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Old 03-08-2009, 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by CPFC_R_GREAT
I agree with you...IF it meant that didn't mean that as a result some Premiership team will ask for 30m for some Reserve/ First team fringe player...
They don't, do they? I know that Spuds are asking ridiuclous money for that waster Bent, but normally the reserve players go for very little. Look at Burnley's signings for example.

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It also means that we are pretty much never going to be able to buy a player of any established quality ever again...
We couldn't even afford to buy boots for our players at the moment, so what's going on in the market is pretty irrelevant to us unfortunately!

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Prices need to come down across the board...and teams like City who can afford to buy a player, they might not even use for 10m is ridiculous. Maybe this would all be more pallatable if it were a non-offensive League One team, a Huddersfield perhaps...
Again, agree cos it's Leeds (and no-one likes bloody Leeds!), but it's still refreshing to see a lower division club being compensated for someone they've developed. My hatred for the north london scum wouldn't be anywhere near as bad had we been correctly compensated for B*stock.
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