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Remember people telling me Fabregas and Barkley were better options than Winks too.Benches at the weekend of our rivals with no injuries:
- Bernardo Silva
- Gabriel Jesus
As Scott wont answer, I'll just put this out to show people what delusion we are dealing with here.
I put City in, even though they would have cover for most situations.....but not a situation like ours, as you can see by their bench and the fact they are starting with Otamendi.
Apparently, these other teams are all covered extremely well in the event they would be without their preferred three central midfielders as well as losing their stand in, and having to drop one of their playmakers into the middle alongside an academy graduate who missed last season through injury himself.
They would also be really well covered if their main striker, and two first choice AMs were injured/on international duty apparently.
From all those benches, ask yourselves who would improve us, and who would replace a fully fit Spurs bench, because depending on formation, that could be:
Gazzaniga, Lamela, Sanchez, Aurier, Rose, Winks, Moura
From Utd, you're talking Mata and Lukaku
Scum, no one
Chelsea, no one
City, Bernado Silva, Jesus
What a laughable notion, that Liverpool are sorted if Mane, Salah, Milner, Fabinho, and Firminho are all missing
And that Chelsea would be fine with their immense cover if Hazard, Pedro, Kovacic, Kante and Willian were all out injured.
What a fucking load of wank
they are just trying to equate what he is supposed to earn if he stays his entire contract. Subtract time used up of it and then go "Well. That's all United has to pay. Spurs can't say no".So I saw an article this morning about United prepared to pay the fee required to get Pochettino, and it did make me wonder why managers tend to be a lot cheaper than players.
The Express claim £34m as the fee (and I know the article is going to be bollocks), but if we take that at face value, that seems extremely cheap for someone so integral to our club, considering that your top players are going for £100m+ in todays markets.
Yes we can. Offering to pay up someones existing contract doesn't make it law that we have to agree. We could ask for a compensation fee of whichever amount we deem appropriate. We could for instance say pay up Poch's and his coaching staff's contracts and give us 50 mill on top or fuck off. I know not likely in the real world but the power is in our hands.Spurs can't say no"
you know that. I know that. The media ignores thatYes we can. Offering to pay up someones existing contract doesn't make it law that we have to agree. We could ask for a compensation fee of whichever amount we deem appropriate. We could for instance say pay up Poch's and his coaching staff's contracts and give us 50 mill on top or fuck off. I know not likely in the real world but the power is in our hands.
You can't just resign and start working for another club. Resigning doesn't nullify a contract, you would be in breach of contract as would your new employers if they have knowledge of said contract.Never could understand the whole manager thing....
Gets fired = gets paid a shit ton of money.
Resigns = gets no money, but gets to take up a new job wherever he wants with immediate effect, with the victim club getting some compensation in the process, but never enough money to compensate for the trouble it causes.
I’d like to see a club being given more protection on this, Currently if a manager has, let’s say 2 years remaining on his contract with his current club but then decides he wants to manage “FC whoever the fuck they are” he can simply resign and take up his new position, with some tribunal deciding on compensation for the agreeved club...bollocks to that I say.
If a manager resigns he should not be allowed to manage another club until his contract would have expired with his current club PERIOD!!......Unless the two clubs can agree on compensation, ie; if ”Manager” had two years left on his contract but Barcelona wanted him and ”Manager” wanted to go to Barca, then, and only then, if the two clubs agreed a “transfer fee” would “manager” be allowed to start working with Barca.....
we have something nice and fancy that they do not have so of course they want it. Especially since he shares some characteristics with st Fergy.Ole seems to be doing pretty good so far, I don't know why United fans are still dying to get Poch