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Old 14-01-2019, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Windsor_Eagle View Post
No. It doesn't.

1) No.proof we are remotely interested.

2) Promoted sides far more wiggle room in terms of wages and transfer fees.

3) We have spent considerably in the last 5 years.

4) By your logic, Cardiff are further ahead than Arsenal (who are also looking for free's or loans).
(1) Have/did i suggest we were interested in this guy? that would be far too much to expect Palace outlaying 18m on a striker in this window.
(2) But on the flip side they have not enjoyed the benefits of SIX years lucrative premiership funding as we have, that must have a bearing?
(3) Yes, but was it wisely spent? as we still seem to struggle every season, also what have we to show in resale value.
(4) Not sure how you come to that conclusion.

You must not be so easily mislead into believing the club is unable to fund transfers especially after years of lucrative premiership money as i suggested, also not forgetting the investment from the Americans. If the excuse is we have a hefty wage bill, then could that be down to poor/mismanagement? paying out high wages to average players as reflected in our results and constant struggles should not be acceptable. Just ask youself how a club like Bournemouth and several others can spend freely in nearly every window and not use FFP or whatever its called as an excuse, that only seems to relate to Palace or as we keep hearing on here.
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