CONFIMRED - Marc McNulty

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by CountryRoyal » 01 Jul 2018 20:08

I’d say £1m is still quite a lot for a 25 year old striker who has only really scored well at league two level.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for us to pay it, but I think £700k would be about the upper end of his value considering his remaining contract length as well.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Hound » 01 Jul 2018 20:18

Cov have an option of another year apparently so it’s basically a 2 year contract he is on

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by TiagoIlori » 02 Jul 2018 13:17

Don’t understand why people have a problem with the club not liking the supposed £1m benchmark. Too many people don’t understand the concept of value for money. I said Eisa would be good value at £1m but looking back on it you could probably get so much better for free, same with McNulty. £1m is nowadays pocket change but value for money is still crucial in this market, why do the 15 year olds struggle to understand that?

Bottom line is, the same people are obsessed with youth players, either you accept that value for money has always existed in this market and will continue to do so or accept these kind of players block the pathway for youth players. How many of them have actually watched him play on a regular basis?
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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by One87One » 02 Jul 2018 13:20

CountryRoyal I’d say £1m is still quite a lot for a 25 year old striker who has only really scored well at league two level.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for us to pay it, but I think £700k would be about the upper end of his value considering his remaining contract length as well.


£1m is loose change today.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by CountryRoyal » 02 Jul 2018 15:22

One87One
CountryRoyal I’d say £1m is still quite a lot for a 25 year old striker who has only really scored well at league two level.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for us to pay it, but I think £700k would be about the upper end of his value considering his remaining contract length as well.


£1m is loose change today.


Not saying it isn’t, but that’s doesn’t change the fact that it would be almost 50% overpaying.


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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Wycombe Royal » 02 Jul 2018 16:01

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CountryRoyal I’d say £1m is still quite a lot for a 25 year old striker who has only really scored well at league two level.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy for us to pay it, but I think £700k would be about the upper end of his value considering his remaining contract length as well.


£1m is loose change today.


Not saying it isn’t, but that’s doesn’t change the fact that it would be almost 50% overpaying.

50% overpaying based on what? Footballers don't have a barcode and price attached to their ear .....

It might be your opinion that it is 50% over what he is worth but don't state it as a fact.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Snowflake Royal » 02 Jul 2018 17:31

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£1m is loose change today.


Not saying it isn’t, but that’s doesn’t change the fact that it would be almost 50% overpaying.

50% overpaying based on what? Footballers don't have a barcode and price attached to their ear .....

It might be your opinion that it is 50% over what he is worth but don't state it as a fact.

It's pretty clearly an opinion. And it's certainly no less valid than saying £1m is pocket change so we should just cough up.

Personally I think we should be pleased that the club doesn't just meet sellers' valuations and bid what they consider is good value to us.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by CountryRoyal » 02 Jul 2018 18:37

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£1m is loose change today.


Not saying it isn’t, but that’s doesn’t change the fact that it would be almost 50% overpaying.

50% overpaying based on what? Footballers don't have a barcode and price attached to their ear .....

It might be your opinion that it is 50% over what he is worth but don't state it as a fact.


Yes, a fact which I’ve immediatey preceded by saying “I think”. Good one. Do keep up. :roll:

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by windermereROYAL » 03 Jul 2018 12:31

Unconfirmed reports we pulled the plug on this one.


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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Norfolk Royal » 03 Jul 2018 14:36

windermereROYAL Unconfirmed reports we pulled the plug on this one.


Let us know when they've been confimred.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Old Man Andrews » 03 Jul 2018 14:40

windermereROYAL Unconfirmed reports we pulled the plug on this one.


Cheers Geoff.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by NewCorkSeth » 04 Jul 2018 10:12

Shame. Was looking forward to having McNulty and Liam "Bunk" Moore in the same team

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Sutekh » 04 Jul 2018 14:12

Not concerned about this one, can't see how a golfer would improve the football side of things.


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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Hound » 04 Jul 2018 14:58

thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Old Man Andrews » 04 Jul 2018 15:00

Hound thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names


Lame is harsh.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Hound » 04 Jul 2018 15:40

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Hound thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names


Lame is harsh.


thought it was quite generous tbh

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Victor Meldrew » 04 Jul 2018 19:51

Hound thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names


Saw the golfer Mc Nulty playing in the Monaco Open some years ago-the highlight of that day was meeting Sharon Stone, but that's another story.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Norfolk Royal » 05 Jul 2018 08:15

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Hound thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names


Saw the golfer Mc Nulty playing in the Monaco Open some years ago-the highlight of that day was meeting Sharon Stone, but that's another story.


Ooh really. Did she cross her legs while sitting opposite you displaying an indiscernible hint of muff?

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by Victor Meldrew » 05 Jul 2018 11:55

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Hound thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names


Saw the golfer Mc Nulty playing in the Monaco Open some years ago-the highlight of that day was meeting Sharon Stone, but that's another story.


Ooh really. Did she cross her legs while sitting opposite you displaying an indiscernible hint of muff?


What happens on the golf course stays on the golf course.

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Re: RUMOUR - Marc McNulty

by From Despair To Where? » 05 Jul 2018 12:45

Hound thats how dull this window has suddenly become, that people are reduced to making lame jokes about golfers with similar names


Unfortunately it's about par for the course, these days.

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