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« on: September 01, 2018, 22:18:01 pm »

Hi Guys

Could use this platform to send my regards to one Mr Gould

Absolute gentleman and a fantastic servant of the club

All the very best in your semi retirement
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« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2018, 09:48:28 am »

Yes indeed a very good man who has given alot to football over the years. all the very best Trevor.
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« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2018, 10:26:29 am »

I remember him arriving as a player, he was a classy player. I saw his recent interview yesterday where Gareth talks to him about his time at the NTFC Academy, it’s a pleasure to watch and see the pride in his time spent with our club and his achievements so obviously shining through.
Thank you Trevor, you’re a proper quality act sir.
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« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2018, 12:21:56 pm »

Interesting to note that Fraser Hornby, one time NTFC academy player before he was swiped away from us by Everton, scored two goals in a match winning performance for Scotland U21s last night.
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« Reply #4 on: September 12, 2018, 12:24:19 pm »

In fact, that's now 5 In 2 games for him in that format.

I hope we had incentive clauses in place?!
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« Reply #5 on: September 12, 2018, 12:26:20 pm »

......and a hat trick previously.

Nowadays the system allows the Premiership to **** EFL clubs of their best youth players with poor compensation.
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« Reply #6 on: September 12, 2018, 14:26:46 pm »

The 15-year-old midfielder will cost Everton an initial £65,500 fee, which could rise to £1.3million depending on how many first-team games he plays for the Premier League side.

Transfer Window Review: Everton

Cobblers’ Academy boss Trevor Gould said they had “mixed feelings” about the player’s move.

“He is going to a fantastic club with a proud record of producing young players,” he told the BBC.

“Not only are we producing players for our own first team, we are producing players who are attracting the interest of Premier League clubs and that is a massive endorsement of our work,” added Gould.

“Seeing any local player have the opportunity to develop at a Premier League club is exciting and we wish Fraser every success.

“We always want to keep our best players, but under the EPPP if a player is wanted by a Premier League club then it is just about impossible for us to resist, given the processes set out as part of the EPPP.”

The EPPP was voted in by English clubs in 2011 to replace the old system and allows clubs to buy young players from lower leagues for a set fee, rather than going through the rigmarole of a tribunal.

Everton will pay Northampton £150,000 for every ten games Hornby plays in up to the 60-game-mark. After that, they will pay £100,000 for every 10 appearances up to 100, at which point they will no longer owe money for the 15-year-old.


Read more at https://www.squawka.com/en/news/everton-sign-northampton-town-starlet-fraser-hornby/175139#RsrIzXLjBK1rep6Z.99
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« Reply #7 on: September 14, 2018, 10:31:47 am »


 GOOD LUCK AND ALL THE BEST TO YOU.SIR.
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« Reply #8 on: September 14, 2018, 22:39:11 pm »

The 15-year-old midfielder will cost Everton an initial £65,500 fee, which could rise to £1.3million depending on how many first-team games he plays for the Premier League side.

Transfer Window Review: Everton

Cobblers’ Academy boss Trevor Gould said they had “mixed feelings” about the player’s move.

“He is going to a fantastic club with a proud record of producing young players,” he told the BBC.

“Not only are we producing players for our own first team, we are producing players who are attracting the interest of Premier League clubs and that is a massive endorsement of our work,” added Gould.

“Seeing any local player have the opportunity to develop at a Premier League club is exciting and we wish Fraser every success.

“We always want to keep our best players, but under the EPPP if a player is wanted by a Premier League club then it is just about impossible for us to resist, given the processes set out as part of the EPPP.”

The EPPP was voted in by English clubs in 2011 to replace the old system and allows clubs to buy young players from lower leagues for a set fee, rather than going through the rigmarole of a tribunal.

Everton will pay Northampton £150,000 for every ten games Hornby plays in up to the 60-game-mark. After that, they will pay £100,000 for every 10 appearances up to 100, at which point they will no longer owe money for the 15-year-old.


Read more at https://www.squawka.com/en/news/everton-sign-northampton-town-starlet-fraser-hornby/175139#RsrIzXLjBK1rep6Z.99

Thanks for the info Belt Up seems a decent arrangement based on 1st team appearances. What do you think Boots
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