All true.Let's not get carried away, nobody knows what their budget is. The only good news about this summer is that they have to shuffle the pack and it could go wrong...sadly, it could go right too. Every transfer is a gamble, let's just hope our gambling is better than theirs this season.
I'd have thought the signings of Allan and Morgan would raise concerns for the boy going there. He'd be better off down south at a championship team. Follow the McGinn example.Haven't seen so many pages since they signed the legend that was Scott Allan. This (potential) signing is based around similar motivation and will go the same way.
Lennon’s tried to get Park back to Parkpaed.All true.
It's their biggest pre season rebuild for nearly 20 years, and their most important for decades. That will bring about a degree of nervousness and perhaps an eagerness to jump in too soon.
Lennon has recruited well for them in the past, but most of that was down to their scouting at the time by a man they are desperately trying to entice back.
When John Park was delivering Wanyamas and Van Dijks to popcorn teeth dressing room Rangers were out of the picture. Now we're in their rear view mirror and threatening to overtake it brings a whole different pressure to their recruitment.
In that case, what a relief!That’s apparently his best moments and skills 3 penalties a few tap ins, a couple of hopeful deep freekicks and a couple of deflected shots?
This was part of my thinking. Anyone remember a guy called Nacho Novo??So, Motherwell announce they have agreed a fee (reported to be £3m + £250K).
Does that necessarily mean he is going to them. Motherwell may just be flagging up to his suitors down south (Barnsley and the like) what the fee really is to get him.
Exactly mate. A couple of guys who know the family on here have said he wants to go to England.So, Motherwell announce they have agreed a fee (reported to be £3m + £250K).
Does that necessarily mean he is going to them. Motherwell may just be flagging up to his suitors down south (Barnsley and the like) what the fee really is to get him and it will then be up to the player.
Wanted no part of the 'goldfish bowl' and wanted to play at better level for wads more money.McGinn was a weird one. He'd have walked into the Tim midfield and started every week.
Why did Motherwell post this & not just conclude the deal mate ?For those saying he's not agreed to join them yet, I'd be surprised if the Tims have not sounded his agent out before they've met the asking price.
They're are already rumours flying around regarding reasons for them being rejected by players / managers. If Turnbull turns them down and signs for EFL championship team then it would be hugely embarrassing. Im guessing he'll sign now this has been made public.
Hastie won’t cost us ‘nothing’, a Tribunal will probably set a fee of circa £300k, but your point is valid nonetheless. That sort of money on Turnbull is a huge gamble.Cracking deal for Motherwell to be fair, the boy had a good end to the season but at 34 appearances last year in a breakout season he’s every bit as much of a gamble as Hastie is for us and he cost us nothing rather than £3m plus.
True, but the observe is true also: no one can say he's shit without similarly watching an awful lot of Motherwell.How are many on here seeing Motherwell play so often to form the opinion that this boy is a great talent that we are missing out on?
Sportscene loyal or full of shit?