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13 hours ago, Jeffrey said:

Earlier this week, Emmy-award-winning filmmaker Jamie Doran was on a precarious journey into the mountains just outside the western city of Herat, Afghanistan

It was actually in the Clyde tunnel that this took place

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1 hour ago, FlippinEck said:

Refuse to believe they got more than they paid for that klimala. 

Would not make any sense at all.

Why would a team go and pay £3.5m for a player who has absolutely flopped, ignoring the fact that you could go and buy Nesbit for half the money who is twice the player?

Is the team the cunt is going to anything to do with Man City? I know they have a cosy relationship with that mob, so the only thing I could think would make any form of sense is if it was some Man City money funding it.

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5 minutes ago, mitre_mouldmaster said:

Would not make any sense at all.

Why would a team go and pay £3.5m for a player who has absolutely flopped, ignoring the fact that you could go and buy Nesbit for half the money who is twice the player?

Is the team the cunt is going to anything to do with Man City? I know they have a cosy relationship with that mob, so the only thing I could think would make any form of sense is if it was some Man City money funding it.

Where does Man City come into it? They’re linked with New York City, not the Red Bulls team.

Having said, I’m not buying it. MLS teams have limited budgets within their ridiculously complex system as it is. I’m pretty sure they have to request the money from the league first and foremost, and have to give up ‘draft picks’ and special contract types if they want to spend significant money. I’ve got more respect than most for football in the States but fuck me it’s like FIFA Ultimate Team

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4 minutes ago, Essandoh said:

Where does Man City come into it? They’re linked with New York City, not the Red Bulls team.

Having said, I’m not buying it. MLS teams have limited budgets within their ridiculously complex system as it is. I’m pretty sure they have to request the money from the league first and foremost, and have to give up ‘draft picks’ and special contract types if they want to spend significant money. I’ve got more respect than most for football in the States but fuck me it’s like FIFA Ultimate Team

Knew Man city had a link with one of the teams, didn't know which one.

To be honest, just looking for any reason that could explain it, because the alternative is that it is obviously a lie.

Even if the cunt goes on to be the next Ronaldo, he has done nothing to excuse Celtic not making a loss on him.

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48 minutes ago, Essandoh said:

Where does Man City come into it? They’re linked with New York City, not the Red Bulls team.

Having said, I’m not buying it. MLS teams have limited budgets within their ridiculously complex system as it is. I’m pretty sure they have to request the money from the league first and foremost, and have to give up ‘draft picks’ and special contract types if they want to spend significant money. I’ve got more respect than most for football in the States but fuck me it’s like FIFA Ultimate Team

TBF NYRB have plenty funds, same owners as Salzburg and Leipzig. Could see him going there tbh, not for close to that money though. He performs well for them he gets a move to Salzburg then onto Leipzig, they often loan/transfer players to each of their clubs.

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21 minutes ago, stevemac said:

TBF NYRB have plenty funds, same owners as Salzburg and Leipzig. Could see him going there tbh, not for close to that money though. He performs well for them he gets a move to Salzburg then onto Leipzig, they often loan/transfer players to each of their clubs.

I don’t think it’s necessarily down to how backed the owners are though because it’s done through the league. It’s confusing as fuck. :lol: 

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18 minutes ago, Essandoh said:

I don’t think it’s necessarily down to how backed the owners are though because it’s done through the league. It’s confusing as fuck. :lol: 

yeah the MLS is weird as fuck

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3 hours ago, mitre_mouldmaster said:

Would not make any sense at all.

Why would a team go and pay £3.5m for a player who has absolutely flopped, ignoring the fact that you could go and buy Nesbit for half the money who is twice the player?

Is the team the cunt is going to anything to do with Man City? I know they have a cosy relationship with that mob, so the only thing I could think would make any form of sense is if it was some Man City money funding it.

Hmmm. Its all making sense now.  Man City owned by Saudis and the Saudis were connected to Bin Laden who was connected to the Taliban who are all sellik fans! 

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6 hours ago, Essandoh said:

Where does Man City come into it? They’re linked with New York City, not the Red Bulls team.

Having said, I’m not buying it. MLS teams have limited budgets within their ridiculously complex system as it is. I’m pretty sure they have to request the money from the league first and foremost, and have to give up ‘draft picks’ and special contract types if they want to spend significant money. I’ve got more respect than most for football in the States but fuck me it’s like FIFA Ultimate Team

It's much more complicated than that tbh. FWIW, guys I know over there are far from convinced by the fee - and one suggesting it is only a loan move just now.

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