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Offline marko1892

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Re: Newcastle invite Bramble offers
« Reply #25 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 11:19:57 am »
Thank god we've seen sense and decided to flog him

Offline LooneyToonArmy

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« Reply #26 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 12:06:54 pm »
And, lets not forget that Roeder was brought to NUFC to coach the kids - months later he's manager!

Only at NUFC would s*** like this happen.


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« Reply #27 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 12:46:04 pm »
I doubt we'll sell him in January, clubs know we want rid now so they'll wait until summer and get him on a free.

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« Reply #28 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 01:08:15 pm »
Best news of the week! :D

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« Reply #29 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 01:28:35 pm »

...possibly (well certainly IMO) worse coaches than we have now.


IMO I humbly disagree. Even Roeder has said that it will take 5 years before Clark will (may) become a top coach, and Terry Mac? Feck off.

We had a better coaching set up under Souness, and that is deeply sickening.
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Re: Newcastle invite Bramble offers
« Reply #30 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 01:42:34 pm »
United set to offload Bramble

Oct 22 2006

 
By Neil Farrington, The Sunday Sun


Newcastle are aiming to offload Titus Bramble in January - and take up to a 90 per cent loss on the error-prone defender.

Bramble's latest horror show, in last Sunday's Premiership defeat to Bolton, was the last straw for United's top brass.

And with the 25-year-old out of contract next summer, United may sell him for as little as £500,000 in the new year - one-tenth of what they paid Ipswich for him in 2002.

Even then, Newcastle know they may not be overwhelmed by interest in Bramble, although a move back to Portman Road is a possibility.
 

United boss Glenn Roeder hopes to sign THREE defenders in January - after admitting it was "frustrating" not to sign Jonathan Woodgate ahead of today's opponents Middlesbrough in the summer.
But despite United's poor start to the domestic season, Roeder insists he doesn't feel under undue pressure.


And amid mounting discontent on the terraces, has vowed not to ditch his calm and composed image.


"It was frustrating not to get him," Roeder said of Newcastle old boy Woodgate, who chose to join Boro on loan from Real Madrid. "But there were two considerations.


"One was his medical record, which suggested it would be tough for him to play lots of games. The other was his desire to play for his hometown team.


"The thing with Jonathan is, because of his injuries, you never know how long you will get before he breaks down again."


Robert Huth was a stronger target still for Roeder, but the former Chelsea centre-back also chose Boro and may partner Woodgate today.


"I saw a lot of Huth when I was in London, and I got glowing reports about him from players I am close to at Chelsea," added Roeder, tracking Macedonia centre-half Alex Vasoski according to new reports in Europe.


"Why did we not get Huth? There are reasons that are difficult for me to elaborate on, but he decided to join Middlesbrough."
 

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« Reply #31 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 01:43:56 pm »
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Offline Elephant

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« Reply #32 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 01:49:48 pm »
Oh, Roeder starts talking again. Atleast he doesn't say that we are close to signing three defenders. I really don't believe word he says, but hope someone does.

Offline Mick

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« Reply #33 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:02:12 pm »
Some of his quotes are cracking, especially the last.  The answer to his last point is probably something along the lines of Roeder not having enough time to evaluate the player.

On Woodgate, we knew about his medical condition so I can't see why he mentions it, if we showed an interest in him then we must have accepted that he might break down.

It just looks like sour grapes and excuses.
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Offline NE5

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« Reply #34 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:06:27 pm »
Probably speculation, but if it's true, then it has all the hallmarks of our beloved Chairman yet again going behind his manager's back.

Freddy wouldn't do that, would he?

We're probably just trying to get some cash together so we can strengthen our strongest positions.

which is ?

What makes you think Roeder is happy with him ? Or are you wildly speculating again as usual

PS...our board pre-1992 used to buy mostly washed up has beens and players who would never be top players but of course you know that already don't you...in fact they used to stick their nose in and sell our best players behind the managers back especially home grown England international local lads and you know all about that as well.

http://z3.invisionfree.com/NUFCforum/index.php?

