James Morrison (not a target for us)

#3
Unless he is a Hearts fan I cannot see him going there, they are fuckin brutal. Heckingbottom had a good reputation down south so he may like the idea of working with him, Aberdeen will pay the highest wages and he'll know Bryson.

Can't see him here at all tbh but the more players of his quality in the league the better
 

M@x

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#6
Unless he is a Hearts fan I cannot see him going there, they are fuckin brutal. Heckingbottom had a good reputation down south so he may like the idea of working with him, Aberdeen will pay the highest wages and he'll know Bryson.

Can't see him here at all tbh but the more players of his quality in the league the better
Agreed mate, better players make a more competitive and entertaining league.
 

Arkanoid

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#8
Liked him 5+ years ago, tbf if Mulumbu can still influence games up here he would be a decent signing.
Is he not English born though so hardly see it as a move home for him (like Dorrans/Naismith etc) better off staying in England
 

Crouchy

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#9
Liked him 5+ years ago, tbf if Mulumbu can still influence games up here he would be a decent signing.
Is he not English born though so hardly see it as a move home for him (like Dorrans/Naismith etc) better off staying in England
Where is Mulumbu now? Tarriers signed him on a permanent then loaned him back, didn’t they?

Morrison would be good for the sheep.
 

david1982

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#10
Unless he is a Hearts fan I cannot see him going there, they are fuckin brutal. Heckingbottom had a good reputation down south so he may like the idea of working with him, Aberdeen will pay the highest wages and he'll know Bryson.

Can't see him here at all tbh but the more players of his quality in the league the better
Doubt the sheep will be able to pay him big money (by their standards), they will be paying Bryson decent money, Lewis also with his new contract and they supposedly have trumped Hibs with the money for the boy Ojo they were both going for at 125 grand from an English club.
 

LiviLoyal

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#13
Unlucky to whoever gets him, as far as I’m concerned. Never rated him. Slows the game down way too much and will be too lightweight for most of the cloggers in this league. Wouldn’t get near our midfield.
 
#16
Been an excellent servant to West Brom. Quiet,unassuming guy who I`ve had the pleasure to meet on numerous occasions. Raised in the north east of England;so whether he heads back there is open to question.
Perhaps the McInnes connection with Albion has led to sheep speculation.
As @Valley Bluenose and @ Arkanoid have pointed out though; there will be better offers coming from the English Championship; plus the fact he may personally body swerve these mobs through choice anyhow.
 
#22
Nowhere.


I'd welcome the likes of him coming up here though. Decent players can only strengthen this mickey mouse league, which in turn is better for us all.
I see what you're saying, I want nothing but regular tankings to the rest of them tbh. The only thing that would up the quality of football is revenue and investment
 
#25
Has family in Largs and he is one us.

Plenty of experience but with the size of our squad at the moment I don’t think we would be interested
And yet he was quite happy to whore himself to the tranny shagger and that lot recently.

Wouldn't put it last the tims to sign him.

The sun also had hearts in talks with Alan McGregor a week or so before he signed with us
 

TimzRFudz

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#27
I see what you're saying, I want nothing but regular tankings to the rest of them tbh. The only thing that would up the quality of football is revenue and investment
Ok, I'll bite... how would increased revenue and investment up the quality of football....?

I'm presuming you mean it would lead to a better quality of player coming into the league...?
 
#33
Ok, I'll bite... how would increased revenue and investment up the quality of football....?

I'm presuming you mean it would lead to a better quality of player coming into the league...?
It doesn't just take decent players coming to the league to increase the quality of the game. Upgrades on stadium, training facilities, fan experience etc
 

TimzRFudz

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#35
It doesn't just take decent players coming to the league to increase the quality of the game. Upgrades on stadium, training facilities, fan experience etc
So a nice stadium with good hotdogs and a top training centre is what leads to an improvement in the quality of football..?

Come on mate, you know fine well it boils down to the quality of the players on the pitch. Everything else is important, but shite players doesn't lead to quality football.
 

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