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Re: Danny Rowe
Posted by: Matt34
Date: 04/08/2018 21:47
That kind of fee is not as laughable as it might sound. Wrexham had a fee of £200,000 paid for a player by Swansea a few years back.

Fylde are backed by some money and have a big stadium. Unlike Borehamwood who are semi-pro's and have a release clauses for a top player of under £50,000, Fylde could be in a better position to demand more money, as they will undoubtedly pay more for player wages and the asset is a professional player at what could be seen as a bigger club.

The £35,000 release clause in Morgan Ferrier's contract, could look a little light in view of his playing actions last season for his club, but in reality Fylde could get more for Danny Rowe and the knock back of £150,000, is purely on the basis of not intending to sell him I would think.

There is an argument to say Rowe might be worth £100,000, based on his employers and form, but to be worth £150,000 he would have to be playing for a club, I feel, that had at least double the fan base and a solid history of league football like clubs like Leyton Orient and Tranmere had last season.

Had the offer been £150,000 for a Chesterfield player it would seem more in step with the kind of valuation such a club might get, but Fylde are clearly not rebuffing the £150,000 and making statements about Rowe being worth more, so in my estimation it looks like a PR exercise to say he goes nowhere at any price right now

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