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 21 
 on: January 23, 2020, 06:01:53 PM 
Started by kinboshi - Last post by McGlashan
Taylor our working with them as well. I did fear Taylor would follow Frampton to the Jamie Moore camp.

Who's that, Bazza?

Taylor was spotted on the pads with Ben Davison. Josh and his partner are in London full time so they can shop about a bit, or relocate again.

Gotcha, he's signed up with them, but been training with MTK.

See TBV talking about Arum signing BB Miller.

*she moved down 6 month ago. Frampton and Chantelle Cameron made exactly the same move from Cyclone to MTK management so Taylor wasn't a shock. The McGuigans guided his career fantastically but there's also massive conflict of interest in protecting his best long term interests.

Lols at big baby. Man going to look like a fat bag of glue.

 22 
 on: January 23, 2020, 06:01:28 PM 
Started by kinboshi - Last post by Marky147
Canelo goes up in my estimation if he chooses to fight Murata and totally mug off BJS and Smith.

Hearn talking about that first 10mins of his video today.

Oscar said BJS not front runner. Eddie said not sure BJS is the front runner, boxing news put that out.

Said Joe Gallagher rang him up and said 'BJS got the Canelo fight'

Hearn said not had one convo about BJS/Smith fighting Canelo. Only that Canelo team said BJS/Smith are two fights they'd like when they were all in Dallas, and now Murata in the mix.

Canelo's lot are the bosses and everyone at their mercy. They'll do what they want to do. As good as they are, you're waiting on the golden ticket. They decide when it happens.

Said to Billie you're in the mix for Canelo, but if it don't happen there's Jacobs/Andrade or Smith. BJS said great, when?

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 23 
 on: January 23, 2020, 05:38:12 PM 
Started by kinboshi - Last post by Marky147
Taylor our working with them as well. I did fear Taylor would follow Frampton to the Jamie Moore camp.

Who's that, Bazza?

Taylor was spotted on the pads with Ben Davison. Josh and his partner are in London full time so they can shop about a bit, or relocate again.

Gotcha, he's signed up with them, but been training with MTK.

See TBV talking about Arum signing BB Miller.

 24 
 on: January 23, 2020, 04:16:14 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by arbboy
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The first good point you’ve made in this thread for a long time Wink


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Feel free to say what i have said that doesn't make any sense.  Which of the two is it?  Are you tanking this season or all out for a top 4 spot.   Falling into the 'death trap' of the 5th/6th spots with Thursday night football which doesn't help attract players at all is the nut worse scenario for your long term development.

If you are tanking to avoid Thurs nights for next season i couldn't argue with that.   If you are not tanking then you need a top class instant goals striker to have any chance of making the top 4.   I think your squad is so bad currently you could go for the top 4 and buy vardy or someone of similar proven EPL quality and still end up effectively 'tanking' by finishing outside the top 6 if you run bad and/or other teams run good for the rest of the season.  Probably going to need a record low 4th spot points total to get CL football next season as well.  Chelsea are regressing from their fast start relative to expectations with their kids.   It is all up for grabs.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/51216217

Obviously this whole discussion is based on him being fit by the end of Jan.  Given the above report it would seem that is possible.

 25 
 on: January 23, 2020, 04:11:47 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by Pokerpops
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The first good point you’ve made in this thread for a long time Wink

 26 
 on: January 23, 2020, 03:55:55 PM 
Started by kinboshi - Last post by McGlashan
Taylor our working with them as well. I did fear Taylor would follow Frampton to the Jamie Moore camp.

Who's that, Bazza?

Taylor was spotted on the pads with Ben Davison. Josh and his partner are in London full time so they can shop about a bit, or relocate again.

 27 
 on: January 23, 2020, 03:46:45 PM 
Started by kinboshi - Last post by McGlashan
Canelo goes up in my estimation if he chooses to fight Murata and totally mug off BJS and Smith.

 28 
 on: January 23, 2020, 03:41:04 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by arbboy
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 29 
 on: January 23, 2020, 03:07:13 PM 
Started by Woodsey - Last post by Kev B
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 30 
 on: January 23, 2020, 03:05:02 PM 
Started by George2Loose - Last post by arbboy
I think they need to make a standard over the odds value wise signing that has become so standard for Man U in recent years because they are Man U, they are loaded and they can and sign Vardy.  They need some leadership and experience in that dressing room, basically don't have a striker for the rest of the year and he won't cost as much as they were wiiling to over pay for Sanchez and others.   He is a total grafter 100% of the time which is what most of the United dressing room aren't.

Leicester have shown at the right price they are happy to sell anyone to anyone (Man U are currently a direct rival and they still sold Maguire), Vardy would get a short term huge pension type deal (probably £350k a week) to retire on which he deserves and Man U get the final two years of him at the very top level (he surely has to start aging soon given his skill set).  

Seems a perfect win win win trade for all 3 parties for me.   £60m and £350k a week for a 2-3 year deal.  Chicken feed to the Man U money printing machine.   Too much for Vardy and Leicester to turn down at this stage of his career.  Plus the huge lol ego factor that Man U are buying past their prime players over the odds price wise from Leicester who have had his prime years after doing it themselves for decades to clubs would be a sharp reality check of where Man U are shopping currently.

Leicester accepted Arsenal's £20M bid for Vardy near the end of Wenger's reign but he turned the move down.

Arsenal barely offered him more wages wise than Leics did though.   Man Utd could blow him out of the water wages wise for a 2.5 year contract.  Maybe it wouldn't take £60m to get him then but what i am saying is if MU aren't in tank this season mode then they need to break the bank for instant goals to compete this year otherwise they could easily finish 8-10th this season if they are not careful without MR.

Man U have a different 'premier' price list for players (esp from Leics) in their current climate of decline.  Given Vardy's performance this season even at his age i think it would take Leicester a lot more than £20m to sell him right now.   Leicester are a club where everyone has a price and there is only one club in the EPL who don't care about price and that is why this is a perfect storm potentially.

You could easily say the same about Spurs and Jose.  He would be a typical 'at his peak' purchase for Jose with Kane out but i doubt Levy would given give the numbers and balance sheet hit a second thought. 

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