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 Post subject: Nathan Cartman
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:38 am 
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Leaving the club after just under 3 years. fantastic servant to the club and wish him well in the remainder of his career.

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:51 am 
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Never seems right to me that something like this breaks on social media before been announced by the club, guess that's the world we live in now.
Anyway good luck to Cartman he's been great for the club :clap: :clap:

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:57 am 
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Good luck Carts; thanks for the memories.

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Best of luck to him - played an important role in 2 promotions

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Thanks Nathan for all you've done, hope you have similar success at your new club.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:17 am 
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Gone to Farsley

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 11:30 am 
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Five-figure sum according to the Echo.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Darlofan97 wrote:
Five-figure sum according to the Echo.


Have to admit that I'm surprised he would command such a transfer fee. Good business for the club.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Darlo_Pete wrote:
Darlofan97 wrote:
Five-figure sum according to the Echo.


Have to admit that I'm surprised he would command such a transfer fee. Good business for the club.


I have to agree!

Sad to see him go though, cracking lad


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Darlo_Pete wrote:
Darlofan97 wrote:
Five-figure sum according to the Echo.


Have to admit that I'm surprised he would command such a transfer fee. Good business for the club.


Why? We paid a 5 figure sum for him.

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Ingleby wrote:
Darlo_Pete wrote:
Darlofan97 wrote:
Five-figure sum according to the Echo.


Have to admit that I'm surprised he would command such a transfer fee. Good business for the club.


Why? We paid a 5 figure sum for him.


At the time he had around 30 goals to his name in one season. He hasn't been as prolific since and in the last year has only got a handful of goals. 5 figures is good business on current form. Best of luck to him anyway, hope he finds his form again and we see him back at Darlo in the future with his new team. As long as it doesn't mean we have dropped a league.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Popular player one of many who over the years have done their bit and then reached their level.

Good luck to him at Farsley.

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Scores for Farsley after 7 mins.....
Come back Nathan


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Scores for Farsley after 7 mins.....
Come back Nathan
Or maybe we could drop to that level next season and he can score for us then?

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We will be playing at the arena again next season - fact.

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Ingleby wrote:
Darlo_Pete wrote:
Darlofan97 wrote:
Five-figure sum according to the Echo.


Have to admit that I'm surprised he would command such a transfer fee. Good business for the club.


Why? We paid a 5 figure sum for him.


Because he's 2 or 3 years older and hasn't got a great scoring record this season.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Carts always gave 100% and only wants to play every match so can understand why he went. Given the recent lack f support or chances, no wonder he moved on. Glad we got our money in transfer fees and not pie crust Gray promises. Carts is a good player & been a great servant to this club. Hope he continues to enjoy football with Farsley! Thanks Nathan


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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It's an annoying situation that we have had to bin Cartman to be able to bring in Styche. I believe Cartman would have been fine at this level but Beck was a different player to Armstrong the season before and didn't really work as a partnership. He has then been asked to play pretty much as a lone striker for the majority of this season, again not going to bring the best out of him. It's a shame that we weren't in a position to trial Styche and Cartman as a pairing but guess we are not in a financial position to have that luxury.

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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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It's an annoying situation that we have had to bin Cartman to be able to bring in Styche. I believe Cartman would have been fine at this level but Beck was a different player to Armstrong the season before and didn't really work as a partnership. He has then been asked to play pretty much as a lone striker for the majority of this season, again not going to bring the best out of him. It's a shame that we weren't in a position to trial Styche and Cartman as a pairing but guess we are not in a financial position to have that luxury.
Cartman will score in the league below fact, just not quite good enough in this league


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[/quote]Cartman will score in the league below fact, just not quite good enough in this league[/quote]

There's a good chance we will find out if you are right next season. I doubt Farsley bought him with just this season in mind.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Wish him all the best, but i'm glad the management are working within the budget they've been set, and it's clearly been Cartman out for Styche coming in. You can't argue Styche isn't an improvement, and it shows what sort of team we can put together whilst staying inside the budget. We don't need 5 strikers on the books, as seemed to be Grays obsession, to build a good side.


