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« Reply #220 on: April 16, 2021, 13:18:43 pm »

The becoming all too common, worthless rhetoric from Jon Brady, regarding tonight's derby.
His rhetoric rarely matches the on field activities...worrying!
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« Reply #221 on: April 16, 2021, 13:44:03 pm »

So if those quoted figures are correct and you remove Racic and Nuttall we have the fourth lowest budget.
But I dare say other clubs will have simialr anomalies?
Three Fleetwood players supposedly earning 15k+. Obscene.

Arenít we still paying Nuttallís wages for the rest of the season despite him being sent back?
Iím not convinced about the figures from that site especially as has been mentioned the loan fees which would be partly funded by parents clubs.
I do find it interesting that on that site our budget isnít in the bottom 4 and itís only after the two players wages you mention are taken out it is, you caveat that by saying other clubs would have similar anomalies meaning if similar corrections were made it wouldnít stay in the bottom 4 yet there are other posters now using this 4th bottom statistic as if itís fact!.
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« Reply #222 on: April 16, 2021, 14:09:04 pm »

The salary page has Vadaine Oliver on £1500 , so what did we offer him ? Remember he could commute from Sheffield to Northampton which is got to be worth a few hundred a week.
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« Reply #223 on: April 16, 2021, 14:13:47 pm »

The becoming all too common, worthless rhetoric from Jon Brady, regarding tonight's derby.
His rhetoric rarely matches the on field activities...worrying!
So , you want him to say :
ď we have players that are mid division 2 standard , our forwards canít finish a sentence , the keeper is a liability but the lads are trying as hard as they can . Letís hope we win a corner and score a goal with a gust of wind ď
Because thatís the truth and everyone knows it
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« Reply #224 on: April 16, 2021, 14:17:07 pm »

The salary page has Vadaine Oliver on £1500 , so what did we offer him ? Remember he could commute from Sheffield to Northampton which is got to be worth a few hundred a week.

But then we got Danny Rose on £2400* and paid a transfer fee.

*Based on the same salary page which Iím not convinced on itís accuracy.
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« Reply #225 on: April 16, 2021, 14:17:46 pm »

So , you want him to say :
ď we have players that are mid division 2 standard , our forwards canít finish a sentence , the keeper is a liability but the lads are trying as hard as they can . Letís hope we win a corner and score a goal with a gust of wind ď
Because thatís the truth and everyone knows it
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« Reply #226 on: April 16, 2021, 14:24:41 pm »

The salary page has Vadaine Oliver on £1500 , so what did we offer him ? Remember he could commute from Sheffield to Northampton which is got to be worth a few hundred a week.

Used the Wayback Machine from 2020. According to that Oliver was on £500 a week. I just can't see anyone commuting to work for that sort of money.

