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ince

its been reported that newcastle have put a bid in of ยฃ8 million.

can you see him leaving? do you want him to leave?

i personally dont want him to go,he s transformed at the moment,i dont know what SM has done to him but its worked a treat.scoring,tracking back,tackling..

if,he does go though,i think 8 million is peanuts, and id be asking about 11 million plus for him..i dont think our chairman is into selling our best though and if he s serious about challenging for promotion then selling our leading goal scorer isnt a very good idea..

posted on 12/1/17

When we let a player go, for whatever reason, in the calculations about skills lost and replacement potential, we sometimes overlook team cohesion/continuity stuff. Even Messi scores more because he knows his team.
The cost of replacing a player who fits the team is not just financial.

posted on 12/1/17

http://m.derbytelegraph.co.uk/tom-ince-focused-on-getting-derby-county-back-in-the-premier-league/story-30050164-detail/story.html

posted on 12/1/17

comment by Catalanaram (U3413)
posted 1 hour, 30 minutes ago
When we let a player go, for whatever reason, in the calculations about skills lost and replacement potential, we sometimes overlook team cohesion/continuity stuff. Even Messi scores more because he knows his team.
The cost of replacing a player who fits the team is not just financial.

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...see? Cat's not just lace doilies and cussing like a drunken pirate, she knows her onions!

I only wish we saw more of this kind of stuff from the likes of Peeder; more insight, less incite.

#MistaKeoghOUT #CB4 #SaveGaryRowett

posted on 12/1/17

No, he is playing very well for Derby now that SMc has returned. It would be madness to let him go whatever and especially for such a paltry sum.

posted on 12/1/17

comment by ๐Ÿ‘Serial๐Ÿ‘ (U20699)
posted 7 hours, 36 minutes ago
comment by Iwaslevel - Carry On Kuwait (U4836)
posted 12 hours, 46 minutes ago
I deffo sell and buy a Commons type. Someone who thinks of setting up rather than just shooting. You might wet yourselves over the goals he's scored but he's failed to set up many many more and is due to hit the skids again after his decent spell.

One thing Ince isn't is consistent.
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Who would be an example of this type of player in the current market?

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I don't know but we need an unselfish player.

I'd like Matt Richie as a swap deal with Newcastle. He will provide what is needed to get Newcastle over the line. Unless he's injured, I haven't checked.

posted on 12/1/17

He's not injured but they're not going to swap their best player for Ince.

Whats the point in that from their perspective and there's no chance he would come here.

posted on 12/1/17

I don't expect he will come here. I just have a different opinion of Ince than most. Enjoy him while he lasts.

posted on 12/1/17

Downing would fit the bill.

posted on 13/1/17

comment by GRIFF....fair price for football fans...not alot to ask for? (U3408)
posted 1 day, 10 hours ago
Even if Newcastle offered the same wages I'd still move to better myself
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Because that worked out well for your mate Steve.

posted on 13/1/17

As you all know I hated the way Ince conducted himself on the football field. I hated the way he wandered around sulking and blaming others for his mistakes. I hated the way he didn't help his full back and hated the way he wouldn't use his right foot. I've never seen him head a ball and told all around me I would eat my scarf if he headed a goal.

However since the return of the Mac Ince has started really trying. He is scoring some good goals, is helping his full back, seems to be enjoying his game and I saw him kick the ball with his right foot. I now enjoy watching him play!

I would not accept a bid of £8 million, but I would take £15 million for him as you never know if he will go back to his old ways.

I also like the way Bent has been performing recently, except the last couple of matches, much improved. But I still want Martin back.

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