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13 Jul 2021 19:30:35
From wolves official website as everyone has probably seen Ryan Giles joins Cardiff City on loan.
Hoping he does well under Mick Macarthy and Terry connor.
With our home grown always want them to succeed you never know a fantastic season at Cardiff and we could have a decent player in the making.
All you can do is keep an eye on his progress and hope he makes the headlines in the championship.
Good luck at Cardiff Ryan Giles.
Fwaw.

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13 Jul 2021 20:24:03
Sounds like a good move. Also see that Sanderson might go to Birmingham - hopefully after signing a new contract.
ps Phil started my new career and got paid for my first job!

13 Jul 2021 20:49:26
Agree on Sanderson Thefutureisoldgold.
Thats great to hear mate hope all goes well for you and long may you earn merit and enjoy all that you achieve.
Things are a lot better today from looking back 12/ 18 months ago.
Lol except our league position which can only be better this season coming.
FWAW.

13 Jul 2021 21:12:40
Think you are correct. Although we aren't out of the woods yet we are def on the right track.
Lets hope Wolves are as well. Interesting article in E and S by Bully talking about the need for experience partic at CM and CB.
Glad i'm not the only one beating that drum.
Re Job its great fun, outdoors and quite physical - i'd work for nothing but its great picking up a few quid as well.
Sadly the job is by its nature a zero hours contract and thus v sporadic. You only work when you are wanted, mainly eves and weekends, but it looks like there might be a bit this summer (weather permitting! )

13 Jul 2021 21:17:18
If Sanderson goes to Birmingham my work colleagues are Birmingham fans and one of them is a true running through his blood bluenose he will give me a regular accessment of Sanderson.
I will be watching the championship on Channel Quest Sunday mornings after MOTD.
For Giles and maybe Sanderson.
COYW.

13 Jul 2021 21:26:50
future, congrats on the job hope you enjoy it. Before all this C.V. thing arrived I worked a couple of days a week delivering cars all over the place. Great fun in retirement I thought, not for everyone but I miss it so much. Can't do it anymore anyway sadly! .
By the way the ad my son did streaking turned out to be for Danish tv. Quite funny. He's in a new series starting on ITV2 on Friday night called "Apocalypse Wow" sadly he wears a mask all the time, he's the referee. Mind you it's a reality thing at least it's deniable in the future if anyone asks. He got decent money and you need to start somewhere! I might manage the first one with luck!

13 Jul 2021 21:28:32
I agree with you we need experienced players.
I just feeling chilled at present as there is still 4 weeks or so till the season starts.
But after a couple weeks if we haven't signed a ready made quality first team signing I will start getting itchy.

13 Jul 2021 22:23:32
Ryan Giles to Cardiff is a fantastic move, for him, and the wolves. Cardiff is a team that will be fighting for promotion this year and will get loads of minutes since Macarthy pushed for this loan to happen. Sanderson to Birmingham would be a great move as well. Also rumors that our young gk Sarkic is currently training with Birmingham and could go out on loan there the next few days.

13 Jul 2021 22:23:32
Ryan Giles to Cardiff is a fantastic move, for him, and the wolves. Cardiff is a team that will be fighting for promotion this year and will get loads of minutes since Macarthy pushed for this loan to happen. Sanderson to Birmingham would be a great move as well. Also rumors that our young gk Sarkic is currently training with Birmingham and could go out on loan there the next few days.

14 Jul 2021 07:56:40
ken - will take a peak at "Apocalypse wow". If he is working he is doing well. Fingers crossed for him.

14 Jul 2021 15:48:19
future, don't blame me! He did say I would probably not enjoy it! The main thing is he had fun and got paid. He's also done his first film, small part obviously, gets murdered. Called "Jeepers Creepers III" out December I think. He also said I just won't want to see it either! As long as he gets paid and is happy I'm not concerned.

