I don't think Moura will get a look in.
Probably going to be collateral damage & get sold in Jose's reshuffle.
@janner73 Naingollan for me was always to cheap as he's a class act who's played at the very highest level and is more than capable of performing like he did in last game for the majority of the season but I get where you're coming from.
I'm more and more convinced though that holding more shares in cheaper players is the way forward for me, however like you said exiting is the key especially at the lower end as they may never rise again.
I still don't understand traders holding so few shares in premium players though as the rewards are just not there, not for me anyway.
@Pagey74 you have just hit the nail on the head my friend....
You have had an awakening & seen the light. 👍
I personally can afford to do both strategies but have settled a long time ago on your new way of thinking.
For 80% on the platform with lower portfolios - buying lower value in bulk is definitely the way to go.
@Ericali maybe son and lucas are good buys now... As mourinho will convert them to fullbacks in his back 8. Might get reclassified
I think Spurs as a whole will be less attractive from a PB perspective under Mourinho.
Think functional, rather than flair will be the order of the day.
@Ericali Please don’t try and bring Parrott down - he’s my second largest hold! Still see there being plenty of opportunity for him soon if Ireland qualify for the Euros and if Tottenham don’t play him soon then he’s going to be linked to teams like Dortmund.
I'm not trying to bring him down - I've been buying youth while they are low.
But youth doesn't necessarily get the best chance under Mourinho does it? 🤔
Wherever Mourinho went, youth would have probably suffered from an index perspective - if it's Spurs (and it looks very likely) then Parrott is one of the top contenders to lose out.
I see value in David Silva for dividends at 72p - still a little maestro who pulls the strings in midfield & capable of winning the full 16p on a good day.
For entirely different reasons Sam Surridge, on loan at Swansea from Bournemouth. This one's more about capital appreciation - he's only 21, a striker - has recently played & scored for England U21s & at only 55p I don't see that kind of value anywhere else on the index for a young attacking English U21 player contracted to a PL club.
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