MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Platypuss » 15 Jan 2020 12:49

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Imagine being that thick.


You don't need to imagine.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Franchise FC » 15 Jan 2020 13:06

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Snowflake Royal Who's too good to have played a minute in our FA Cup side to have managed to score? Hint, they top scored last season and have 4 more goals than your chum's 0 in the League. :wink:


Yet contributed the exact same level of points

Hint, it's less than one :wink:

LOL @ Measuring individual performance on team points... a striker who scores a hat-trick is shit if his defenders let in 5 right? :wink:

Kerry Dixon managed 4 at Doncaster - his mates DEFINITELY let him down

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Snowflake Royal » 15 Jan 2020 13:11

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Old Man Andrews Based on him being our record signing and an agent wanting his player to be in line with the high earners at the club he must be on 20k plus.


Ergo, you don't actually know and are guessing.

I'd seriously doubt that we are paying quite that much, especially after our financial issues recently. I'd have put him somewhere on £12k-£15k/week.

Also, this record transfer thing is speculation, yes it may eventually rise to our record transfer fee with bonuses and such, but I seem to remember it being widely reported that we didn't pay that much upfront for him.

Very unlikely anyone knows a players wage unless they disclose it. You can however look at all of the things that you do know and come to the reasonable assumption that he would be one of the big earners.

Again you only call me out to score cheap points because you see me as an easy target. You've entered what was a good discussion to have a dig, well done.

Agree with hendo, £20k+ seems unlikely given all the factors. I'd probably estimate a little higher than him though, in the £14k - £17k range.

None of us know though, and disagreeing and suggesting an alternative isn't having a pop, it's just having a different view.

We're still having a decent discussion, sulking aside.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Snowflake Royal » 15 Jan 2020 13:15

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Please show me where I have been offensive?

It's all about meeeeeeeeee! Pay attention to me, look at me, look at me! But don't talk to me.


Which comment, specifically, offended you? I'm curious to know.

Interjection, on a discussion forum? Who'd have thought that?

Sorry, couldn't resist.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Old Man Andrews » 15 Jan 2020 13:18

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Old Man Andrews It's all about meeeeeeeeee! Pay attention to me, look at me, look at me! But don't talk to me.


Which comment, specifically, offended you? I'm curious to know.

Interjection, on a discussion forum? Who'd have thought that?

Sorry, couldn't resist.

Hilarious. You're a grown man Ian, ever wonder where your life went so badly wrong?


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Snowflake Royal » 15 Jan 2020 13:21

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Which comment, specifically, offended you? I'm curious to know.

Interjection, on a discussion forum? Who'd have thought that?

Sorry, couldn't resist.

Hilarious. You're a grown man Ian, ever wonder where your life went so badly wrong?

It's fine, so no.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Simmops » 15 Jan 2020 13:52

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Old Man Andrews Imagine choosing Promotion over winning the FA Cup :D :D :D


Imagine being that thick.


You don't need to imagine.


I know.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by URZZZZ » 15 Jan 2020 13:59

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Snowflake Royal Who's too good to have played a minute in our FA Cup side to have managed to score? Hint, they top scored last season and have 4 more goals than your chum's 0 in the League. :wink:


Yet contributed the exact same level of points

Hint, it's less than one :wink:

LOL @ Measuring individual performance on team points... a striker who scores a hat-trick is shit if his defenders let in 5 right? :wink:


It's a perfectly plausible and accepted way of measuring individual performance to be fair

The example you alluded to is obviously an anomaly. But scoring a goal when 4-0 down against Fulham, for example, whilst being a very nice strike, had very little meaning (unless, of course, we're in a situation where GD is important)

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Blackpool (a) sponsored by Dylan Kerr

by Hendo » 15 Jan 2020 14:01

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Yet contributed the exact same level of points

Hint, it's less than one :wink:

LOL @ Measuring individual performance on team points... a striker who scores a hat-trick is shit if his defenders let in 5 right? :wink:


It's a perfectly plausible and accepted way of measuring individual performance to be fair

The example you alluded to is obviously an anomaly. But scoring a goal when 4-0 down against Fulham, for example, whilst being a very nice strike, had very little meaning (unless, of course, we're in a situation where GD is important)


With how tight the league is at the moment, it may well do!

Although you'd be able to point to loads of goals both scored and conceded that contributed to GD.


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