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    salford_latic44Salford_Latic44
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    Taken Take from his twitter account:

    Respecto a la preguntas que me están haciendo, por mucho mucho menos del valor que dice transfermarket, se puede hacer la transferencia

    Ok so it is the ropiest translation ever but here goes:

    With regard to the questions that are rising me, for much much less of the value that he says transfer market, it is possible to do the transfer.

    Personally I would like to keep him as I think he always lacked clear cut chances under Roberto.

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    Dose he want some bus fare

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    Taken Take from his twitter account:

    Ok so it is the ropiest translation ever but here goes:

    With regard to the questions that are rising me, for much much less of the value that he says transfer market, it is possible to do the transfer.

    Personally I would like to keep him as I think he always lacked clear cut chances under Roberto.

    Just glancing at this I can see that the words possible ( Posible ) and rising ( creciente ) are not in his text ? :oops:

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    Taken Take from his twitter account:

    Ok so it is the ropiest translation ever but here goes:

    With regard to the questions that are rising me, for much much less of the value that he says transfer market, it is possible to do the transfer.

    Personally I would like to keep him as I think he always lacked clear cut chances under Roberto.

    Just glancing at this I can see that the words possible ( Posible ) and rising ( creciente ) are not in his text ? :oops:[/quote]

    Se puedo hacer is roughly can do or can be done.

    Like I said its very ropey but translation isn’t a case of swap each word for another Phil and I can’t speak Spanish.

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    I speak poco espanol :) and my translation is:
    With regard to the questions that have been put to me, transfers can be done much much cheaper than transfermarket says they can.

    Now I notice he says transfermarket, not THE transfermarket, and I just wonder if he is just responding to someone who perhaps asked him that transfermarkt.co.uk (a website with facts AND rumours about transfers), or similar has put a price of whatever on someone (maybe him) that seemed silly and he was saying that IN GENERAL transfers are completed for much lower.

    I may be wrong, but my first reading was that he was making a general statement about levels of transfers and not necessarily about himself.

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    WeregoingtobarnsleyHenry Peacock
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    Boselli looking for a move?

    Any move is bound to be made slowly.

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    Taken Take from his twitter account:

    Respecto a la preguntas que me están haciendo, por mucho mucho menos del valor que dice transfermarket, se puede hacer la transferencia

    Ok so it is the ropiest translation ever but here goes:

    With regard to the questions that are rising me, for much much less of the value that he says transfer market, it is possible to do the transfer.

    Personally I would like to keep him as I think he always lacked clear cut chances under Roberto.

    I’d have him back, would like to see him have a decent run in the team as i can’t see him being any worse than Di Santo? He might surprise a few people?

    #116502
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    Alejandro Sabella, the Argentina national team manager, prefers Di Santo.

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    Alejandro Sabella, the Argentina national team manager, prefers Di Santo.

    Boselli – 4 caps 1 goal
    Di Santo – 3 caps 0 goal

    Boselli pips it as per his international credentials.

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    Just get shut and bring someone in who’ll actually be here to play. When it comes to biggest waste of money we ever spent he comes a close 2nd to the £450,000 we paid for Stefan Bidstrup,,, and just to remind those who have forgotten , best box to box player in Europe.

    #116506
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    Just get shut and bring someone in who’ll actually be here to play. When it comes to biggest waste of money we ever spent he comes a close 2nd to the £450,000 we paid for Stefan Bidstrup,,, and just to remind those who have forgotten , best box to box player in Europe.

    Agahowa, Marlon King & Jason Koumas to name three.

    Think the who was a worse signing than Boselli discussion has been done though.

    I just honestly think playing alongside someone like Kone in a front 2 with wingers he would be able to convert the chances that he gets.

    Workhorse Kone and Goal Poacher Boselli.

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    There isn’t room in a modern team for a specialist player – like a conventional fullback, a pure winger or a goal poacher.

    All the players now have to contribute a lot more whether the team is in possession of the ball or not. It’s not sufficient to wait for the ball in the penalty area. Just look at the effort that Kone makes.

    Boselli can certainly shoot, but he isn’t a mobile player at all. His failure to make the first team has been an enormous disappointment to everyone at Wigan.

    “would like to see him have a decent run in the team as i can’t see him being any worse than Di Santo?”

    All Boselli’s appearances for Argentina were made before he came to Wigan. Di Santo was selected on the strength of his play for Wigan, and made his first international appearances last season. He’s gone now, but I’m sure he would have made an impression in the Championship.

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    Been serious, is he flat footed ? . He runs with the flat of his foot landing full down. I remember reading somewere that Stan Collymore was flat footed, he had to have specially made boots to support the arch in the foot.

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    There isn’t room in a modern team for a specialist player – like a conventional fullback, a pure winger or a goal poacher.

    Of course there is.

    There are a range of different forwards throughout football and recognising their strengths is the first step to getting the best out of them.

    Kone would track back to receive the ball while laying it off allowing Mcmanman and Maloney to convert from a midfield position to a forward.

    Its something Martinez had previously tried with Scotland & Moreno which failed terribly.

    He recognised Rodallega is not the man for that role so tried to play him as an inside forward (sorry for the championship manager talk).

    To simply dismiss the fact that different players offer different roles and tactics available to a team is naive.

    I think if you had Kone playing a similar role and Boselli playing off him with Mcmanman and Jeany B hammering balls into the box in a conventional 442 with wingers then you would see the best of him.

    Kone had to work so hard for his 12 goals it was ridiculous at times!

    The only two times I can remember having any real width in our team under Martinez is when the 3-4-3 formation took everyone by surprise and Boyce and Jeany B could hammer balls in for fun and when we started playing Mcmanaman who likes to run to the line and hit one in the box.

    I think Martinez was thinking there was enough players in midfield who can hit a killer through ball to utilise his good movement off the ball and see him through on goal.

    Sadly the only player who has that sort of vision for us is Gomez who probably would have been hung in Wigan town center if it had gone to a vote.

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    There isn’t room in a modern team for a specialist player – like a conventional fullback, a pure winger or a goal poacher.

    Of course there is.

    There are a range of different forwards throughout football and recognising their strengths is the first step to getting the best out of them.

    Kone would track back to receive the ball while laying it off allowing Mcmanman and Maloney to convert from a midfield position to a forward.

    Its something Martinez had previously tried with Scotland & Moreno which failed terribly.

    He recognised Rodallega is not the man for that role so tried to play him as an inside forward (sorry for the championship manager talk).

    To simply dismiss the fact that different players offer different roles and tactics available to a team is naive.

    I think if you had Kone playing a similar role and Boselli playing off him with Mcmanman and Jeany B hammering balls into the box in a conventional 442 with wingers then you would see the best of him.

    Kone had to work so hard for his 12 goals it was ridiculous at times!

    The only two times I can remember having any real width in our team under Martinez is when the 3-4-3 formation took everyone by surprise and Boyce and Jeany B could hammer balls in for fun and when we started playing Mcmanaman who likes to run to the line and hit one in the box.

    I think Martinez was thinking there was enough players in midfield who can hit a killer through ball to utilise his good movement off the ball and see him through on goal.

    Sadly the only player who has that sort of vision for us is Gomez who probably would have been hung in Wigan town center if it had gone to a vote.[/quote]

    A polite bit of advice…The length of your comments are starting to remind me of a certain clubland entertainer who has gone to ground lately ! Try and be a little bit more concise as the attention span of some on here is akin to that of a goldfish ! ;)

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