I always fancied buying a house in the South of France. Have to win the lottery I suppose.
Glad he has done well for you. He is not popular here but I think it was always harsh, he looked decent when he played, he was just a waste of money for us so not looked at favourably.Hey
I am a supporter of the Stade Malherbe de Caen (and of Joe Strummer too, you guessed it) where Da Costa was on loan this season. A small ambitious league 2 club, we strongly hope that we can keep Da Costa with us next season, he made a great job, although he is under contract and his salary is complicated to assume given our salary grid. Would be nice if possible to find some deal, I think he enjoyed playing with us, and he looks like what we need to see further.
No questions specifically, just the opportunity for me to wish you the best for the coming season. Good to see NFU and Brice Samba in PL.
sorry for my english if not perfect
it was the ill fated January window under lamouchi and it’s unclear to me if Sabri asked for those players or were given them.The Da Costa signing was an odd one - can't understand why be bought a striker of his type to then play on the wing? It's a blur now but did we switch managers somewhere, or is it that whoever was in charge didn't fancy him and he was bought in by whoever was pulling the strings then? He really had no chance with us.
He probably did want them. Whether there were higher priority players he wanted but didn't get for some reason is another point.Mon Francais cest mauvais, poutant Da Costa
it was the ill fated January window under lamouchi and it’s unclear to me if Sabri asked for those players or were given them.
Apparently Sabri wanted diakhaby so you never know.
Exactly it’s not his fault in fact I thought it was admirable showing that level of commitment just a shame he was a naff footballer.It always makes me laugh when people have a go at him for scoring that own goal against Stoke.
He was our striker and was the furthest player tracking back as quick as he could to try and stop them scoring which would end the season. If anything that is more a reflection of everybody else that day.
The problem is both Da Costa and Arter have existing contracts with forest, at weekly wages far ahead of what Caen could ever offer.Slowly but surely we're ridding the club of the pre-Dane shite. If Caen want him they can have him, for free if it was up to me.
Whilst they're at it they don't fancy a former Premier league and international midfield general called Arter do they, along with these magic beans I'm selling?