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 Post subject: Re: Are Argyle interested in Grimsby's Bogle?
PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 6:32 pm 
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Thought Forest were buying Carey. Or are they buying 2 £1m players?

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Rotherham place a bid for Bogle , around £350k

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Scored a brace for Grimsby against a brilliant Carlisle defence, definitely too good for league 2.


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Are Argyle interested in Grimsby's Bogle?
Well they bl**dy well should be!!
I'd be very confident of promotion with him on board and the £400k or whatever would be recouped pretty quickly. We need to show intent, unlike last season, and Bogle is quality.
Whether he would come here or fit in with DA's ethos is another thing, but we should enquire at least. Maybe we have?
I really don't get, or like, the fascination with loans. Let's get out of this division.

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It's not just the fee, it's the wages. Anyway, do you think Bogle would chose us over a Championship or L1 club? I think a reality check is in order for some.


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Rotherham have had a bid of 850k turned down by Grimsby according to Sky Sports so we can forget about him.

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Wigan? Jeez, set your sights high lad, why don't you. Pfftt.

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Reading today Omar bogle is transfer listed even though he only joined Wigan in January doesn't fit into Paul cooks style of play apparently valued at 800k worth a punt perhaps


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Pilgrimrob87 wrote:
Reading today Omar bogle is transfer listed even though he only joined Wigan in January doesn't fit into Paul cooks style of play apparently valued at 800k worth a punt perhaps

Perhaps Reading tomorrow?


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Pilgrimrob87 wrote:
Reading today Omar bogle is transfer listed even though he only joined Wigan in January doesn't fit into Paul cooks style of play apparently valued at 800k worth a punt perhaps

Perhaps Reading tomorrow?


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Pilgrimrob87 wrote:
Reading today Omar bogle is transfer listed even though he only joined Wigan in January doesn't fit into Paul cooks style of play apparently valued at 800k worth a punt perhaps

They can VALUE him whatever they want....but having been there for just a few months and being so quickly shown the door then it's a buyer's market I'm afraid, they have a commodity they can't pretend they value. No-one is going to bid anywhere near that.

Doesn't fit in to Wigan's style?, well he sure as hell fits into ours. He and Akinde showed exactly what we need in those back to back home games. Our defence, the best in L2, just couldn't live with their power and pace. Either of them would be the perfect final piece in our jigsaw, a definite statement of intent.

I would doubt even a bid at the cheeky end of the '£800k, you're 'avin' a laugh' scale would be in budget. But Bogle is every inch the number 9 we need. I am not the sort to call for marquee signings, if we can't afford it we can't afford it in my book. However if we have anything left from last season's windfalls and we can exploit a relative bargain from the weak bargaining position Wigan have saddled themselves with, then maybe it's worth pushing the boat out a bit. Someone like him, the perfect strong and quality fit for our system, could well be the difference between a consolidation season and a serious challenge for promotion season.

We'd get £800k back on a promotion....and as I say, we don't need to spend nearly that much to get him.

A rarity from me therefore, but unless DA doesn't see what I saw, I think he's one you could make a serious business case for signing outside our current policy.

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