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 Post subject: Re: Nathan Cartman
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Wish him all the best, but i'm glad the management are working within the budget they've been set, and it's clearly been Cartman out for Styche coming in. You can't argue Styche isn't an improvement, and it shows what sort of team we can put together whilst staying inside the budget. We don't need 5 strikers on the books, as seemed to be Grays obsession, to build a good side.

Wasn't it Beck out for Styche coming in? Also how can you/we be sure yet that he "is an improvement"?


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bga wrote:
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Wish him all the best, but i'm glad the management are working within the budget they've been set, and it's clearly been Cartman out for Styche coming in. You can't argue Styche isn't an improvement, and it shows what sort of team we can put together whilst staying inside the budget. We don't need 5 strikers on the books, as seemed to be Grays obsession, to build a good side.

Wasn't it Beck out for Styche coming in? Also how can you/we be sure yet that he "is an improvement"?


Because he's scored more goals than Cartman at this level (10 to 1 this season), and he has spent most of his career the next division up and has a decent record at that level too.

Think that just about covers it.

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Quakerz wrote:
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Wish him all the best, but i'm glad the management are working within the budget they've been set, and it's clearly been Cartman out for Styche coming in. You can't argue Styche isn't an improvement, and it shows what sort of team we can put together whilst staying inside the budget. We don't need 5 strikers on the books, as seemed to be Grays obsession, to build a good side.

Wasn't it Beck out for Styche coming in? Also how can you/we be sure yet that he "is an improvement"?


Because he's scored more goals than Cartman at this level (10 to 1 this season), and he has spent most of his career the next division up and has a decent record at that level too.

Think that just about covers it.

I really hope you are right, but I would prefer to judge whether he is an improvement by what he produces from now on, not based on the past. That was my point! :thumbup:


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Oh and by the way I still maintain he is replacing Beck not Cartman isn't he, so this is a pointless discussion!


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I really hope you are right, but I would prefer to judge whether he is an improvement by what he produces from now on, not based on the past. That was my point! :thumbup:


Cartman hasn't produced for 18 months at least. You judge him based on his past yet say Styches past counts for nothing :?


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bga wrote:
I really hope you are right, but I would prefer to judge whether he is an improvement by what he produces from now on, not based on the past. That was my point! :thumbup:


Cartman hasn't produced for 18 months at least. You judge him based on his past yet say Styches past counts for nothing :?


Quite right, loan_star!

However, I agree with bga that Styche is a replacement for Beck, and add that the real replacement for Cartman is Saunders.

Caton, if retained, will likely end up occupying one of the wide forward roles on offer.


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Beano wrote:
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bga wrote:
I really hope you are right, but I would prefer to judge whether he is an improvement by what he produces from now on, not based on the past. That was my point! :thumbup:


Cartman hasn't produced for 18 months at least. You judge him based on his past yet say Styches past counts for nothing :?


Quite right, loan_star!

However, I agree with bga that Styche is a replacement for Beck, and add that the real replacement for Cartman is Saunders.

Caton, if retained, will likely end up occupying one of the wide forward roles on offer.

Think I have confused myself here! But if we agree Styche is a replacement for Beck how many goals does he have to score for us this season, to be an improvement on Beck! :thumbup:


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bga wrote:
Beano wrote:
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bga wrote:
I really hope you are right, but I would prefer to judge whether he is an improvement by what he produces from now on, not based on the past. That was my point! :thumbup:


Cartman hasn't produced for 18 months at least. You judge him based on his past yet say Styches past counts for nothing :?


Quite right, loan_star!

However, I agree with bga that Styche is a replacement for Beck, and add that the real replacement for Cartman is Saunders.

Caton, if retained, will likely end up occupying one of the wide forward roles on offer.

Think I have confused myself here! But if we agree Styche is a replacement for Beck how many goals does he have to score for us this season, to be an improvement on Beck! :thumbup:


Only about 5, given Beck's poor performance this season.


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