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39 minutes ago, Lord Pityme said:

 

Three signings in 24 hours..

Two CB's... much needed

One Midfielder... overloaded

 

Bairdy gone... not Goody's cup of tea.

Who's next for the boot?

Gotta be a couple of midfielders/forwards..?

 

S McGinn?

K McAllister?

D Mullen?

E Erahon?

Y Djorkaeff?

I Durmus?

The wages have to be balanced somewhere.

 

Personally can see S McGinn & Djorkaeff leaving. Wouldn't be surprised if Mullan went as well and maybe one or two more coming in (if that happens). Possibly Erhahon & Breadner on loan as well. 

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56 minutes ago, Lord Pityme said:

 

Three signings in 24 hours..

Two CB's... much needed

One Midfielder... overloaded

 

Bairdy gone... not Goody's cup of tea.

Who's next for the boot?

Gotta be a couple of midfielders/forwards..?

 

S McGinn?

K McAllister?

D Mullen?

E Erahon?

Y Djorkaeff?

I Durmus?

The wages have to be balanced somewhere.

 

Would keep Durmus, he puts a shift in at least.

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Priority has to be getting McGinn out. Big (biggest?) earner and can’t get a game when fit. I just fear no other club will touch him given how much he earns and how bad he is.

 

Djorkaeff will surely be mutually consented and McAllister and Erahon (who’s only 18) hopefully put out on loan. They’re not ready this season but could be good enough in the future.

 

Durmus will certainly stay, he’s one of our best players and a match winner. As his superb winning goals against Aberdeen and Kilmarnock have shown.

 

Out of the four strikers the lowest in the pecking order is Mullen. Cooke seems to be third choice behInd Obika and Morais now. Also Andreu and I believe McGrath can play up there if required.

 

Whether Danny wants to stay and fight for his place or leave will be up to him as much as anyone. As 4th choice strikers go he ain’t bad. If he does leave we will sign a replacement, I suspect he won’t and we won’t be signing any more strikers.

 

 

 

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Three signings in 24 hours..
Two CB's... much needed
One Midfielder... overloaded
 
Bairdy gone... not Goody's cup of tea.
Who's next for the boot?
Gotta be a couple of midfielders/forwards..?
 
S McGinn?
K McAllister?
D Mullen?
E Erahon?
Y Djorkaeff?
I Durmus?
The wages have to be balanced somewhere.
Out of all of Goody's signings this summer, I have yet to be impressed by Djorkaeff.

Looked OK in a few of the pre season/cup matches. Came on against Motherwell and within a few minutes, had given the ball away and it was 2-0.

Makes you wonder if we genuinally thought he was good enough or was he a panic buy due to the lack of signings at the start of pre season.

He's still a young lad though so could be worth sending him out on loan to get some first team experience.
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7 minutes ago, TopCat said:

Priority has to be getting McGinn out. Big (biggest?) earner and can’t get a game when fit. I just fear no other club will touch him given how much he earns and how bad he is.

 

Djorkaeff will surely be mutually consented and McAllister and Erahon (who’s only 18) hopefully put out on loan. They’re not ready this season but could be good enough in the future.

 

Durmus will certainly stay, he’s one of our best players and a match winner. As his superb winning goals against Aberdeen and Kilmarnock have shown.

 

Out of the four strikers the lowest in the pecking order is Mullen. Cooke seems to be third choice behInd Obika and Morais now. Also Andreu and I believe McGrath can play up there if required.

 

Whether Danny wants to stay and fight for his place or leave will be up to him as much as anyone. As 4th choice strikers go he ain’t bad. If he does leave we will sign a replacement, I suspect he won’t and we won’t be signing any more strikers.

 

 

 

I might be wrong but I think S McGinn has just gone in for a knee op so would be surprised if he's going anywhere just now

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38 minutes ago, WeeBud said:

I might be wrong but I think S McGinn has just gone in for a knee op so would be surprised if he's going anywhere just now

Stephen has been a good player for us an an excellent club captain. Most would agree that he has looked like he was carrying an injury for some time. If this is true and he goea back to his best then that would be good news all round imo. 