"He wants what we want and goes to the games for the same reason as we do, he wants us to win for the pleasure that brings.  He wants to build the club up and put everything in place to make sure we can maintain a high position once we reach it." - mick [aka Stephensons Rocket], aug 10th 2008

"I think Keegan would be a daft option, he's been here and done the best he could." - mick, 6th March 2006

"Ashley will do something Shepherd has never ever done, he'll spend HIS own personal money on players as the club will be his." - mick 7th June 2007

I think we've done well in the last window - mick, 23 Oct 2008

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« Reply #35 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:10:05 pm »


which is ?

What makes you think Roeder is happy with him ? Or are you wildly speculating again as usual

PS...our board pre-1992 used to buy mostly washed up has beens and players who would never be top players but of course you know that already don't you...in fact they used to stick their nose in and sell our best players behind the managers back especially home grown England international local lads and you know all about that as well.



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You're as boring and repetitive as ever, straight into the defence of Shepherd whenever he's mentioned.

(Edited)

I decided to read past pre-1992, it's usually when I stop reading.

Bowyer & Speed, do them two names ring any bells?
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« Reply #36 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:27:22 pm »

Some of his quotes are cracking, especially the last.  The answer to his last point is probably something along the lines of Roeder not having enough time to evaluate the player.


A more likely explanation is that Shepherd didn't rate Huth as highly as Roeder, wasn't prepared to match Boro's bid until the last moment when things were desperate, and by then Huth was keen to opt for the club that had shown a sustained interest in him rather than one who tried to muscle in at the last moment.
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« Reply #37 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:28:24 pm »
Bramble is leaving?

\o/

Offline Syrette

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« Reply #38 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:31:36 pm »
Probably speculation, but if it's true, then it has all the hallmarks of our beloved Chairman yet again going behind his manager's back.

Freddy wouldn't do that, would he?

We're probably just trying to get some cash together so we can strengthen our strongest positions.

which is ?

What makes you think Roeder is happy with him ? Or are you wildly speculating again as usual

PS...our board pre-1992 used to buy mostly washed up has beens and players who would never be top players but of course you know that already don't you...in fact they used to stick their nose in and sell our best players behind the managers back especially home grown England international local lads and you know all about that as well.



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Offline Cajun

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« Reply #39 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 02:34:03 pm »
I just hope we get his replacement in or at least near the close of negotiations before he is sold!

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« Reply #40 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 03:08:29 pm »


which is ?

What makes you think Roeder is happy with him ? Or are you wildly speculating again as usual

PS...our board pre-1992 used to buy mostly washed up has beens and players who would never be top players but of course you know that already don't you...in fact they used to stick their nose in and sell our best players behind the managers back especially home grown England international local lads and you know all about that as well.



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You're as boring and repetitive as ever, straight into the defence of Shepherd whenever he's mentioned.

(Edited)

I decided to read past pre-1992, it's usually when I stop reading.

Bowyer & Speed, do them two names ring any bells?

I'm repetitive ?

Who mentioned Shepherd first ? What grounds do you have for thinking its Shepherds decision to release him ? Your obsession leading to you making things up is very sad. Even I - after defending Bramble for a canny while hoping he would fulfill his potential have just about gave up on him, so the simple fact is - if Roeder still wants him at the club and wanted to hand him a new contract wouldn't say much for Roeder, yet that is what you are insinuating.

And BTW - I am not defending anything or anyone, just correcting you when you make things up. But all the same - pre-1992, has beens and never will be's was the market we operated in, unlike now. Do you agree with this comment or are you going to "defend" the old board who gave you consistent relegation battles and 2nd division football rather than european football and top players of the last decade ?

http://z3.invisionfree.com/NUFCforum/index.php?

"He wants what we want and goes to the games for the same reason as we do, he wants us to win for the pleasure that brings.  He wants to build the club up and put everything in place to make sure we can maintain a high position once we reach it." - mick [aka Stephensons Rocket], aug 10th 2008

"I think Keegan would be a daft option, he's been here and done the best he could." - mick, 6th March 2006

"Ashley will do something Shepherd has never ever done, he'll spend HIS own personal money on players as the club will be his." - mick 7th June 2007

I think we've done well in the last window - mick, 23 Oct 2008

any individual or group resourceful enough to raise the £100 million plus that would be needed today to take over the club is likely also to be intelligent and resourceful enough to make a better fist of it than the current board - ozzie mandiarse 24th Oct 2006

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« Reply #41 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 03:18:42 pm »

I'm repetitive ?

