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Tim Over Whelmed

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Jul 24, 2007
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I’m sure you bait people just to get a reaction @Dougie ….. and then moan that nobody gives you a chance. It’s fine to debate whether, or not, the legend that is Lewis Dunk will be in the side but try doing maturely.
 
















loz

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Apr 27, 2009
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  • Last week, David Ornstein picked Michael Olise as his deal to keep a close eye on, with Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Newcastle United among the admirers of the 22-year-old winger. A development in recent days is that interested parties have been advised to strike a deal with Crystal Palace before attempting to agree terms with Olise’s camp. Often when there is a release clause, as is the case with Olise, it is done the other way around, but in this instance, suitors will need to go through the front door. That will enable Olise to weigh up whatever options are on the table and then decide which club to choose — or whether to stay at Palace.
 


AZ Gull

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Oct 14, 2003
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  • Last week, David Ornstein picked Michael Olise as his deal to keep a close eye on, with Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Newcastle United among the admirers of the 22-year-old winger. A development in recent days is that interested parties have been advised to strike a deal with Crystal Palace before attempting to agree terms with Olise’s camp. Often when there is a release clause, as is the case with Olise, it is done the other way around, but in this instance, suitors will need to go through the front door. That will enable Olise to weigh up whatever options are on the table and then decide which club to choose — or whether to stay at Palace.
I don't understand the point being made here. Not least, because if there is a release clause then any potential suitors simply need to meet that release clause - there isn't any "deal" to be struck with Palace. :shrug:
 


Doonhamer7

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Jun 17, 2016
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The ‘deal’ is how the release clause is paid, Chelsea will obvioudly want to pay it over 10-15years, palace will obviously want it all upfront
 




A1X

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Olise off to Chelsea.
Eze also has a release clause at c£60m and teams looking to trigger it.
Guehi also likely to leave.
They’ll have plenty of funds for the new stand.
At least we got a whole season and a European qualification (and a World Cup winner) out of our dream team, they’ve had…six weeks?
 










BBassic

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Jul 28, 2011
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Where’s Dougal? True to form, at the first sign of adversity, he’s run away like the feckless, spineless poltroon he is.

Olise, Eze and Guehi will very likely not be playing their football at Parkhurst Cell next season. Oh dear, how sad, never mind…
I've learnt a new word today. Poltroon - fantastic one to add to the insult rotation.
 


lawros left foot

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Jun 11, 2011
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The plot thickens.

There is a whole thread on Palaces new shirt sponsor by Martin Calladine (@uglygame) an author who exposes the murkier side of professional football.
Quite interesting reading.
 

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lawros left foot

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Jun 11, 2011
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From reading the thread, it appears not only do Palace have an imaginary super duper stand, their new sponsors have imaginary owners.

Still, I expect it’s all above board really, I mean, Palace have always been absolutely scrupulous in their financial dealings.
 






Tim Over Whelmed

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This isn’t looking good @Dougie @loz realise its nothing to do with you guys but it’s really poor club management and stinks of desperation, what’s your thoughts?
 


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