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    Quote Originally Posted by badgerx16 View Post
    Underwhelming signing, but how much would it actually take for a goal scorer to be an improvement over Carillo & Long ?
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    2 goals. That's all we ask for.
    So far so good !

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    Apologies if already posted...

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...ticks-younger/

    "Gareth Southgate is to closely monitor Danny Ings over the next few weeks with a view to calling up the striker for the next England squad."

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    Quote Originally Posted by trousers View Post
    Apologies if already posted...

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...ticks-younger/

    "Gareth Southgate is to closely monitor Danny Ings over the next few weeks with a view to calling up the striker for the next England squad."
    Well... That worked nicely for Danny given this was his goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trousers View Post
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    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...ticks-younger/

    "Gareth Southgate is to closely monitor Danny Ings over the next few weeks with a view to calling up the striker for the next England squad."
    Good on him. He looks sharp and hungry, and he couldn't be any less effective than Rashford/Welbeck IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bexy View Post
    Good on him. He looks sharp and hungry, and he couldn't be any less effective than Rashford/Welbeck IMO.
    If he's fit & playing, I see no reason why he can't get involved.

    Welbeck (21 mins) & Lallana (3 mins) both called up after minimal Premier League minutes.

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    Better to pick regular scoring starters than bit part players. Rashford should be getting more game time at Utd so I more understand picking him, plus he's young and could be very important to England's future, but he shouldn't be picking someone like Wellbeck who consistently fails to get game time and is approaching 28 and is very unlikely to be getting better.

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    Somebody (hypochondriac or duckhunter or someone?) was going on the other day about all the people who said Ings wasn't good enough. I've really searched this thread and can only find people concerned about his fitness. His quality seems to have been widely agreed on. Good to see everyone in agreement about that. Hope things keep going well for him.

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    So far his goals have cost Saints $10M a piece. I wonder how many he needs before we start saying "bargain of the season"?

    edit: Yes I realize he is on loan right now and I'm not taking wages into consideration but just trying to quantify it somehow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norwaysaint View Post
    Somebody (hypochondriac or duckhunter or someone?) was going on the other day about all the people who said Ings wasn't good enough. I've really searched this thread and can only find people concerned about his fitness. His quality seems to have been widely agreed on. Good to see everyone in agreement about that. Hope things keep going well for him.
    It was me and the reactions were on the transfer window thread not this one.

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    Hughes says Ings hurt hamstring in warm-up.

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    If he was injured in the warm up, why on Godís earth was he starting? Absolutely ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LGTL View Post
    If he was injured in the warm up, why on God’s earth was he starting? Absolutely ridiculous.
    I’m in two minds about it because he set up Gabbiadini for the goal. Still, seems a little reckless.

    Hopefully it’s just a tweak and nothing more serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    The only guarantee in life : Death. Taxes and Austin n Ings picking up lots more injuries

    £20m is absolutely mental, you've also got his c£3.5m a year wages so an investment of £34-35m on a guy that's played just a few games in 3-4 years.
    Hoped I was wrong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Hoped I was wrong....
    Sure you've been getting PMs on the subject but do you have any news on Ings?

    Love your work pal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    Hoped I was wrong....
    Operation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LGTL View Post
    If he was injured in the warm up, why on God’s earth was he starting? Absolutely ridiculous.
    I stand by this. A quite pathetic decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Sure you've been getting PMs on the subject but do you have any news on Ings?

    Love your work pal.
    Phil n Grant blocking up the PMs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabbage_Face View Post
    Back Saturday
    What about Sunday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Le God View Post
    What about Sunday?
    No he'll be injured again by Sunday...horrible timing

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    I reckon he has an extra day to improve as we play the Arse on Sunday!

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    Not a chance he will be back as he was only going light running today and just easy ball
    drills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchards View Post
    Not a chance he will be back as he was only going light running today and just easy ball
    drills.
    More running than Austin then, should be fine.

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    Is the loan deal with Liverpool a 100% that we have to buy him at the end of the season arrangement?

