 2 left backs cause we clearly needed one despite Galloway's form yet we didn't bring in another right back when Kesler Hayden was recalled which was silly seeing as Edwards cant play every game what will we do if he gets injured or suspended or needs the break.

Forshaw was a good signing cause we need experience in the midfield alongside Houghton. Philips seems to be an ok signing for the defence but we should have brought in someone with experience who can do the job at this level aswell something that i hope doesnt comeback to haunt us like up front.







In summary if this transfer window is a gateway to the future of this club with Foster in charge where we are going to be loan fc again and signing up kids to develop hence why we got a head coach and not a proven manager while trying to compete at this level while there are no funds available to sign the players needed and everything evolves around selling key players its not encouraging to me.

FFS our you Freathy's love child?

We have 18 league games in which to gain the 17 points that would almost certainly ensure we stay up (plus an unspecified number of Cup games that will almost certainly not exceed 2)

With Hardie and Whittaker we have 2 of the highest scorers in the Chamionship, we are 4th highest scorers in the Division. Hardie, Waine Bundu and probably Devine can all play as our attacking focus.

We have available four of England's finest in their age group. We have a Manager who has a proven track record in developing young players.

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PostSubject: Re: January Transfer Window   January Transfer Window - Page 9 EmptyFri Feb 02, 2024 7:38 pm

Grovehill wrote:
Angry wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
But we still have Whittaker

i see your point which you are right of course, My point is however he plays out on the wing where he is best and where he should stay as it benefits the team hugely rather than try him in a role he doesnt play up front and isnt as good there.

We now have to pray Hardie doesnt pick up an injury or suspension cause Waine isnt good and you only need to fart 6ft away from him on the pitch for him to fall over and Bundhu is another one who is better on the wing then he is up front. Issaka is not in a position much like Roberts was where we thrown him to the lions and hope he doesnt get eaten with his lack of game time and experience to be used as an out and out striker if anything happens to Hardie. He is one for the future and needs to be ready for that gradually.

This window i cant say its been the best for us. Its been concerning that there didn't seem to have been any funds available for the transfers we needed couldnt afford £2m for Azaz yet can afford to turn down £8m + for Whittaker make of that what you will cause something isnt quite right there.  we lost all 4 of our season long loanees including 2 key players that contribute 12 goals and as many assists and replaced them with untried unproven young players on loan that we have to hope can make the grade while they are here.

We signed 2 left backs cause we clearly needed one despite Galloway's form yet we didn't bring in another right back when Kesler Hayden was recalled which was silly seeing as Edwards cant play every game what will we do if he gets injured or suspended or needs the break.

Forshaw was a good signing cause we need experience in the midfield alongside Houghton. Philips seems to be an ok signing for the defence but we should have brought in someone with experience who can do the job at this level aswell something that i hope doesnt comeback to haunt us like up front.

FFS our you Freathy's love child?

We have 18 league games in which to gain the 17 points that would almost certainly ensure we stay up (plus an unspecified number of Cup games that will almost certainly not exceed 2)

With Hardie and Whittaker we have 2 of the highest scorers in the Chamionship, we are 4th highest scorers in the Division. Hardie, Waine Bundu and probably Devine can all play as our attacking focus.

FFS our you Freathy's love child?





In summary if this transfer window is a gateway to the future of this club with Foster in charge where we are going to be loan fc again and signing up kids to develop hence why we got a head coach and not a proven manager while trying to compete at this level while there are no funds available to sign the players needed and everything evolves around selling key players its not encouraging to me.

FFS our you Freathy's love child?

We have 18 league games in which to gain the 17 points that would almost certainly ensure we stay up (plus an unspecified number of Cup games that will almost certainly not exceed 2)

With Hardie and Whittaker we have 2 of the highest scorers in the Chamionship, we are 4th highest scorers in the Division. Hardie, Waine Bundu and probably Devine can all play as our attacking focus.

We have available four of England's finest in their age group. We have a Manager who has a proven track record in developing young players.

FFS our you Freathy's love child?

We have 18 league games in which to gain the 17 points that would almost certainly ensure we stay up (plus an unspecified number of Cup games that will almost certainly not exceed 2)

With Hardie and Whittaker we have 2 of the highest scorers in the Chamionship, we are 4th highest scorers in the Division. Hardie, Waine Bundu and probably Devine can all play as our attacking focus.

We have available four of England's finest in their age group. We have a Manager who has a proven track record in developing young players.


FFS our you Freathy's love child?

We have 18 league games in which to gain the 17 points that would almost certainly ensure we stay up (plus an unspecified number of Cup games that will almost certainly not exceed 2)

With Hardie and Whittaker we have 2 of the highest scorers in the Chamionship, we are 4th highest scorers in the Division. Hardie, Waine Bundu and probably Devine can all play as our attacking focus.

We have available four of England's finest in their age group. We have a Manager who has a proven track record in developing young players




sorry i thought i'd carry on the cut n paste...

no and yet again you completely missed the point and developed your own narrative.
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