Jump to content
oneBoro Forum

Dan's Summer Transfer Thread. Aka: " Post Mortem Time""


Recommended Posts

Let’s Hope mission increase the price Fulham pay to silly money has worked and that he doesn’t score 40 goals and get sold to someone for 50 million next year 😂😂

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 19.2k
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Offer has been accepted bauser has had his critics but he has pulled masterstrokes on both of these.  Now over to you Leo!  Payero small issues look sorted should be an announcement tomorrow or f

Gibson doing a Gibson. Having another punt, pushing for Bolasie, this Argentinian and money available for a couple more. (Not a lot though) Spence going for £5m

Not been keeping up but Sporar should be sorted by Tuesday 

Posted Images

EXCLUSIVE Fulham CEO talks to Flamengo director, sews last details and approaches Rodrigo Muniz's hiring

Alistair Machintosh called Bruno Spindel, director of Rubro-Negro, and guaranteed that the document will arrive in the next few hours; operation can be completed this Friday

MunizMarcelo Cortes/Flemish

vene casagrandevene.casagrande@odia.com.br

Published 07/29/2021 18:13 | Updated 07/29/2021 6:13 PM

Fulham took another step to seal the hiring of Rodrigo Muniz. This Thursday afternoon, the CEO of the English team, Alistair Machintosh, contacted Bruno Spindel, executive director of Flamengo, and guaranteed that the official purchase offer will be sent in the coming hours to try to close the deal this Friday. market.

The English team initially made a loan proposal with a purchase option, then changed to a purchase obligation, but Flamengo required the negotiation model to be definitive, in other words, a sale. The English team, willing to have Rodrigo Muniz at all costs, agreed and reached the following numbers: 6 million euros in cash (about 36.24 million reais) + 2 million euros (12.08 million reais) in a second installment. The amount refers to 80% of the economic rights, and Fla keeps 20%.

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, Mr_Maz said:

or distraction.....😏

I try not to get too invested these days. 

We are a mid to lower Championship club with limited ambition. Our signings show this.

Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, TheJew said:

Great propaganda from the club, though.

Propaganda by us? Well by all accounts it sounds like a genuine effort by us but we got out-bidded by a team with more money. Not sure why you are labelling it propaganda. 

  • Like 3
Link to post
Share on other sites

We’ve went all out with the propaganda by getting the Brazilian newspapers to say we were involved, then send people out to negotiate with him and improve our offer a number of times. Flamengo wanted him to accept us according to the report

Link to post
Share on other sites

It says flamengo  wanted to sell to us because they believed the bid and didn’t trust Fulham  but Fulham come back and player and agents wants to go to Fulham. 
 

can’t blame him choosing Fulham over us to be fair

Link to post
Share on other sites

The red-black duo tried to convince Muniz's representatives to close at Middlesbrough, which offered about 5 million euros for 50% of the striker's economic rights, but the agents and the player himself opted for Fulham's project.(+)

Interesting that Flamengo actually appear to have preferred our offer, but when London comes calling what can you expect.

  • Like 3
Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, Mfcdanny said:

Sick of this *** spoiling my evenings anyway. Just want it to be done and out the way. Hopefully he has a stinker 1st game 

Unless he’s playing for us of course 😃

  • Like 1
Link to post
Share on other sites
6 minutes ago, TLF10 said:

Propaganda by us? Well by all accounts it sounds like a genuine effort by us but we got out-bidded by a team with more money. Not sure why you are labelling it propaganda. 

Makes a nice change from pretending to be ITK

  • Like 1
  • Wow 1
Link to post
Share on other sites

Positive news is we are clearly working with the biggest transfer budget we've had in a few years but we need to get bodies in hopefully there's movement on some domestic targets over the weekend. 

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Downsouth changed the title to Dan's Summer Transfer Thread. Aka: " Post Mortem Time""
  • Old Codger changed the title to Dan's Summer Transfer Thread. Aka: " Sporar Tomorar?""