Active Squad:
Player Name   Weekly Wage   Yearly Salary   Age   Position   Nationality
Andrew Williams   £3,500   £182,000   32   ST   England
Chris Lines   £3,400   £176,800   33   M C   England
Jordan Turnbull   £3,100   £161,200   24   D C, DM   England
Lloyd Jones   £3,000   £156,000   23   D C   England
Mark Marshall   £2,900   £150,800   33   AM RL   Jamaica
Alan McCormack   £2,500   £130,000   35   D R, DM   Ireland
Joe Martin   £2,100   £109,200   30   D L   England
Nicky Adams   £1,900   £98,800   32   WB/AM R   Wales
Ryan Watson   £1,700   £88,400   25   AM C   England
Sam Hoskins   £1,600   £83,200   26   AM R, ST   England
Scott Wharton   £1,600   £83,200   21   D LC   England
Charlie Goode   £1,400   £72,800   23   D C   England
Harry Smith   £1,200   £62,400   24   ST   England
James Olayinka   £1,100   £57,200   18   M C   England
Matty Warburton   £900   £46,800   27   AM RC, F C   England
Michael Harriman   £900   £46,800   26   D RL   Ireland
David Cornell   £870   £45,240   28   GK   Wales
Paul Anderson   £800   £41,600   30   M R   England
Reece Hall-Johnson   £700   £36,400   24   D RC   England
Shaun McWilliams   £620   £32,240   20   M C   England
Steve Arnold   £600   £31,200   29   GK   England
Callum Morton   £580   £30,160   19   AM L, ST   England
Vadaine Oliver   £500   £26,000   27   ST   England
Morgan Roberts   £480   £24,960   18   AM RLC, F C   England
Camron McWilliams   £430   £22,360   18   D/WB/M R   England
Sean Whaler   £420   £21,840   18   D/AM R   England
Bradley Lashley   £390   £20,280   18   GK   England
Jack Newell   £310   £16,120   18   M C   England
Jay Williams   £310   £16,120   18   D C   England
Scott Pollock   £270   £14,040   18   AM RC   England
Ryan Hughes   £230   £11,960   18   D LC   England
Caleb Chukwuemeka   £120   £6,240   16   AM R, ST   England
Dylan Berry   £120   £6,240   16   GK   England
Ethan Johnston   £120   £6,240   17   ST   England
Ewan Clark   £120   £6,240   16   M C   England
Haydn Price   £120   £6,240   17   M C   England
Jacob Ballinger   £120   £6,240   17   D/WB/M L   England
Jordan Fowler   £120   £6,240   17   D RC   England
Josh Flanagan   £120   £6,240   16   D C   England
Lewis Gilbert   £120   £6,240   16   ST   England
Lewis Patching   £120   £6,240   17   GK   England
Liam Cross   £120   £6,240   16   M C   England
Max Dyche   £120   £6,240   16   D C   England
Richie Bailey   £120   £6,240   16   D R   England
Ryan Smith   £120   £6,240   17   D/WB L, M LC   England
Tom Scott   £120   £6,240   16   AM C   England
Urijah Gordon-Douglas   £120   £6,240   17   ST   England
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« Reply #227 on: April 16, 2021, 15:31:02 pm »

Used the Wayback Machine from 2020. According to that Oliver was on £500 a week. I just can't see anyone commuting for work for that sort of money.

Well he was playing for us and living in Sheffield last season, maybe he travelled with KC ?
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« Reply #228 on: April 16, 2021, 15:43:57 pm »

They paid his travel.
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« Reply #229 on: April 16, 2021, 15:58:47 pm »

Arenít we still paying Nuttallís wages for the rest of the season despite him being sent back?
Iím not convinced about the figures from that site especially as has been mentioned the loan fees which would be partly funded by parents clubs.
I do find it interesting that on that site our budget isnít in the bottom 4 and itís only after the two players wages you mention are taken out it is, you caveat that by saying other clubs would have similar anomalies meaning if similar corrections were made it wouldnít stay in the bottom 4 yet there are other posters now using this 4th bottom statistic as if itís fact!.
I think what is fact is that we have one if not the worst squad in the League, now if we had a bigger budget why wouldnít you buy better players?
Couple the poor squad with the injuries and we will finish bottom, wait and see.
A mid table budget would have seen us stay up.
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« Reply #230 on: April 16, 2021, 16:27:26 pm »

I think what is fact is that we have one if not the worst squad in the League, now if we had a bigger budget why wouldnít you buy better players?
Couple the poor squad with the injuries and we will finish bottom, wait and see.
A mid table budget would have seen us stay up.

Why arent we bottom now?
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« Reply #231 on: April 16, 2021, 16:34:02 pm »

I think what is fact is that we have one if not the worst squad in the League, now if we had a bigger budget why wouldnít you buy better players?
Couple the poor squad with the injuries and we will finish bottom, wait and see.
A mid table budget would have seen us stay up.

I fully agree about the standard of players this year, but even with the Chinese money a decent budget last time we got relegated, so there is no guarantee that would not have happened this season too. This year Accrington have proved being probably the smallest team and with no wealthy benefactor that it is still possible to recruit well and get a decent league position.
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« Reply #232 on: April 16, 2021, 16:54:17 pm »

So , you want him to say :
ď we have players that are mid division 2 standard , our forwards canít finish a sentence , the keeper is a liability but the lads are trying as hard as they can . Letís hope we win a corner and score a goal with a gust of wind ď
Because thatís the truth and everyone knows it
No, I'd like a bit more from the training, tactics and passion on the field to mirror the rhetoric!
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« Reply #233 on: April 16, 2021, 17:01:35 pm »

I think what is fact is that we have one if not the worst squad in the League, now if we had a bigger budget why wouldnít you buy better players?
Couple the poor squad with the injuries and we will finish bottom, wait and see.
A mid table budget would have seen us stay up.

