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      Attacking options next season

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      PastorGeek
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #23: May 14, 2024 03:59:53 pm
      Our attacking options next season are:

      Mo
      Jota
      Diaz
      Gakpo
      Nunez

       ;D

      we've scored 5 less goals than Arsenal, but conceded 13 more goals.

      Attacking options is not our #1 problem.
      « Last Edit: May 14, 2024 04:35:42 pm by PastorGeek »
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #24: May 14, 2024 04:35:54 pm
      What about Danns
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #25: May 14, 2024 05:50:47 pm
      Our attacking options next season are:

      Mo
      Jota
      Diaz
      Gakpo
      Nunez

       ;D

      we've scored 5 less goals than Arsenal, but conceded 13 more goals.

      Attacking options is not our #1 problem.

      Well we don’t know for sure what options we’ll be heading into next season with. 1 or 2 could easily leave.

      Gakpo and Jota look like the only 2 certainties.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #26: May 14, 2024 05:57:04 pm

      Suspect a year loan to another club , same with a few younger players
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #27: May 14, 2024 06:51:46 pm
      Terrifying more like.

      Gordon isn't good enough, plus he's an ugly ginger Evertonian diving cry baby c**t.

      & I'd hate to think what Mo shows up next season, sell while we still have a leg to stand on or he has a leg to stand on.

      Gordon would be very good and it’s worth remembering that he started out at our academy


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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #28: May 14, 2024 07:00:02 pm
      Gordon would be very good and it’s worth remembering that he started out at our academy




      Don't like the cut of the guys jib personally but I think it would piss the blueshite off more than it would me.

      Also F**k helping Newcastle in their FFP sh*t
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #29: May 14, 2024 08:17:26 pm
      Terrifying more like.

      Gordon isn't good enough, plus he's an ugly ginger Evertonian diving cry baby c**t.


      He's a Red and been to Wembley to support us in a semi.

      Supposed to have told his scouse mates he has had talks with us.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #30: May 16, 2024 11:17:27 am
      Gordon would be very good and it’s worth remembering that he started out at our academy

      Newcastle are gonna ask min £80 million for Gordon if not more. He's English, homegrown and the PL tax is huge. I'd rather just pay the release clause for Olise/Kudus
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #31: May 16, 2024 11:22:05 am
      He's a Red and been to Wembley to support us in a semi.

      Supposed to have told his scouse mates he has had talks with us.
      Ok well then that just makes him a ugly ginger diving cry baby c**t who's spent half his life playing on the blue side.  :lmao:

      For the money Newcastle would want, not worth it and would be a very unlike Edwards/FSG move.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #32: May 16, 2024 03:38:14 pm
      Club is only brining in forwards if Diaz and/or Salah leave.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #33: May 19, 2024 12:25:49 pm
      Ok well then that just makes him a ugly ginger diving cry baby c**t who's spent half his life playing on the blue side.  :lmao:



      Lots of young scouse reds did for a while as they had a better chance of getting a contract while Liverpool were busy hoovering up the foreign kids.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #34: May 20, 2024 05:41:51 pm
      I don't think we'll sign anyone that anyone thinks we'll sign. It will be someone that no one saw coming.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #35: May 21, 2024 02:53:57 pm
      Endo has been great but a 6'2" mobile goal scoring DM would change everything.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #36: May 21, 2024 03:25:27 pm
      Endo has been great but a 6'2" mobile goal scoring DM would change everything.

      Don't have to look outside the PL for that.
      Wouldn't be cheap though.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #37: May 21, 2024 03:31:54 pm
      Don't have to look outside the PL for that.
      Wouldn't be cheap though.

      Yep not cheap at all and very much a rare breed


      There aren’t many big mobile goalscoring DMs
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #38: May 21, 2024 03:41:52 pm
      That Rodri chap looks like he could do with a new challenge. A cheeky £30m bid maybe?
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #39: May 22, 2024 02:49:51 pm
      That Rodri chap looks like he could do with a new challenge. A cheeky £30m bid maybe?

      Not until he untucks his shirt...goofy looking b***ard.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #40: May 22, 2024 06:09:33 pm
      Not until he untucks his shirt...goofy looking b***ard.
      Haha. This got me. Dude is good though
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #41: May 23, 2024 11:31:00 am
      We’ve scored two goals less than expected or around that much

      City and Arsenal have scored working 10 plus more then expected

      That needs to be fixed
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #42: May 23, 2024 01:11:28 pm
      We’ve scored two goals less than expected or around that much

      City and Arsenal have scored working 10 plus more then expected

      That needs to be fixed

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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #43: May 23, 2024 02:48:05 pm
      Our best attacking option is to put some chances in the net, see where we go from there
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #44: May 23, 2024 10:00:09 pm
      I just realized something quite telling, and it's not positive.

      Right now, there is not a single one of our attacking players I would keep at all cost.

      I would be open to selling every one of them if a good offer comes in (obviously, not everybody at the same time). A few years ago, it would have been inconceivable with Mané, Bobby and prime Salah.
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      Re: Attacking options next season
      Reply #45: May 23, 2024 11:34:45 pm
      I just realized something quite telling, and it's not positive.

      Right now, there is not a single one of our attacking players I would keep at all cost.

      I would be open to selling every one of them if a good offer comes in (obviously, not everybody at the same time). A few years ago, it would have been inconceivable with Mané, Bobby and prime Salah.

      Which part is the realization? Because all that other stuff about what you 'would do', none of that is telling.

      It was inconceivable to think about selling any of the guys who formed the best front 3 in our history? Well now that truly is groundbreaking stuff.


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