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Some interesting comments from Crosspool about our losses on player trades (and the wages linked to those trades) in the thread on Pato's latest injury problem, put up the day after this thread. I have joined in that debate with him there. Thus far, I think we have agreed that we've made some poor trades in the post-Cotts era. It would be interesting to do a tally of the separate records of Coyle, Laws and Howe thus far. My instinct is that Coyle would come out looking a very, very poor businessman. Laws would come out looking okay apart from the Cort disaster, made under almost impossible circumstances, but when he also brought in Cork and Fox. Howe would come out looking shrewd thus far. Maybe this should be the topic of a separate article? As I said earlier in this thread, the new article I am writing about whether or not we came down stronger is making me re-evaluate a number of my opinions when I look at the detail.

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Date/Time: 09/08/2011 11:00:00


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