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[Albion] Was it right to clap Macca yesterday?

Was it okay to clap Macca before and end of match?

  • Yes

    Votes: 292 94.8%
  • No

    Votes: 4 1.3%
  • Meh

    Votes: 12 3.9%

  • Total voters
    308


El Presidente

The ONLY Gay in Brighton
Helpful Moderator
Jul 5, 2003
39,680
Pattknull med Haksprut
Personally delighted to see him back at the Amex, and clearly RDZ happy to see him too, but appreciate other views are available as evidenced here
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tigertim68

Well-known member
Sep 3, 2012
2,275
Maybe a good servant to the club , if he thought that much of the club would not of put a cheap transfer fee into his contract ,
the club did as much for him as he did for us
 


Nobby Cybergoat

Well-known member
Jul 19, 2021
6,592
Terrific player for us and seems a decent fella, so yes of course.

Wasn't afraid to hack one or two down though was he?

I don't think he'll do much for Liverpool playing in that deeper lying position
 


JetsetJimbo

Well-known member
Jun 13, 2011
921
Maybe a good servant to the club , if he thought that much of the club would not of put a cheap transfer fee into his contract ,
the club did as much for him as he did for us
TBF it didn't look so cheap at the time. He was expected to be a bit-part player, at best, in an Argentina side that many doubted could win the world cup.

Then he then went on to be a star player in the Argentina side that won the world cup, which obviously made his value shoot up. But if that hadn't happened, selling him for around the same amount that we'd sold Bissouma for would have looked like a decent bit of business.
 

Midget

Concourse Kabe. *Posts may be affected by alcohol.
Aug 16, 2015
763
Lurking
Yes as he played well for us and left in "the right way".

Just this time though, his first time back. Meh hereafter.

Unless he does something booable in a later game like cause one of ours an injury, in which case booooooo etc.
 

Arthur

Well-known member
Jul 8, 2003
8,526
Buxted Harbour
Personally delighted to see him back at the Amex, and clearly RDZ happy to see him too, but appreciate other views are available as evidenced here View attachment 167840
That's a Leeds fan attitude!

We're way down the football food chain. Good players will come and the bigger boys will start circling. You can't blame any player for wanting to better themselves by wanting to go to bigger clubs. Mac went about his transfer with dignity and respect for Brighton therefore nothing but respect from me.

Caceido on the other hand. f*** him!
 


El Presidente

The ONLY Gay in Brighton
Helpful Moderator
Jul 5, 2003
39,680
Pattknull med Haksprut
Maybe a good servant to the club , if he thought that much of the club would not of put a cheap transfer fee into his contract ,
the club did as much for him as he did for us
Bought for £9m and sale price up to £55m seems a decent deal to me
 

1066familyman

Radio User
Jan 15, 2008
15,185
Of our recent departures, I have a brief league table of clapping to complete indifference or booing. It's all theoretical though, as I rarely get to games these days.

Ali Mac and big Dan Burn are table topping for clapping. Both parted on very good terms.
Sulky Trossard is firmly rooted at the bottom of the table and I'd happily join in any boos for him.
 


Joey Jo Jo Jr. Shabadoo

Waxing chumps like candles since ‘75
Oct 4, 2003
10,777
Maybe a good servant to the club , if he thought that much of the club would not of put a cheap transfer fee into his contract ,
the club did as much for him as he did for us
Or he could have not signed the new contract and would have left for even less this this past summer with just a year left on his previous deal. This was one occasion where both parties realised the benefit of a release clause/mechanism and it worked out well for all concerned.
 

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