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    WBA Staying in The Championship

    Posted by SKF Clockwatcher on 15/5/2019, 8:35:47

    Do you think that makes it as likely, more likely or less likely that we can take players that Jones might have on his radar?

      Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

      Posted by Bored in Flitwick on 15/5/2019, 9:19:14, in reply to "WBA Staying in The Championship"

      What it does is highlight quality of some teams in championship,

        Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

        Posted by Sensible Hatter on 15/5/2019, 9:16:22, in reply to "WBA Staying in The Championship"

        It means Chris Brunt misses his first game for us through suspension.

          Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

          Posted by Bobble Hat on 15/5/2019, 9:05:16, in reply to "WBA Staying in The Championship"

          Good day out though !!!

            Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

            Posted by Shatter on 15/5/2019, 8:59:16, in reply to "WBA Staying in The Championship"

            Do managers only take players from the last club they managed?

              Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

              Posted by EastEnder on 15/5/2019, 9:01:48, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

              Micks been to couple of games in Spain.

              I imagine Spain, Holland, France, Germany and Scandinavia, plus the English lower leagues, have much better bargains than anyone at a decent sized Championship club.

                Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                Posted by Todd1433 on 15/5/2019, 10:52:51, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                Very true, like Gary Sweet said, the pressure is back on Mick to unearth the gems that are out there.

                They are around if you look hard enough. Norwich picked up Teemu Pukki on a free, after he was realised by a Danish side. He ended up banging in nearly 30 goals for them, in a league that I would guess to be far tougher than those in Denmark.

                  Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                  Posted by Shatter on 15/5/2019, 9:07:07, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                  I'd say we will be looking at the best young hungry players from League 1.

                    Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                    Posted by EastEnder on 15/5/2019, 9:08:09, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                    don't most of them already play for us?

                      Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                      Posted by Shatter on 15/5/2019, 9:11:07, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                      No they are all Championship players

                        Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                        Posted by EastEnder on 15/5/2019, 9:19:49, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                        but last season most of the best young hungry players in L1 played for us.

                          Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                          Posted by Shatter on 15/5/2019, 9:30:22, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                          I don't know I'm not a knowledgeable scout of League 1 players.

                Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                Posted by EastEnder on 15/5/2019, 8:40:22, in reply to "WBA Staying in The Championship"

                Probably less likely as if they are any good they will stay at WBA on 10 times the wages.

                  Re: WBA Staying in The Championship

                  Posted by Issac Hunt on 15/5/2019, 10:06:34, in reply to "Re: WBA Staying in The Championship"

                  Parachute payments getting smaller, so wage bills will have to be trimmed

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