How funny is the photo in that article. You could do a funny quote comp on that photo.
"duh, what's up boss? Have you got a headache?" Sent from my iPhone On 24/02/2012, at 3:36 PM, mark worrall <markworr...@gmail.com> wrote: > http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2012/feb/23/wolves-manager-walter-smith > > > On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 11:13 AM, Paul Hart <wholiga...@gmail.com> wrote: > Spot on Matthew > > Sent from my iPhone > > On 24/02/2012, at 11:49 AM, LEESE Matthew <matthew.le...@rms.nsw.gov.au> > wrote: > >> And thats where we need some balance. >> >> Mick had his 'everyone put in a shift and we'll do alright' policy and >> applied this across the park with no recognition of the need for both graft >> and guile. It didn't work. >> >> Morgan/Moxey are pursuing the 'young and hungry' ethos without recognition >> for more of a balance between youth and experience. We had the situation >> where we wasted alot of money on players coming to the end of their careers >> that inspired the famous 'golden tit' outburst and now seem to have the >> complete reverse of this. I think we need a balance between youth and >> experience and I reckon we got it right for a while when we had the likes of >> Ince, Irwin and Rae playing with players like Naylor (seemed erratic at the >> time but a dream compared to our current left back situation), Lescott and >> Murray. The young and hungry policy suits M&M's 'business' goals and they >> see these players as an investment/appreciating asset. Surely an older >> player can be seen as a sound investment though if they help bring success >> on the pitch which in turn transalates to increassed money off it. >> >> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf >> Of Steven Millward >> Sent: Friday, 24 February 2012 11:34 AM >> To: email@example.com >> Subject: Re: [NSWolves] Walter it is Then ! [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED] >> >> I reckon we have the capital to spend but we won't spend the wages. We >> agree fees with clubs but then it falls apart on personal terms e.g. Scott >> Dann. There must be others >> >> Albion do the reverse. A lot of their side was bought cheap but they pay >> more than us in wages. As transfer fees are amortized over the life of the >> contract maybe we should change our approach and spend more of the total >> cost on wages than transfers. >> >> The problem is that you then run up against the young and hungry policy >> (which is another Morgan backed idea). Young players cost more. If we want >> to do that then we'll have to take a gamble on older players towards the end >> of their career. >> >> On 24 February 2012 11:06, LEESE Matthew <matthew.le...@rms.nsw.gov.au> >> wrote: >> I agree Moxey's not entirely accountable and is basically trying to achieve >> the aims laid out by the owner but I would imagine these are reasonably high >> level and he has control over how he achieves them. I like the fact that we >> are financially sound in comparison to many/most other clubs and are not >> about to do a Portsmouth but I think there's room to be a little less >> cautious. Also, be more realistic about who we try and buy - if we have 5 >> million to spend on a player, don't spend time haggling trying to get 10 >> million rated players who inevtibly go to someone in the market for an 8 >> million pound player. We seem to lose out on so many players through this. >> >> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf >> Of Steven Millward >> Sent: Friday, 24 February 2012 10:35 AM >> >> To: firstname.lastname@example.org >> Subject: Re: [NSWolves] Walter it is Then ! [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED] >> >> I'm not sure Moxey is to blame, to be fair to him. His instructions come >> from the owner and that is to run the club as a business and not make a loss. >> >> Unfortunately I think success and profit are incompatible in the Prem >> when almost everyone else loses money, and most managers will know this. >> This might change if we can hold out until FFP but I'm not convinced. >> >> Agree that they could offer a manager 20k a week for the rest of the season >> with a 1m bonus if we stay up. Would be well worthwhile and good money for >> anyone. The value to the club would be immense compared to a million quid. >> The choice of manager would be very different if we went down to if we stay >> up. >> >> Brighton turned us down on Poyet, so I read. >> >> >> >> >> On 24 February 2012 10:00, LEESE Matthew <matthew.le...@rms.nsw.gov.au> >> wrote: >> It would appear that money is an issue and we're seeing Moxey once again try >> to operate on a shoestring. I worked with a Stoke fan back in England who >> was delighted when they got rid of Moxey - he felt Moxey was holding them >> back and there is no questioning their progression over the last 10 years. >> >> I look at the current situation and think what value do you put on >> Premiership survival? The money its worth has to warrant a sizeable >> investment to try and stay up. The way I see it we have 2 realistic options: >> >> - get someone in on a short term contract who's a real motivator and can get >> a bunch of players 'over performing' for a spell - someone in the Ian >> Holloway mould. A 13 game contract is obviously not very attractive and so >> that has to be compensated for by offering a 'too tempting' >> financial incentive. Its no good offering a 13 game contract on bog >> standard Premiership wages. The value of staying in the league is phenomenal >> - why not offer a huge incentive to someone to keep us up? >> >> - get someone you think can progress the team long term, regardless of which >> league we're in, and offer them a longer term contract. Curbishley (who I >> wasn't excited about but now looks a shining light compared to some of the >> dross we've been linked with) went down with >> Charlton and brought them back up stronger, enjoying a prolonged period of >> what undoubtedly had to be viewed as success given their resources. I >> wouldn't mind seeing us take a punt on Poyet for this option. >> >> The situation as is is a farce. Morgan and Moxey are looking like a pair of >> clowns and its an embarrassment to the club. They knew this day would come >> and obviously knew when that day was fast approaching - why didn't they plan >> for it accordingly? >> >> >> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf >> Of Steven Millward >> Sent: Friday, 24 February 2012 9:37 AM >> >> To: email@example.com >> Subject: Re: [NSWolves] Walter it is Then ! [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED] >> >> No it's that there isn't much money to spend on transfers and the wage >> structure can't be changed. >> >> >> On 24 February 2012 08:23, Paul Crowe <pcr...@contechengineering.com> wrote: >> If Clipboard is given the job until the end of the season there will be less >> than 10K season ticket holder’s renew next season. >> >> >> >> I do not know what this “vision” is that the 2 x M’s are referring to? 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