What will happen with Pogba now?



  • @ocs123 said in What will happen with Pogba now?:

    @Dan-The-Man

    I can, the data is available for all to see on free to access websites!

    As I say, look it up!

    Look up your imagination?

    Yeah... no thanks.

    If the data is free and obvious... you should have no issues talking about it should you?

    Afterall... worst case scenario... we buy your players and your players price goes up. Did you learn the word dim, by people calling you it?



  • @Dan-The-Man

    Enjoy your evening.



  • I really don’t see why certain members feel the need to constantly be so negative about a player they don’t hold.

    There is just no need; those of us that do hold don’t post the opposite.

    How about the negative non-holders just give it a rest; once Pogba is fit and playing then let’s see where he fits in with the new structure.

    Of course if some numpty hold makes a silly post claiming he’ll hit £7 in the next week feel free to shoot them down, but when no one is telling people to buy buy buy there is no reason to keep telling people to do the opposite.

    And finally there is no reason for personal insults to be slung by anyone



  • As a lazy trader, I'm happy holding on to him now...MB just got bigger every day. He still wins MB now and then even when doing nothing on the pitch.

    Dips are due to football matters- position, form, possible move...all can change for the better in the future.



  • @Sav2000

    The question in the title was "What will happen to Pogba now"

    Followed by... "Do we think he will slowly rise now the MB has gone up 50%"

    If the forum worked the way you suggested... everyone in this thread would be saying "YES"... even if it's not true. We don't need echo chambers.



  • But the question about a slow rise is a sensible question; the instant anti posts are more excessive than with any similar post about any other player.

    If the post said Pogba is going to hit £7 tonight buy buy buy then clearly the type of reply given is truest deserved.

    I’m just saying the anti posts are very excessive and constant



  • @Sav2000

    I agree with you that the question was sensible... but if the question is sensible... then what's wrong with answering it honestly?



  • @Dan-The-Man are we saying pulisic is the way forward?



  • @Sam-L

    I am indeed.

    He's already getting disgruntled. Won't be long before the media fits start.



  • @Sav2000 Just people giving their opinions mate. I get if people hold they don't want to contemplate the reality that the train may grind to a halt. Whether we hold or not i doubt anyone wants to see others lose money or spread panic. But when there are several threads a week on Pogba and people are still not seeing his steady decline then you end up saying something as you want people to at least think about whether he is still a good hold or not.



  • Pogba's rose to the dizzy heights he did on the back of being managed by arguably the most controversial & outspoken manager the premier league has ever seen. Add to that they didn't particularly like one another & made that very obvious, then of course at that time he was media gold & was actually undervalued at his peak. With the dividend yield he produced at that time he should have been £3 or so more expensive than his nearest rival.

    But as a few have already pointed out, media kings don't last forever. Unless of course they're being written about due to their outstanding performances on the pitch week in week out. I can only think of Messi & Ronaldo who tick this box.

    Salah was media gold in his first season at Liverpool. Have his performances dropped since? Maybe a little but he's still performing very well, but that's now expected & its not BIG news anymore, like it was when he shocked the footballing world in his debut season.

    I'd argue that Pogba underperforming for Utd is now almost expected & NO longer BIG news. Add to that, that Ole isn't outspoken or controversial. Then where do Pogba's future MB wins come from?

    Injuries
    Returning from injury
    Good performances
    Transfer spec

    With the exception of transfer spec I don't see how he will regularly win MB from the other 3 categories listed above. The problem there is that when the the transfer spec MB divs come rolling in, other traders will be selling for fear of the move actually materialising. So what you win in divs you lose in capital appreciation.

    Now this is the perspective of someone who has never owned Pogba. It's a completely impartial view from a trader that probably over thinks every trade 🤣



  • @Sam-L said in What will happen with Pogba now?:

    @Dan-The-Man are we saying pulisic is the way forward?

    Don’t forget the time he recommended that we all invest in Jordan Henderson instead of Neymar, because of the superior dividend potential. What wonderful advice that was!

    Now Rooney is a better dividend prospect that Pogba!

    ah ha ha ha ha



  • @ocs123

    And if after the World Cup, that post was wrong, I'll be the first to hold my hands up.

    My record on Pogba has been pretty spot on so far.

    • Sold him the day of his peak,
    • Predicted the massive drop he's had and is still having.
    • Recommended to buy him back short term on 2 occasions, which were both followed by spikes during the periods I said

    As for Rooney, I'm already 25% up on him, so clearly I'm not the only one who thinks he'll win MB, during his high profile transfer back to England and his weekly press conference.



  • Paul Pogba is a media darling and is desperate for a move away from United plus he’s currently injured, can anyone not see him moving back to 7 quid before Xmas and the transfer window?
    Pb unlikely
    Media 💰💰💰



  • @Bezz82 a drift into mediocrity, quality player who doesnt have the determination we thought. It was ust the juve team carried him defensively



  • I don't hold as he's way too expensive for me but wait till he starts winning media day in,day out. Media has benefited the most imo.



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  • @Dan-The-Man said in What will happen with Pogba now?:

    @ocs123

    And if after the World Cup, that post was wrong, I'll be the first to hold my hands up.

    My record on Pogba has been pretty spot on so far.

    • Sold him the day of his peak,
    • Predicted the massive drop he's had and is still having.
    • Recommended to buy him back short term on 2 occasions, which were both followed by spikes during the periods I said

    As for Rooney, I'm already 25% up on him, so clearly I'm not the only one who thinks he'll win MB, during his high profile transfer back to England and his weekly press conference.

    Do you have a spare bedroom for your EGO at your house??



  • @Nikitz71

    Not yet but the amount of times I'm right on here it won't be too long before I can afford to build one big enough.



  • @Dan-The-Man said in What will happen with Pogba now?:

    @Sam-L

    I am indeed.

    He's already getting disgruntled. Won't be long before the media fits start.

    The only reason he is anywhere near £2 is because he is playing(or keeping the bench warm) for one of the big clubs in England, if as you say he does start generating news items about him moving on, it probably because he will be heading abroad again or to a non descript club in the mid to lower end of the Prem, so on the off chance that he might win 1 or 2 media days from this i suspect that will be more outweighed by the losses he makes in capital depreciation.

    I predict he will be below £1:70 by xmas

    Best Regards

    The Ferret


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