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 Post subject: Re: Joe Mason available for loan (gone for a Burton)
PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 1:49 pm 
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Yeah nothing wrong with Burton!

The Yellow Army will let him know they love him.

Thirty three of them turned up in Cardiff last night which was better than the 26 than turned up at Home Park a few seasons ago.

I'm sure Joe will love it there.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 3:35 pm 
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Wouldn't have suited our system anyway.


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I think it confirms Argyle could have afforded him as I see Burton's gates in The Championship are no greater than Argyles, But I agree that Argyle's current playing tactics would probably preclude Joe M being as effective as he was at Cardiff. I have not seen him playing for Wolves.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 5:54 pm 
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Mason has no physical presence. His outstanding trait is that clever movement but without the clinical scoring record.

He wouldn't have held the ball up and been able to occupy a back four by himself, which is what DA requires of his frontmen. Jervis struggles to do it and he's 6' 3".

Mason to Argyle was never a good move for either party in my opinion. Maybe Burton's tactics will get the best out of him.


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Quintrell_Green wrote:
I think it confirms Argyle could have afforded him as I see Burton's gates in The Championship are no greater than Argyles, But I agree that Argyle's current playing tactics would probably preclude Joe M being as effective as he was at Cardiff. I have not seen him playing for Wolves.


Gates no, but I'll bet their budget is considerably larger than ours


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Quintrell_Green wrote:
I think it confirms Argyle could have afforded him as I see Burton's gates in The Championship are no greater than Argyles, But I agree that Argyle's current playing tactics would probably preclude Joe M being as effective as he was at Cardiff. I have not seen him playing for Wolves.


Since when does a bigger attendance mean a bigger budget? :oops:


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Quintrell_Green wrote:
I think it confirms Argyle could have afforded him as I see Burton's gates in The Championship are no greater than Argyles, But I agree that Argyle's current playing tactics would probably preclude Joe M being as effective as he was at Cardiff. I have not seen him playing for Wolves.


Since when does a bigger attendance mean a bigger budget? :oops:

These days often it doesn't. Look at Billericay FC

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i think teams in the second tier receive much more tv money than we do,hence rotherham who were virtually relegated when they signed ben from us could afford the extravagance .

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Teams in the Championship receive basic £2M tv money and £4M solidarity payment from the Premier League. They then get extra if they are on Sky .


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pafcdje wrote:
Teams in the Championship receive basic £2M tv money and £4M solidarity payment from the Premier League. They then get extra if they are on Sky .

thanks for pointing out the figures.i thought they were decent.imagine what derek could do with 6 million quid.

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Surely it's far better for his career prospects if he has a good season in the Championship rather than League 1, with my objective head on it seems like a good decision.

With my Argyle head on it's a shame but I agree with the point raised above that he's just not the kind of player that Adams seems to like. He'd be another Goodwillie, from a playing point of view anyway!


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