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Narsingh 17:42 - Jan 11 with 2238 viewsandrew

Why is he still on the books? It’s been nearly 2 weeks.

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Narsingh on 18:41 - Jan 11 with 1510 viewsLeonWasGod

You must be new around here ;)

You’d think they’d have this one lined up and ready to go wouldn’t you? They’ve had long enough. But it’ll go to the wire and we’ll probably cave in and give him away or end up paying wages to send him on loan. Must be a difficult one to do though as he’s going to struggle to get anywhere near the money he doesn’t earn here.
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Narsingh on 18:43 - Jan 11 with 1504 viewsjasper_T

Narsingh on 18:41 - Jan 11 by LeonWasGod

You must be new around here ;)

You’d think they’d have this one lined up and ready to go wouldn’t you? They’ve had long enough. But it’ll go to the wire and we’ll probably cave in and give him away or end up paying wages to send him on loan. Must be a difficult one to do though as he’s going to struggle to get anywhere near the money he doesn’t earn here.


We had AEK lined up in the summer but Narsingh and his agent told us to do one unless we paid his contract up in full first.

Always the club's fault though, yeah.
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Narsingh on 19:01 - Jan 11 with 1457 viewsPegojack

Narsingh on 18:43 - Jan 11 by jasper_T

We had AEK lined up in the summer but Narsingh and his agent told us to do one unless we paid his contract up in full first.

Always the club's fault though, yeah.


Another hugh (Huw J, see what I did there?) waste of club resources.
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Narsingh on 19:12 - Jan 11 with 1433 viewsGaz_M

Because this is real life, not football manager.
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Narsingh on 19:28 - Jan 11 with 1387 viewsjack247

Because he’s on ridiculous wages for someone of his ability. He’ll earn more money sitting the season out then getting a big signing on fee somewhere as a free transfer,
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Narsingh on 19:43 - Jan 11 with 1346 viewsbuilthjack

Get him to clean the bogs

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Narsingh on 20:00 - Jan 11 with 1302 viewsKilkennyjack

Narsingh on 18:43 - Jan 11 by jasper_T

We had AEK lined up in the summer but Narsingh and his agent told us to do one unless we paid his contract up in full first.

Always the club's fault though, yeah.


Well sort of yes......

If you sign players on long contracts, then you need to be able to afford them.
You need to anticipate a potential relegation.

The way we have treated Narsingh, Nathan and Wayne this seasons brings shame on our great club.

The club offered these contracts, you cant blame the players for accepting the offers made.

They have been available to play, but we have played lesser players instead. Why ?

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Narsingh on 20:09 - Jan 11 with 1280 viewsGaz_M

Narsingh on 20:00 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Well sort of yes......

If you sign players on long contracts, then you need to be able to afford them.
You need to anticipate a potential relegation.

The way we have treated Narsingh, Nathan and Wayne this seasons brings shame on our great club.

The club offered these contracts, you cant blame the players for accepting the offers made.

They have been available to play, but we have played lesser players instead. Why ?


As above...

This is real life not FM.
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Narsingh on 20:15 - Jan 11 with 1263 viewsnantywatcher

Narsingh on 20:00 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Well sort of yes......

If you sign players on long contracts, then you need to be able to afford them.
You need to anticipate a potential relegation.

The way we have treated Narsingh, Nathan and Wayne this seasons brings shame on our great club.

The club offered these contracts, you cant blame the players for accepting the offers made.

They have been available to play, but we have played lesser players instead. Why ?


I don't think we've ever had a "lesser player" than Narsingh. There is no way I can see him commanding a fee, no matter how small.
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Narsingh on 20:31 - Jan 11 with 1228 viewsKilkennyjack

Narsingh on 20:15 - Jan 11 by nantywatcher

I don't think we've ever had a "lesser player" than Narsingh. There is no way I can see him commanding a fee, no matter how small.


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Narsingh on 20:31 - Jan 11 with 1228 viewsWingstandwood

Narsingh on 20:00 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Well sort of yes......

If you sign players on long contracts, then you need to be able to afford them.
You need to anticipate a potential relegation.

The way we have treated Narsingh, Nathan and Wayne this seasons brings shame on our great club.

The club offered these contracts, you cant blame the players for accepting the offers made.

They have been available to play, but we have played lesser players instead. Why ?


Why? Maybe the Swansea Sound commentators speculative thoughts were rational the other week?

