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Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Very different personalities by all accounts. Gibson was reputedly arrogant and entitled, he soured relations early on with the management and coaching staff at Burnley and the club took a stand on it. Collins by contrast is a young player with great potential who is modest and eager to learn. He would I think benefit greatly from a move to Turf Moor.
Spot on again GC , question have we ever met as you know a great about the Clarets ?
 

I know of neither players personality but once again Collins is a right sided centre back so he will be Tarkowskis replacement presuming he goes this summer/next summer. I wouldn’t doubt that for a second. 
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I have no insider's insight into Burnley. I take an interest in all English clubs with Irish players-most of them have some, to be fair-and look out for trustworthy journalistic and other sources. If the Collins transfer goes through, I think it will be good for all concerned. Stoke don't need to sell, he's on a long contract, but if the money is right they will, same as any other club.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ProudAndLoud Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Jun 2021 at 10:28pm
The positive aspect of a move for Nathan is that he has a lot of family around that know the game and will only do what's right for him and his career.
Hes a great lad and deserves the very best. 
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I think this would be a good move for him. Whatever about Burnley getting an acceptable bid in, do we know if Collins is keen on the move? 
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how likely is this burnley move? Reliable rumors? 
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Collins seems like a fine prospect with a good mentality. Is he a bit injury prone though?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote You Tell Me Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Jun 2021 at 11:26pm
Seems like it is likely to happen unless another club comes in. Burnley definitely look the most interested at this stage though.
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Collins going to Burnley would show such a lack of ambition while you have the likes of United and Arsenal circling.
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Originally posted by Heimatklange Heimatklange wrote:

Collins going to Burnley would show such a lack of ambition while you have the likes of United and Arsenal circling.

Burnley would be a much better move for Collins. He’s still young and needs to play as many matches as he can, if not play every week. He’s a much better chance to do that with Burnley.

If he does as well as some people are predicting, he’ll be in line for a big money move within 2/3 years when he’d still only be 22/23.
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It'd be a much smarter move for him than going to any of the big clubs. He's still learning the game. 1 mistake for United etc and he'll be written off. Spend a couple of years at a smaller club, make your mistakes there and then if you're good enough, you'll get a move.
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Yeah I'd be a lot happier with him going to Burnley to be honest. If Tarkowski leaves as expected then he has a very good chance of starting the first Premier League game of the season and taking it from there. Not much chance of that at one the bigger clubs.

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He won’t get a look in at Man Utd with Ole managing him. Would be a dreadful move as a United fan I hope he doesn’t. Would end up in the same spot as Axel Tuanzebe or even the likes of Alex Telles wouldn’t play as Mr Tumble managing us just plays the same 4 every time when fit regardless of form Lindelof and Maguire being the centre halves. 

Burnley is a great move as stated he’s a right sided centre half so it’s not hard to conclude he’s being signed as a direct replacement for Tarkowski. 15m wouldn’t be spent if that wasn’t the intention. If not this season he will be directly replacing him from next season on latest. 

Trippier Tarkowski Keane Burnley has proved a great breeding ground for young defenders. I’d back Collins to go the same way. 


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If he came through at United and was in their reserve team people would be crying out for him to go to a team like Burnley. It's a great move for him, we need a commanding centre half and that's how Burnley would be looking for him to play!

They only other interesting option from the rumours would be Leicester, Evans is 33 and Rodgers has shown a willingness to use youth. Would more than likely lead to being a bench player for a while but if he has the talent he could be working his way into the team. Leicester would also be playing on the front foot more which is what we are attempting so would suit his development in that regard
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playing every week for burnley would be a good next step
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Agreed. A great platform for him hopefully, the "big move" will come if does the business at Burnley.
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Originally posted by Landsdowne90 Landsdowne90 wrote:

Agreed. A great platform for him hopefully, the "big move" will come if does the business at Burnley.

The Yanks that have taken over the club has said this , bring in players make them better and sell on .

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