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Oh for Story and Stockley back in the fold !!
With Ched Evans recently signing for Preston will that put Stockley further down the pecking order for starts. Having said that (with AV monies?) we probably could afford him if Preston coughed up 50% of his wages but no doubt it's a bridge too far for us? Would welcome him back if only until the end of the season and he would certainly add something up front. Not sure of his contract details at Preston though.
 

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With Ched Evans recently signing for Preston will that put Stockley further down the pecking order for starts. Having said that (with AV monies?) we probably could afford him if Preston coughed up 50% of his wages but no doubt it's a bridge too far for us? Would welcome him back if only until the end of the season and he would certainly add something up front. Not sure of his contract details at Preston though.
Stockley was hungry for goals, played like it, and scored them. But he's at Preston not City for money reasons, as you know.
 

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Stockley was hungry for goals, played like it, and scored them. But he's at Preston not City for money reasons, as you know.
With Ched Evans recently signing for Preston will that put Stockley further down the pecking order for starts. Having said that (with AV monies?) we probably could afford him if Preston coughed up 50% of his wages but no doubt it's a bridge too far for us? Would welcome him back if only until the end of the season and he would certainly add something up front. Not sure of his contract details at Preston though.
I would expect a League One team pushing for promotion might take Stockley on loan if he were to go anywhere. No chance we would be able to get him.
 

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Can see the cheese going in for Stockley at some point. It would be a decent move for him and I can see Bristol Rovers having the funds to do it.

The only way we would stand a chance of getting either back would be if we were established in L1 imo.
 
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Can see the cheese going in for Stockley at some point. It would be a decent move for him and I can see Bristol Rovers having the funds to do it.

The only way we would stand a chance of getting either back would be if we were established in L1 imo.
My thoughts exactly -which was the hidden point behind my initial message (1291): i.e.is this club and its supporters really wanting to go all out for promotion this year to finally get out of this league, to consolidate ourselves in L1 and then see what happens? Or are we happy to stay as a regular member of the also-rans in L2?
 
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Can see the cheese going in for Stockley at some point. It would be a decent move for him and I can see Bristol Rovers having the funds to do it.

The only way we would stand a chance of getting either back would be if we were established in L1 imo.
Stockley is still very good mates with Jake Taylor so, if he is available, you never know !
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