Who mentioned Shepherd first ? What grounds do you have for thinking its Shepherds decision to release him ? Your obsession leading to you making things up is very sad. Even I - after defending Bramble for a canny while hoping he would fulfill his potential have just about gave up on him, so the simple fact is - if Roeder still wants him at the club and wanted to hand him a new contract wouldn't say much for Roeder, yet that is what you are insinuating.

And BTW - I am not defending anything or anyone, just correcting you when you make things up. But all the same - pre-1992, has beens and never will be's was the market we operated in, unlike now. Do you agree with this comment or are you going to "defend" the old board who gave you consistent relegation battles and 2nd division football rather than european football and top players of the last decade ?



You are to boredom what Lennox Lewis was to heavyweight boxing, you're right up with the best of them.

I didn't mention Shepherd first, I suppose I did by name but not by title.

What about Bowyer & Speed being peddled behind the managers back?  Remember, you mentioned per-1992 and players being sold behind the managers back, what about Shepherd trying to do it, is that a good or bad thing?

Also, I'm sure my comments were read the way they were meant by most people, Mr Bore of the year 2005/06. 

Here, have your trophy  :first:
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« Reply #42 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 06:21:25 pm »
We were gonna sign all sorts of top class players in the summer, and ended up with Bernard, Martins and Sibierski. So this talk of signing three defenders in Jan.....  :roll:
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« Reply #43 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 06:26:47 pm »

I'm repetitive ?

Who mentioned Shepherd first ? What grounds do you have for thinking its Shepherds decision to release him ? Your obsession leading to you making things up is very sad. Even I - after defending Bramble for a canny while hoping he would fulfill his potential have just about gave up on him, so the simple fact is - if Roeder still wants him at the club and wanted to hand him a new contract wouldn't say much for Roeder, yet that is what you are insinuating.

And BTW - I am not defending anything or anyone, just correcting you when you make things up. But all the same - pre-1992, has beens and never will be's was the market we operated in, unlike now. Do you agree with this comment or are you going to "defend" the old board who gave you consistent relegation battles and 2nd division football rather than european football and top players of the last decade ?



You are to boredom what Lennox Lewis was to heavyweight boxing, you're right up with the best of them.

I didn't mention Shepherd first, I suppose I did by name but not by title.

What about Bowyer & Speed being peddled behind the managers back?  Remember, you mentioned per-1992 and players being sold behind the managers back, what about Shepherd trying to do it, is that a good or bad thing?

Also, I'm sure my comments were read the way they were meant by most people, Mr Bore of the year 2005/06. 

Here, have your trophy  :first:

Shepherd didn't try and peddle Bowyer and Speed, that was just Bobby getting confused as he'd lost his marbles. Isn't that right NE5.

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« Reply #44 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 07:00:32 pm »

I'm repetitive ?

Who mentioned Shepherd first ? What grounds do you have for thinking its Shepherds decision to release him ? Your obsession leading to you making things up is very sad. Even I - after defending Bramble for a canny while hoping he would fulfill his potential have just about gave up on him, so the simple fact is - if Roeder still wants him at the club and wanted to hand him a new contract wouldn't say much for Roeder, yet that is what you are insinuating.

And BTW - I am not defending anything or anyone, just correcting you when you make things up. But all the same - pre-1992, has beens and never will be's was the market we operated in, unlike now. Do you agree with this comment or are you going to "defend" the old board who gave you consistent relegation battles and 2nd division football rather than european football and top players of the last decade ?



You are to boredom what Lennox Lewis was to heavyweight boxing, you're right up with the best of them.

I didn't mention Shepherd first, I suppose I did by name but not by title.

What about Bowyer & Speed being peddled behind the managers back?  Remember, you mentioned per-1992 and players being sold behind the managers back, what about Shepherd trying to do it, is that a good or bad thing?

Also, I'm sure my comments were read the way they were meant by most people, Mr Bore of the year 2005/06. 

Here, have your trophy  :first:

Shepherd didn't try and peddle Bowyer and Speed, that was just Bobby getting confused as he'd lost his marbles. Isn't that right NE5.

thanks for your response or lack of the last time i proved you wrong

http://z3.invisionfree.com/NUFCforum/index.php?