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1 hour ago, bazil85 said:

Personally can see S McGinn & Djorkaeff leaving. Wouldn't be surprised if Mullan went as well and maybe one or two more coming in (if that happens). Possibly Erhahon & Breadner on loan as well. 

Could that be because they're development players, have never been in JGs plan this season and will be further down the pecking order when the window is over? :rolleyes:

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Just now, Bud the Baker said:

Could that be because they're development players and have never been in JGs plan this season? :rolleyes:

Nope, it could be because we are half way through the season and there will be a January re-evaluation. Same as practically all clubs in the country. Good effort though. 

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53 minutes ago, St.Ricky said:

Stephen has been a good player for us an an excellent club captain. Most would agree that he has looked like he was carrying an injury for some time. If this is true and he goea back to his best then that would be good news all round imo. 

Agree on the first parts but I feel like I hear this every window, carrying an injury, needs an op, will be back to his best. Rinse and repeat. Good club ambassador and leader but think his time is up unfortunately 

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OK, point taken.  Maybe I should have put "lots of other jobs" rather than "most other jobs" seeing as I have no knowledge of "most" but do have knowledge of "lots".
In fact any zero hours contract, or gig economy employee, or one with less than 12 months service is unlikely to benefit in this way these days. So literally millions dont get it.
That's the trouble with sweeping statements, you get swept up in them.
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9 minutes ago, Lord Pityme said:

In fact any zero hours contract, or gig economy employee, or one with less than 12 months service is unlikely to benefit in this way these days. So literally millions dont get it.
That's the trouble with sweeping statements, you get swept up in them.

Worked in my own business since 1992 so no sick pay there, nor paid holidays. Little in the way of access to benefits. You don't work, you don't earn. A harsh school.  Still, for the majority they would qualify imo. 

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11 minutes ago, St.Ricky said:

Worked in my own business since 1992 so no sick pay there, nor paid holidays. Little in the way of access to benefits. You don't work, you don't earn. A harsh school.  Still, for the majority they would qualify imo. 

SSP, you talking about.  If everybody got full wages when sick, doctors surgeries would very busy, that's if you could get a doctor who wasn't sick. 

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13 minutes ago, Slartibartfast said:

Everywhere I have been employed you got 3/6/12 months (depending on company and/or length of service) full wages whilst sick.  Only when I was self employed did I not get this.  Maybe I've just been lucky in the places where I have worked.

You've never worked on a building site, a factory or warehouse unless you were staff.  You've been lucky

 

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1 minute ago, pod said:

You've never worked on a building site, a factory or warehouse unless you were staff.  You've been lucky

 

My first job was demolishing buildings by hand. The next was in a factory laboratory. Terms in the former were poor but I was a big strong lad. The latter had improved terms and was cleaner! 

 

 

 

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13 minutes ago, St.Ricky said:

My first job was demolishing buildings by hand. The next was in a factory laboratory. Terms in the former were poor but I was a big strong lad. The latter had improved terms and was cleaner! 

 

 

 

Did they not trust you with a hammer.  (Sorry, couldn't resist)

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1 minute ago, pod said:

Did they not trust you with a hammer.  (Sorry, couldn't resist)

OK. Asked for that! 

I got to use a hammer to strip the slates and sparking off the roof and to knock cement off bricks so that these could be resold. The real fun was welding the big heavy whatever it was called to knock parts of the structure down. 

PS. Have never used a hammer since. 

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14 minutes ago, St.Ricky said:

OK. Asked for that! 

I got to use a hammer to strip the slates and sparking off the roof and to knock cement off bricks so that these could be resold. The real fun was welding the big heavy whatever it was called to knock parts of the structure down. 

PS. Have never used a hammer since. 

 

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SSP, you talking about.  If everybody got full wages when sick, doctors surgeries would very busy, that's if you could get a doctor who wasn't sick. 
Most doctors will be on at least 6 months full, 6 months half pay.
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