14 Jul 2021 16:15:01
Well Ken that's just made me more intrigued. It sounds as if he is starting to get some momentum. Work begets work.
Isn't the Jeepers Creepers horror film franchise quite well known?
Agreeed if they are working and happy you can't ask for more really.
At the monent my youngest graduated this year and is unemployed, my boy has 2 zero hours job and only contracted work for saturday and sundays and my eldest although fully employed is def not happy with much at all including job!

14 Jul 2021 17:54:41
future. I'd hate to be starting out now its very tough out there for them. Our eldest is a teacher also in London. He teaches sport which he loves. Whilst the youngest is getting work he still works nights as well which is tough so any film work he gets makes for very long hours. As a parent you just try to do your best, wherever they are you worry. At least we do anyway!

15 Jul 2021 18:49:59
Ken - As usual you are abolutely correct. When we, the wife and I, were starting out in the early 1980s we got jobs easily once we left education and those jobs, even though to start with mine was relatively poorly paid, allowed us to buy a place almost immediately. Now you fear that even a good job like a teacher will probably not enable you to buy a place - particularly in London - for several years, indeed if ever if you are doing it on your own.

15 Jul 2021 22:24:09
future when we first got married in the late 70's we got 100 percent mortgage on a bungalow in Warwick 11k scared the life put of us!

My eldest son teacher partner a nurse in London, zero chance of buying. Not like London needs them is it, not even any priority on council homes. The rent they pay scares the life out of me!

16 Jul 2021 13:19:58
Wow -11k. Suspect that is less than the annual rent of a flat in most parts of London today.
My eldest daughter, who has an MA in a relevant subject from a good uni, works for a charity in London and is paid peanuts. Her partner is a garden designer who is trying to make his way independently - so prob earns less than peanuts but works all hours god sends.
For them to buy a flat in south London you are lookng at circa £450-500k.
Never ever going to happen unless we, their respective parents, bankroll them but for me with 3 that's a big big ask!
Without being political their is clearly a link here: rent returns are v high relative to interest rates and with some tax breaks still in place for buy to let landlords - which aren't for actual home owners - it is not surprising that they can always outbid young owner occupiers and keep prices high.
Plus if you are paying an obscene rent how do you ever save to get on that first rung without help from parents.
Once you are away it is a virtuous circle hence Robbie Fowler allegedly has hundreds of properties - the surplus rent forming the deposit for the next few properties and ever onwards.
Bizare that the current government has not fully closed the tax loophole as it is clearly a solid and rationale reason why youngsters in London for example largely vote labour - you can't be a capitalist without capital ie a house!
oops that sounded like politics - sorry!

16 Jul 2021 14:16:19
future you are quite right. London needs young people! Those in power do little to help, part of the problem I think. Don't see any party offering any help. My eldest, the place they have is nothing special and they pay around 1700. You could get a palace for that anywhere else! Salaries don't really reflect housing costs tbh. They get paid a bit more but nowhere near enough. All they do is get by. Sad really.

16 Jul 2021 15:15:17
Ken - indeed however WFH might change all that. My daughter could live in Gloucester and buy a nice house for the price of a v small flat in London and if she can wfh and only go in once or twice a month why not?
Prices are crazy in London but as you say wages - outside of the city- are little different. Teacher's feeble London waiting being a good example and they can't WFH really.
Fortunately we are retired -well I am - and the wife works within walking distance of the house so life for us is easy- just the worry as you said for the kids.
I left home at 17 and frankly my parents were shot of me in all but name. Today I suspect we will be supporting/ looking out for our kids for most of our lives!
Goodness knows who is going to look after us though when we get old - I spend a fair bit of time and money looking after my aged mother these days. Not sure my kids will be in any position to return that favour!
oh well it could be a lot lot worse so no point in moaning!

16 Jul 2021 18:06:32
future I must admit I don't wish myself on my two! I saw my parents deal with parents and my brother and I with my Mum. Though I our case it was mainly my brother as he has been a Bachelor all his life. He owns and lives on a narrowboat now. Whilst I love visiting him I couldn't live on one. Not in winter anyway, not sure he will in a few years!





 

 

 
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