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Buck Fuddy

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May 22, 2009
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#51
No it becomes obligation after some conditions
Ah, really?
I missed that. I saw Standard communicating that they had the option to buy, but no mention of conditions.

I don't think they can buy him though. They are in an extremely poor financial situation. A while ago there was even talk of bankruptcy. And the quick solution they came up with was just that: a quick fix. Expectations are that they'll need to look for additional funds quite soon.
 
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JuveJay

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    Ah, really?
    I missed that. I saw Standard communicating that they had the option to buy, but no mention of conditions.

    I don't think they can buy him though. They are in an extremely poor financial situation. A while ago there was even talk of bankruptcy. And the quick solution they came up with was just that: a quick fix. Expectations are that they'll need to look for additional funds quite soon.
    Do they have anyone promising we can swap?
     

    Buck Fuddy

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    May 22, 2009
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    #54
    So, I scouted Rafia & Daouda Peeters this weekend. Well, Standard was playing KV Mechelen so I was there anyway :grin:

    First of, Standard are a team in crisis (both on & off the pitch) so not an ideal club to find yourself as a loaned player. I hadn't seen either of them play before friday night, but according to what I had heard, both had been underwhelming/poor. Rafia had played about 170 minutes, Peeters about 140 minutes.

    Rafia started this game & was subbed out at halftime. Shocking half. Didn't do anything right. And in a team filled with arrogant players who don't seem to give a damn, he managed to stand out as one of the worst ones. I guess he must/might have some technical qualities, but I didn't get to see them.

    Peeters started on the bench, but came on quite early, at around the 30 minute mark. One of his first passes was an excellent long range one to set up an attack. Sure, not an attack for his own team, but still. All things considered, I think he did ok. Far from good, but at least he looked like a football player.
     

    DanielSz

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    Sep 6, 2014
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    #55
    So, I scouted Rafia & Daouda Peeters this weekend. Well, Standard was playing KV Mechelen so I was there anyway :grin:

    First of, Standard are a team in crisis (both on & off the pitch) so not an ideal club to find yourself as a loaned player. I hadn't seen either of them play before friday night, but according to what I had heard, both had been underwhelming/poor. Rafia had played about 170 minutes, Peeters about 140 minutes.

    Rafia started this game & was subbed out at halftime. Shocking half. Didn't do anything right. And in a team filled with arrogant players who don't seem to give a damn, he managed to stand out as one of the worst ones. I guess he must/might have some technical qualities, but I didn't get to see them.

    Peeters started on the bench, but came on quite early, at around the 30 minute mark. One of his first passes was an excellent long range one to set up an attack. Sure, not an attack for his own team, but still. All things considered, I think he did ok. Far from good, but at least he looked like a football player.
    sounds pretty much the same as last season with the u23s. Rafia has some technical ability but always played selfish. Peeters was the definition of meh.
     

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