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Latest Posts

    • Delighted to see AJ got absolutely battered by Usyk, I've been saying  for weeks that he was severely underestimating his opponent YET AGAIN. He's never going to fight Fury (probably a good thing, Fury would murder him!)
    • A Cardiff v West Brom H Huddersfield v Blackburn H Hull v Blackpool D Middlesbrough v Sheffield Utd A Preston v Stoke H QPR v Birmingham H Barnsley v Nottingham Forest D Derby v Reading H Fulham v Swansea H Luton v Coventry D Millwall v Bristol City A Peterbrough v Bournemouth
    • While we have a regressive Manager playing regressive football which as you say is the complete opposite to us except that when I actually type it it looks real scary. A regressive Manager playing regressive football. How bad can it get and where is it going to take us?  
    • Our fixtures become interesting after Sheffield United. Away to Hull next Saturday then we have a run of Home games to Peterborough and Barnsley then Away to Cardiff, Warnock's old Club who are struggling (although not quite as bad as ourselves), Home to Birmingham, Away to Luton before we go to the Hawthorns to face the Baggies on the 6th Nov. We then have two consecutive Home games against Millwall and Preston before a trip to Huddersfield on the 27th November. On paper there are some very "winnable" games amongst that lot so would it be fair to let Warnock have that run to save himself and get things back on track or is it too risky to let the performances continue and see those potential points frittered away like we have all year? It could be argued that it would be reasonable to give him those games but the reality is that we are seeing nothing that gives us any reason whatsoever that Warnock has a grip and is going to tun it around. There has been little logic, shape or reason as to how he sets his sides up. Our defence is as poor as I have seen from a Boro side in a long time. If we were solid at the back, keeping clean sheets while boring us to death there would at least be some merit in his thinking but porous doesn't begin to describe us. Our Midfield is a disjointed mess, they cant cover and shield the defence and they can't set up attacking passages of play. They seem to run around chasing back (or more likely chasing their man to mark) after we lose possession or running up chasing long punts, then running back again, then running up again meanwhile adding little of merit or quality. It's clear that it is due to tactics rather than them all being useless (including Howson in fairness). Their passing and ball retention is painful to watch rendering them a weak and ineffective unit regardless of personnel. The fact that we are lamenting the loss of a fairly basic clogger in Morsy illustrates just how desperate we have sunk and how low our expectations now are. Attack? I can only chuckle at the thought of us actually looking like we can attack and record efforts be they on or off target. With just about zero threat or opportunities, bereft of any quality of service we look hopeless.  Ikpeazu can be a real handful and Sporar has class yet neither seem to be effective in a Warnock side.  We have played many teams already with far fewer resources than Warnock has at his disposal and have been found wanting on each and every occasion with the exception of bottom of the table Forest who immediately sacked their Manager. Derby are a basket case and a collection of journeymen players and Rooney's nous (Rooney and nous in the same sentence is something I thought I would never be typing) but they comfortably nullified Warnock. Mark Robbins and Coventry (with their own set of off field issues for years) and limited budget of a side bettered us with ease. Reading with an inexperienced Keeper (not that it mattered as his Kit won't need to have been washed by the end of all that added time), and a defence consisting of midfielders square pegged into a makeshift defence kept us at bay with such ease it was demoralising. Then there was Blackpool and copy and paste. A terrible disorganised Defence, a Midfield that seemingly has a confused purpose and an Attack that rarely if ever threatens leaves me with little reason for optimism. I'm not even sure where to begin in terms of sorting it all out as it is so far off the ideal in every single department that it is scary as to how bad we have become and how likely it is to continue unabated because there are absolutely no signs of something clicking or even just misfiring. It's the dampest of damp squibs. Its like the end of Strachan and Mogga all over, all the signs are glaringly obvious and I suspect the players must think the same despite them being "a smashing bunch of lads really". If SG made a change now it could get worse but by how much? If he doesn't it could get better but again by how much? Weighing everything up I can't see anything to suggest anything but more of the same for the last quarter of the year and by that time we could be lamenting more lost points against mediocre to poor sides and seriously deep in relegation territory. Hull and Peterborough will be looking at their fixtures against us and seeing them as winnable six pointers, this against a side that had the Play Offs as the target only a few weeks back.    
    • Warnock shouldn't abuse referees. But I don't think boro fans should be calling our manager expletives online. It makes us all look silly. I imagine if we beat Sheffield United 3-0 then nobody will be calling him a p**** then. He won't be here much longer.

×
×
  • Create New...