    Pretty sure it is, but I don't suppose we put in any what if he's permanently crocked like he has been foe the last 3 years get out clause in it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericofarabia View Post
    Is the loan deal with Liverpool a 100% that we have to buy him at the end of the season arrangement?

    Pretty sure it is, but I don't suppose we put in any what if he's permanently crocked like he has been foe the last 3 years get out clause in it?
    Seemed like it at the time, though from memory the daily echo didnít mention it as a perm transfer.

    Would expect there to be clauses if he gets injured, possibly more of a first refusal than tied in to 100% buying him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Garrett View Post
    Seemed like it at the time, though from memory the daily echo didnít mention it as a perm transfer.

    Would expect there to be clauses if he gets injured, possibly more of a first refusal than tied in to 100% buying him.
    I've got a feeling that a total commitment to buy was a condition of getting him on loan. It was strange, but there were suggestions that cash flow didn't allow immediate purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Garrett View Post
    Seemed like it at the time, though from memory the daily echo didn’t mention it as a perm transfer.

    Would expect there to be clauses if he gets injured, possibly more of a first refusal than tied in to 100% buying him.
    I thought it was a loan leading to a guaranteed purchase, although you would hope that there was such get out clause built in but that would have been most likely built around his previous injury.
    Trouble is we basically "ran the engine with no oil in the sump", he picked up the current injury during a matchday warm up. Yet regardless of technically being someone elses property, instead of looking after it we pretty much abused it so you could pretty much apply "Nice to touch - Nice to hold - If you break it consider it Sold!".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shroppie View Post
    I've got a feeling that a total commitment to buy was a condition of getting him on loan. It was strange, but there were suggestions that cash flow didn't allow immediate purchase.

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    I thought the suggestion was that it was easier/quicker for the club to get a last minute loan deal over the line with the transfer window closing, rather than haggle over the staggered payments and various particulars required to get a permanent deal signed off for all parties.

    Either way, a non-negotiable commitment to make the transfer permanent at the end of the season, for a player with four major knee injuries under his belt who has barely played in two years, sounds like the kind of negligent swivel-eyed madness that is Les Reed's super power.

    We could be a Championship club, desperately trying to cut costs, while being forced to pay £20m on a player setting up residence in the treatment room.

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    He’s got a hamstring issue not a knee injury all plays suffer them let’s see what f he comes back before we judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwertyell View Post
    I thought the suggestion was that it was easier/quicker for the club to get a last minute loan deal over the line with the transfer window closing, rather than haggle over the staggered payments and various particulars required to get a permanent deal signed off for all parties.

    Either way, a non-negotiable commitment to make the transfer permanent at the end of the season, for a player with four major knee injuries under his belt who has barely played in two years, sounds like the kind of negligent swivel-eyed madness that is Les Reed's super power.

    We could be a Championship club, desperately trying to cut costs, while being forced to pay £20m on a player setting up residence in the treatment room.

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    Guys, are we still moaning about Danny ings? He's popped his knees more than the shamen have popped pills and still he came back and into a shyt side and scored goals. He's easily our sharpest forward. A hamstring injury isn't going to slow him down. Especially if hasenhuttl is all he's cracked up to be. Let's give the lad a break eh? Hee clearly loves the club let's not give him any sh it.

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    Is he back this weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefScummer View Post
    Guys, are we still moaning about Danny ings? He's popped his knees more than the shamen have popped pills and still he came back and into a shyt side and scored goals. He's easily our sharpest forward. A hamstring injury isn't going to slow him down. Especially if hasenhuttl is all he's cracked up to be. Let's give the lad a break eh? Hee clearly loves the club let's not give him any sh it.
    Yes, he is the best goal scorer we've got, even if he is going to miss a lot of games through injury. The reason we got our only proven goal scorers, Austin and Ings, was because they were injury-prone. If they hadn't been, we couldn't have afforded them and other clubs would have wanted them so they wouldn't have come here anyway. It means in both cases though, as we are already discovering with Austin, that their careers are not going to last as long as those of less injury-prone players