He said that Swansea City has (even with relegation clauses) players on over inflated wages that no other club is prepared to pay. The club would like to offload but cannot and the theory is the only way is to go about things is to take a strategy to pressurise an unwanted player to quit the club...... i.e. forcing players out by not playing them because not being fully match fit, playing at the highest level possible, not being in the shop window might implicate a players income in the longer term.
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Narsingh on 20:35 - Jan 11 with 1210 viewsKilkennyjack

Narsingh on 20:31 - Jan 11 by Wingstandwood

Why? Maybe the Swansea Sound commentators speculative thoughts were rational the other week?

He said that Swansea City has (even with relegation clauses) players on over inflated wages that no other club is prepared to pay. The club would like to offload but cannot and the theory is the only way is to go about things is to take a strategy to pressurise an unwanted player to quit the club...... i.e. forcing players out by not playing them because not being fully match fit, playing at the highest level possible, not being in the shop window might implicate a players income in the longer term.


Yes and its bollox.

Huw and the club offered the fecking contracts.

Maybe play them ....so they impress and then sell them...?

Its our clubs fault.
No ifs and no buts ..,

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Narsingh on 20:39 - Jan 11 with 1198 viewsdobjack2

Narsingh on 18:43 - Jan 11 by jasper_T

We had AEK lined up in the summer but Narsingh and his agent told us to do one unless we paid his contract up in full first.

Always the club's fault though, yeah.


Yep it is the club’s fault.

For him to play this game the club must have agreed an over generous contract and any relegation clause had little to no effect.
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Narsingh on 20:42 - Jan 11 with 1191 viewsjasper_T

Narsingh on 20:31 - Jan 11 by Wingstandwood

Why? Maybe the Swansea Sound commentators speculative thoughts were rational the other week?

He said that Swansea City has (even with relegation clauses) players on over inflated wages that no other club is prepared to pay. The club would like to offload but cannot and the theory is the only way is to go about things is to take a strategy to pressurise an unwanted player to quit the club...... i.e. forcing players out by not playing them because not being fully match fit, playing at the highest level possible, not being in the shop window might implicate a players income in the longer term.


Or we can take Potter at his word and believe that he sees the best route forward for the club to be for the players that want to be here (and we can afford to keep for the foreseeable future) to play and develop. We spent money on Asoro and McKay, James has started games on merit.

Narsingh's used to not playing. He already asked to leave. He and his representatives are happy to let his contract run down and earn themselves a better signing bonus in the summer. He's not good enough to be in the first team. How do you pressurise that into leaving?
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Narsingh on 20:42 - Jan 11 with 1189 viewsWingstandwood

Narsingh on 20:35 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Yes and its bollox.

Huw and the club offered the fecking contracts.

Maybe play them ....so they impress and then sell them...?

Its our clubs fault.
No ifs and no buts ..,


It is indeed a bit of a chicken and egg (think its the right term?) paradoxical situation i.e. Forcing players out by not playing them but surely playing them puts them in the shop window and attracts other managers/scouts/clubs interest.
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Narsingh on 20:45 - Jan 11 with 1177 viewsjasper_T

Narsingh on 20:35 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Yes and its bollox.

Huw and the club offered the fecking contracts.

Maybe play them ....so they impress and then sell them...?

Its our clubs fault.
No ifs and no buts ..,


You want to drop capable players who want to play for Swansea City for some speculative shop window transfer nonsense?

What's Potter supposed to do while he's waiting for the club to sell all its deadwood? When is he supposed to start developing his squad?
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Narsingh on 21:52 - Jan 11 with 1071 viewsKilkennyjack

Narsingh on 20:45 - Jan 11 by jasper_T

You want to drop capable players who want to play for Swansea City for some speculative shop window transfer nonsense?

What's Potter supposed to do while he's waiting for the club to sell all its deadwood? When is he supposed to start developing his squad?


To be blunt, Potters job is to pick the best team available for Swansea.

Many do not think that the new recruits are better than Nathan, Wayne, and Narsingh.
Yes, I am one of them.

Surely you can see the short sightedness of treating players that we have signed like this ? Firstly it has totally failed to work, and secondly will new targets now avoid us as we treat long serving players as poorly as this.

Its not the way to treat people. Simples.

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Narsingh on 22:07 - Jan 11 with 1030 viewsjasper_T

Narsingh on 21:52 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

To be blunt, Potters job is to pick the best team available for Swansea.

Many do not think that the new recruits are better than Nathan, Wayne, and Narsingh.
Yes, I am one of them.

Surely you can see the short sightedness of treating players that we have signed like this ? Firstly it has totally failed to work, and secondly will new targets now avoid us as we treat long serving players as poorly as this.

