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Author Topic: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)  (Read 391221 times)

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3780 on: July 13, 2024, 01:10:01 PM »
I'm not sure we should be taking the Diaby exit seriously. It's a Tweet from a random Italian journalist.
You may well be right! I'm getting a little ahead of myself, with the Onana news on the back of the Philogene Redemption Tour.

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3781 on: July 13, 2024, 01:52:58 PM »
Iím assuming Duran will be off as soon as Copa America is done so hopefully Archer will at least get some minutes in pre-season.

Shame last season didnít work out for him and has stalled his career a little - he was in high demand this time last year and a move to a newly promoted side looked perfect on paper. Unfortunate they turned out to be utterly atrocious. 

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3782 on: July 13, 2024, 03:03:08 PM »
Give him quality service and Archer will score goals aplenty .

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3783 on: July 13, 2024, 03:04:44 PM »
He will be sold again.

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3784 on: July 13, 2024, 04:02:56 PM »
Off to Boro

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3785 on: July 13, 2024, 09:45:14 PM »
Is that a guess or based on an existing rumour?

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3786 on: July 13, 2024, 10:02:17 PM »

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3788 on: July 13, 2024, 10:10:43 PM »
Think the time and date on his router is out.

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3789 on: July 13, 2024, 10:23:55 PM »
Is that a guess or based on an existing rumour?
Look at the poster name to validate . enough said.

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3790 on: July 14, 2024, 09:11:18 AM »
We sold him to them with a buy-back clause if they got relegated. They got relegated so we bought him back.
Yeah, I remember that, I meant more the numbers involved. I assume we've just paid them what they paid us.
Sold for £18m and brought back in for £13m, if the numbers I've seen are correct. Effectively, a £5m loan to SheffU for the season, but with the chance to reset his amortisation period. I hope we keep him (especially if Diaby is off).
Jacob Tanswell at the Athletic reckons we sold him for £18m, of which £9m was paid up front, and that relegation allowed them to send him back without having to pay the other £9m.

The other figure doing the rounds on twitter is that we sold for £18m and bought him back for £7m. Those figures are from a less credible source as Tanswell, who writes very well on tactics but Iíve no idea how ITK he is. Nonetheless, he doesnít seem likely to make stuff up.

Cam may be sold, but the fees and wages involved are nowhere near enough to make him a ĎPSR problemí.
« Last Edit: July 14, 2024, 10:25:15 AM by Percy McCarthy »

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3791 on: July 14, 2024, 09:13:11 AM »
Give him quality service and Archer will score goals aplenty .

Who for?

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3792 on: July 14, 2024, 11:46:15 AM »
We sold him to them with a buy-back clause if they got relegated. They got relegated so we bought him back.
Yeah, I remember that, I meant more the numbers involved. I assume we've just paid them what they paid us.
Sold for £18m and brought back in for £13m, if the numbers I've seen are correct. Effectively, a £5m loan to SheffU for the season, but with the chance to reset his amortisation period. I hope we keep him (especially if Diaby is off).
Jacob Tanswell at the Athletic reckons we sold him for £18m, of which £9m was paid up front, and that relegation allowed them to send him back without having to pay the other £9m.

The other figure doing the rounds on twitter is that we sold for £18m and bought him back for £7m. Those figures are from a less credible source as Tanswell, who writes very well on tactics but Iíve no idea how ITK he is. Nonetheless, he doesnít seem likely to make stuff up.

Cam may be sold, but the fees and wages involved are nowhere near enough to make him a ĎPSR problemí.

It also depends how that deal was structured.  If it was £9m plus another £9m IF they stayed up, I don't believe we could have booked £18m "profit" for PSR purposes anyway, in which case he's come back for "free" and has zero amortised cost on our books (like any other youth player).  Or the deal was £18m, but we had to buy him back for £9m IF they got relegated.  They would have pushed for the former, we would have pushed for the latter, obviously.

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3793 on: July 14, 2024, 11:56:39 AM »
Is that a guess or based on an existing rumour?
Classic heard it of a bloke who I thought had read it somewhere, shouldnít of bothered posting. I donít normally tbf, moment of weakness.

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Re: Cameron Archer (back with Aston Villa)
« Reply #3794 on: July 14, 2024, 11:57:07 AM »
Is that a guess or based on an existing rumour?
Look at the poster name to validate . enough said.
Do one please

 


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