"He wants what we want and goes to the games for the same reason as we do, he wants us to win for the pleasure that brings.  He wants to build the club up and put everything in place to make sure we can maintain a high position once we reach it." - mick [aka Stephensons Rocket], aug 10th 2008

"I think Keegan would be a daft option, he's been here and done the best he could." - mick, 6th March 2006

"Ashley will do something Shepherd has never ever done, he'll spend HIS own personal money on players as the club will be his." - mick 7th June 2007

I think we've done well in the last window - mick, 23 Oct 2008

any individual or group resourceful enough to raise the £100 million plus that would be needed today to take over the club is likely also to be intelligent and resourceful enough to make a better fist of it than the current board - ozzie mandiarse 24th Oct 2006

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« Reply #45 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 07:01:57 pm »

I'm repetitive ?

Who mentioned Shepherd first ? What grounds do you have for thinking its Shepherds decision to release him ? Your obsession leading to you making things up is very sad. Even I - after defending Bramble for a canny while hoping he would fulfill his potential have just about gave up on him, so the simple fact is - if Roeder still wants him at the club and wanted to hand him a new contract wouldn't say much for Roeder, yet that is what you are insinuating.

And BTW - I am not defending anything or anyone, just correcting you when you make things up. But all the same - pre-1992, has beens and never will be's was the market we operated in, unlike now. Do you agree with this comment or are you going to "defend" the old board who gave you consistent relegation battles and 2nd division football rather than european football and top players of the last decade ?



You are to boredom what Lennox Lewis was to heavyweight boxing, you're right up with the best of them.

I didn't mention Shepherd first, I suppose I did by name but not by title.

What about Bowyer & Speed being peddled behind the managers back?  Remember, you mentioned per-1992 and players being sold behind the managers back, what about Shepherd trying to do it, is that a good or bad thing?

Also, I'm sure my comments were read the way they were meant by most people, Mr Bore of the year 2005/06. 

Here, have your trophy  :first:

whats that ? The Texaco Cup - the limit of the ambition of the club in your "golden era"

http://z3.invisionfree.com/NUFCforum/index.php?

"He wants what we want and goes to the games for the same reason as we do, he wants us to win for the pleasure that brings.  He wants to build the club up and put everything in place to make sure we can maintain a high position once we reach it." - mick [aka Stephensons Rocket], aug 10th 2008

"I think Keegan would be a daft option, he's been here and done the best he could." - mick, 6th March 2006

"Ashley will do something Shepherd has never ever done, he'll spend HIS own personal money on players as the club will be his." - mick 7th June 2007

I think we've done well in the last window - mick, 23 Oct 2008

any individual or group resourceful enough to raise the £100 million plus that would be needed today to take over the club is likely also to be intelligent and resourceful enough to make a better fist of it than the current board - ozzie mandiarse 24th Oct 2006

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« Reply #46 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 07:02:56 pm »

thanks for your response or lack of the last time i proved you wrong



Shepherd is s***, try and prove that wrong.
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« Reply #47 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 07:03:42 pm »

whats that ? The Texaco Cup - the limit of the ambition of the club in your "golden era"



What's the ambition now?
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Offline NE5

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« Reply #48 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 07:07:12 pm »

thanks for your response or lack of the last time i proved you wrong



Shepherd is s***, try and prove that wrong.

Well, it must be a strange feeling for you , seeing a team near the foot of the table as you haven't seen it before, are you going to stop going like the last time

EDIT

Simple fact is, the subject of this was about the club listening to offers for Bramble and its been turned into yet another anti board
thing.....and you say I'M repetitive !!!  Bramble is out of contract and Roeder has decided he isn't good enough, and he's right. Why do you make things up rather than get on with the topic ?


http://z3.invisionfree.com/NUFCforum/index.php?

"He wants what we want and goes to the games for the same reason as we do, he wants us to win for the pleasure that brings.  He wants to build the club up and put everything in place to make sure we can maintain a high position once we reach it." - mick [aka Stephensons Rocket], aug 10th 2008

"I think Keegan would be a daft option, he's been here and done the best he could." - mick, 6th March 2006

"Ashley will do something Shepherd has never ever done, he'll spend HIS own personal money on players as the club will be his." - mick 7th June 2007

I think we've done well in the last window - mick, 23 Oct 2008

any individual or group resourceful enough to raise the £100 million plus that would be needed today to take over the club is likely also to be intelligent and resourceful enough to make a better fist of it than the current board - ozzie mandiarse 24th Oct 2006

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