Its not the way to treat people. Simples.


Potter's job is defined by the desires of its owners. If they want to see us move past the expensive older players and develop younger talent then that's what is job is.

If Narsingh wants preferential treatment he shouldn't have acted as he did in the summer, and since.

I imagine new signings will look at how we treat new signings before the players in their 30s that we signed 8-10 years ago. They can worry about that when deciding if they should extend their contracts.

Who would sign for us if we'd not given McKay and Asoro a chance after bringing them in?
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Narsingh on 22:24 - Jan 11 with 1009 viewsLeonWasGod

Narsingh on 18:43 - Jan 11 by jasper_T

We had AEK lined up in the summer but Narsingh and his agent told us to do one unless we paid his contract up in full first.

Always the club's fault though, yeah.


Which is why I said “Must be a difficult one to do though as he’s going to struggle to get anywhere near the money he doesn’t earn here.“

It’s not in his interest to move, if his motivation is money. Which seems the case.
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Narsingh on 23:03 - Jan 11 with 957 viewsKilkennyjack

Narsingh on 22:07 - Jan 11 by jasper_T

Potter's job is defined by the desires of its owners. If they want to see us move past the expensive older players and develop younger talent then that's what is job is.

If Narsingh wants preferential treatment he shouldn't have acted as he did in the summer, and since.

I imagine new signings will look at how we treat new signings before the players in their 30s that we signed 8-10 years ago. They can worry about that when deciding if they should extend their contracts.

Who would sign for us if we'd not given McKay and Asoro a chance after bringing them in?


The only new player who has grabbed a first team shirt is Celina.
The recruitment of the rest remains a big ?

I still think it speaks a lot about a club, in how it treats its long term employees. The treatment of Nathan and Wayne this season has been very poor.

And when the parachute cash runs out in 2 seasons time, then treating people with dignity and resoect might be all we have to offer.

And clearly it has not worked, which sort of proves the point.
Its a bollox way to run a business.

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Narsingh on 23:32 - Jan 11 with 921 viewsBadlands

Graham Potter has revealed that Swansea City's forgotten man Luciano Narsingh will play for the club's Under-23s next week as he bids to step up his return from injury.
The Dutchman is yet to feature for the first team under Potter this season and suffered a setback earlier on in the campaign when he suffered a hamstring injury.

Could be he'll play a role if no one buy him in January.
Probably very good at this level and if we are paying him it would be stupid not to play him - we've seen the difference Rutledge, Dyer and the improving Fer have made.

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Narsingh on 23:34 - Jan 11 with 915 viewsjasper_T

Narsingh on 23:32 - Jan 11 by Badlands

Graham Potter has revealed that Swansea City's forgotten man Luciano Narsingh will play for the club's Under-23s next week as he bids to step up his return from injury.
The Dutchman is yet to feature for the first team under Potter this season and suffered a setback earlier on in the campaign when he suffered a hamstring injury.

Could be he'll play a role if no one buy him in January.
Probably very good at this level and if we are paying him it would be stupid not to play him - we've seen the difference Rutledge, Dyer and the improving Fer have made.


And the u23s were just starting to show some improvement as well. Just what they need.

Hopefully Toshack has the guts to pull him off at half time if he plays like he did the last time he was given a run out.
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Narsingh on 23:40 - Jan 11 with 907 viewsThe2econdComing

Narsingh on 20:00 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Well sort of yes......

If you sign players on long contracts, then you need to be able to afford them.
You need to anticipate a potential relegation.

The way we have treated Narsingh, Nathan and Wayne this seasons brings shame on our great club.

The club offered these contracts, you cant blame the players for accepting the offers made.

They have been available to play, but we have played lesser players instead. Why ?


It's Saint Potter that's chosen not to play Routs and Dyer but you'd better be careful having a pop at him on here. His attack dogs Riscy & Taily will rip you to shreds.

You're all out of time....the past was yours but the future's mine.
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Narsingh on 23:44 - Jan 11 with 901 viewsThe2econdComing

Narsingh on 20:39 - Jan 11 by dobjack2

Yep it is the club’s fault.

For him to play this game the club must have agreed an over generous contract and any relegation clause had little to no effect.


Oh FFS

Who killed JFK?

It was the Club you all support.

vvankers

You're all out of time....the past was yours but the future's mine.
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Narsingh on 00:01 - Jan 12 with 877 viewsLoyal

Narsingh on 20:31 - Jan 11 by Kilkennyjack

Pawel
Amankwah
Duff
Gary Moore
Potter


I would have left Gary Moore out in the field.

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