Not necessarily, we were worse the season we had that 'Chinese money' and spunked it on stupid wages for the likes of Ash Taylor and van Veen.

Budget is obviously a big factor, but scouting and recruitment are more important to get the most out of it. It's why smaller clubs than us are able to consistently over compete.
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« Reply #234 on: April 16, 2021, 17:24:52 pm »

I sincerely hope that the squad selected do not have the mindset of some on here Roll Eyes As long as we perform creditably that is ok with me! It has come to the point were the allegiance of some on here appears very doubtful at best.
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« Reply #235 on: April 16, 2021, 18:30:55 pm »

I sincerely hope that the squad selected do not have the mindset of some on here Roll Eyes As long as we perform creditably that is ok with me! It has come to the point were the allegiance of some on here appears very doubtful at best.

The problem is though, we haven't performed creditably on a fair few occasions this season, that's why we are where we are.
I think the allegiance of most on here isn't in doubt nor do most have an anti club agenda!! Most of us are just realistic and can see that there are major problems, not just on the pitch. I think we could be embarrassed tonight. I hope you can come on here later and ram my words down my throat, I really do.
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« Reply #236 on: April 16, 2021, 18:52:42 pm »

The problem is though, we haven't performed creditably on a fair few occasions this season, that's why we are where we are.
I think the allegiance of most on here isn't in doubt nor do most have an anti club agenda!! Most of us are just realistic and can see that there are major problems, not just on the pitch. I think we could be embarrassed tonight. I hope you can come on here later and ram my words down my throat, I really do.

The problem has been and always will be, No ambition, we yo yo between the bottom two divisions because every time we go up, we try and survive with journeymen and loanees.

When was the last time we had a 20 goal a season strikers or even two that hit double figures, i stand back ready to be enlightened
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« Reply #237 on: April 16, 2021, 19:05:30 pm »

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« Reply #238 on: April 16, 2021, 19:10:18 pm »

The problem has been and always will be, No ambition, we yo yo between the bottom two divisions because every time we go up, we try and survive with journeymen and loanees.

When was the last time we had a 20 goal a season strikers or even two that hit double figures, i stand back ready to be enlightened

Despite the fact that numerous managers and even our current Chairman have said we wouldn't go down this route again.....

goalscorerwise....(league goals only)

2020/21   Watson 7, Hoskins 5
2019/20   Hoskins 8, Williams 8
2018/19   Williams 12, Van Veen 7
2017/18   Long 9, Ash Taylor 6, O'Toole 6
2016/17   Richards 10, O'Toole 10
2015/16   Richards 15, O'Toole 12
2014/15   Richards 18, Toney 8
2013/14   Carter 5, Norris 4
2012/13   Akinfenwa 16, Nicholls 7, Langmead 7
2011/12   Akinfenwa 18, Jacobs 6, Berahino 6
2010/11   McKenzie 10, Holt 7
2009/10   Akinfenwa 17, Gilligan 8, McKay 8
2008/09   Akinfenwa 13, Jackman 8
2007/08   Hubertz 13, Kirk 8
2006/07   McGleish 12, Kirk 7
2005/06   McGleish 17, Kirk 8
2004/05   McGleish 13, Smith 10
2003/04   Smith 11, Richards 9
2002/03   Gabbiadini 12, Stamp 4, Asamoah 4
2001/02   Forrester 17, Hope 6
2000/01   Forrester 17, Savage 8, Howard 8
1999/00   Corazzin 14, Howard 10
1998/99   Corazzin 16, Howey 6
1997/98   Seal 12, Freestone 11
1996/97   Grayson 12, Cooper 10

Thats as far as Soccerbase goes!

Prior to that Bobby Barnes scored 20 in all competitions in 1989/90, and the season before that Tony Adcock scored 20 in all competitions too..... the last Cobblers player to score 20 league goals in a season would therefore be Richard Hill in 1986/87

The last Cobblers player to score 20 goals in a season in all competitions was Scott McGleish in 2005/06 (24 total, 17 of them in the league), and he is the only "20 goal a season striker" we have had in the last THIRTY YEARS
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« Reply #239 on: April 16, 2021, 19:14:11 pm »

Ok its so easy then we need to sign Jamie, Bayo and Scott for next season and we may score a few
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