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic Saint View Post
    Yes, he is the best goal scorer we've got, even if he is going to miss a lot of games through injury. The reason we got our only proven goal scorers, Austin and Ings, was because they were injury-prone. If they hadn't been, we couldn't have afforded them and other clubs would have wanted them so they wouldn't have come here anyway. It means in both cases though, as we are already discovering with Austin, that their careers are not going to last as long as those of less injury-prone players
    Does remind you a little of the Knackered old Players last pay cheque destination that the Dell became - Thinking of Players like Barry Vennison possibly Kerry Dixon etc. all brought in under a bit of a fanfare...................kick the tyres and the rear view mirror fell off, start the engine and a puff blue smoke came out of the exhaust with a cough and a splutter.
    To be fair though Ings should never had started that game, with hindsight probably showed that MH was already under pressure behind the scenes that he decided to throw caution to the wind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    Does remind you a little of the Knackered old Players last pay cheque destination that the Dell became - Thinking of Players like Barry Vennison possibly Kerry Dixon etc. all brought in under a bit of a fanfare...................kick the tyres and the rear view mirror fell off, start the engine and a puff blue smoke came out of the exhaust with a cough and a splutter.
    To be fair though Ings should never had started that game, with hindsight probably showed that MH was already under pressure behind the scenes that he decided to throw caution to the wind.
    Not forgetting Charlie George. Once you hear the words 'knee problems' associated with a player, it never ends well. On balance, though, perhaps it is better to have them here scoring goals for a few games than some waste of space, who never scores, playing every week. The alternative is to have a scouting and recruitment team and/or manager good enough to spot up and coming players from lower leagues both here and abroad, like Lambert and Mane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Saints View Post
    Is he back this weekend?
    Adam Blackmore has just tweeted that Ings, Long and Cedric have all returned to full training and could be back in the squad for Sunday.

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    Good stuff, wouldn't mind seeing Long and Ings up top against Arsenal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Katalinic's 'tache View Post
    Adam Blackmore has just tweeted that Ings, Long and Cedric have all returned to full training and could be back in the squad for Sunday.
    Returned for fiull training this morning.
    no chance ready for Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pilchards View Post
    Returned for fiull training this morning.
    no chance ready for Sunday.
    Footballers play games with little training all the time, its hardly like Ings or Cedric have been out that long, a few weeks at most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tajjuk View Post
    Footballers play games with little training all the time, its hardly like Ings or Cedric have been out that long, a few weeks at most.
    Even if he stands still for 95% of the time, walks for 3% and jogs for 2% it’ll still be a vast improvement on Austin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic Saint View Post
    Not forgetting Charlie George. Once you hear the words 'knee problems' associated with a player, it never ends well. On balance, though, perhaps it is better to have them here scoring goals for a few games than some waste of space, who never scores, playing every week. The alternative is to have a scouting and recruitment team and/or manager good enough to spot up and coming players from lower leagues both here and abroad, like Lambert and Mane.
    Don’t forget David Hirst and Perry Groves..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic Saint View Post
    The reason we got our only proven goal scorers, Austin and Ings, was because they were injury-prone. If they hadn't been, we couldn't have afforded them and other clubs would have wanted them so they wouldn't have come here anyway.
    Not true. We could have afforded fitter proven goalscorersr But our owners and Les Reed chose not to spend.

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    Cough cough

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    He’s **** and injury crock and waste of money YEH RIGHT

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    That second header. Knew exactly what he was doing. Sign of a very good striker.


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    Class, fingers crossed that he is over the bad injuries.

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    Ings was outstanding today. Goals aside, his movement was causing problems. He makes a huge difference for us

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    He is a top class goal scorer. Ings and Redmond really caused problems for Arsenal today. Redmond obviously had to go off injured but I was surprised Ings was subbed because, although he took a knock too, he still looked full of running. But, Ralph knew what he was doing as Long and Austin came on and conjured up the winner. Every player just looked so much better than they've looked all season. Ings was good when he first arrived but today he looked even better than Arsenal's £60 million striker, Aubameyang.

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    Please Danny, stop sliding on your knees to celebrate when you score a goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Munster View Post
    Please Danny, stop sliding on your knees to celebrate when you score a goal.
    Lol, that's exactly what I thought..........

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