His post - and the fact he seems to parrot whatever agents want him to say - suggests Moises intended to skip training and he put it out there prematurely. Perhaps Albion guessed it would be the agents’ next step and spiked their guns by telling him to stay away anyway. Or perhaps they’re saying they did - which would be a clever way of spinning it round.Could not train on Saturday? I know English isn't his first language but it is only just gone 10am when the team turns up for training and that was posted last night.
The ceiling was that cretins enormously inflated egoHard to escape the impression we have finally reached that ceiling Gus was on about
Seriously ? , you call what agents do "a job" , look at the current shitshow surrounding MC and BHAFC at the moment , then take the agent out of the scenario and you are left with a very different picture .I don’t blame the agents. Just doing their job. Responsibility lies with the player and it’s too easy to give him an easy ride.
Maybe Gilmour will give him a Glasgow kiss.Then Alexis M will give him a big hug and a Spanish kiss and he will stay.
Even if true it is a lot higher than Gus thought. FWIW I think we are the same well run club we were last week. A model for the rest of football and that will deliver us the success we all want.Hard to escape the impression we have finally reached that ceiling Gus was on about
Our only game before Tuesday, when the transfer window closes, is an FA Cup game that, given Ali Mac, is banned from the next EPL game, Caicedo was likely to be rested for anyway. If he has 'downed tools' then his timing is as effective as Lemmy's when he stormed off set at 'Never Mind The Buzzcocks' after they'd recorded the whole show. Its a repeat of City and Cucu. Arsenal wouldn't be playing these games if they could afford the asking price. Their next bid will still be derisory and will be rejected out of hand. He'll be back at work after Tuesday and the bidding will begin again in the summer.See Trossard and Cucurella - As soon as a player effectively downs tools - which seems Caicedo has done if he hasn’t turned up for training today - it’s only a matter of time before they are off regardless of contract length. Normally a short period of time too.
We could of course just keep turning down bids. We won’t though.
Apparently Man Utd is the dream for most modern Ecuadorians. Antonio Valencia's years there made them the most popular English team in the country.If he waits for the summer both clubs may well have signed other players and he is left with the Manchester clubs or Liverpool, and who wants to live in either of those dumps? Just a thought.
But I think you’d buy ones of potter.Again, I don't have a problem with RDZ generally speaking but I'm also not one who'd buy scented candles smelling like his farts. The man has flaws like everyone else and his big mouth is not doing the club any favours, imo.
The agent was employed by the player. He didn’t just magically get involved. You are trying to avoid putting the blame where it actually lies.Seriously ? , you call what agents do "a job" , look at the current shitshow surrounding MC and BHAFC at the moment , then take the agent out of the scenario and you are left with a very different picture .
Need to put an asterisk by the pricks name if he goes and they win the league, same for TrossardMore likely that Arsenal stand a decent chance of winning a league title and Moises could be part of that, at just 21.
Sunday is irrelevant. It's the fact that now any club that gets close to the top is cherry picked by the monied clubs to slap them down. Equally it's the so called fans of these clubs see it as an affront if we dare to turn their clubs offers down. Of course there's a pecking order and we have pushed ourselves up towards the top. These fans think we should be happy to exist while they sit in their front rooms watching the next trophy being won.Sunday is the FA cup
I feel so depressed now, I was really looking forward to Sunday…..
im not sure I like the Premier League anymore
Time for Gilmour to prove his worth but he’s a different type of player I think. Probably screws Mac’s chances of playing in his preferred role as we’ll need his bite deeper in midfield. Ideally him and Gilmour build a partnership I suppose, so Gross can stay at RB. Annoyingly, it makes Trossard’s departure more significant. If Mac can’t play number 10, don’t think we’ve got a proven option when Lallana is out.Who's the next man up, Gilmour?