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Bunney bid rejected 15:29 - Jan 12 with 4178 viewsIOMDale

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Bunney bid rejected on 15:38 - Jan 12 with 2901 viewsShun

I didn't real realise he was of contract this summer. He hasn't set the world alight this season but it's not a good position to be in when we know how good he can be. He was one of the best left-backs in the league last season.
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Bunney bid rejected on 15:40 - Jan 12 with 2890 viewsChaffRAFC

I'd have snatched their hands off.

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Bunney bid rejected on 15:52 - Jan 12 with 2813 viewsSteTsGoldenBoot

Had his 'head turned' by the Sheff Utd interest last season and looks like he only signed for an extra year when he got injured.

Not sure if its that injury or the I'm to good for Dale syndrome, but his form has dipped on a par with Joe Raff

We don't seem to have a happy camp at the mo and KH once again looks to be distancing himself away from any sort of responsibility.

Something is very wrong at our club at the minute.

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Bunney bid rejected on 16:02 - Jan 12 with 2756 viewsD_Alien

Bunney bid rejected on 15:52 - Jan 12 by SteTsGoldenBoot

Had his 'head turned' by the Sheff Utd interest last season and looks like he only signed for an extra year when he got injured.

Not sure if its that injury or the I'm to good for Dale syndrome, but his form has dipped on a par with Joe Raff

We don't seem to have a happy camp at the mo and KH once again looks to be distancing himself away from any sort of responsibility.

Something is very wrong at our club at the minute.


That's a heck of a lot to infer from the club rejecting a bid from Northampton?

And has Raff's form dipped? In which games?

[Post edited 12 Jan 16:02]

I'm in the unhinged bracket

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Bunney bid rejected on 16:05 - Jan 12 with 2720 viewsnordenblue

Bunney bid rejected on 16:02 - Jan 12 by D_Alien

That's a heck of a lot to infer from the club rejecting a bid from Northampton?

And has Raff's form dipped? In which games?

[Post edited 12 Jan 16:02]


You have pm
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Bunney bid rejected on 16:09 - Jan 12 with 2694 viewsD_Alien

Bunney bid rejected on 16:05 - Jan 12 by nordenblue

You have pm


Nothing arrived nb

Edit: has now

[Post edited 12 Jan 16:10]

I'm in the unhinged bracket

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Bunney bid rejected on 16:20 - Jan 12 with 2620 viewsYorkshire_Dale

Bunney bid rejected on 15:40 - Jan 12 by ChaffRAFC

I'd have snatched their hands off.


Agree......we'll get nowt for him in Summer.
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Bunney bid rejected on 16:27 - Jan 12 with 2574 viewsIknoweverything

Bunney bid rejected on 16:20 - Jan 12 by Yorkshire_Dale

Agree......we'll get nowt for him in Summer.


Maybe he prefers the Rochdale summers to the Rochdale winters.
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Bunney bid rejected on 16:30 - Jan 12 with 2550 viewsSteTsGoldenBoot

Bunney bid rejected on 16:02 - Jan 12 by D_Alien

That's a heck of a lot to infer from the club rejecting a bid from Northampton?

And has Raff's form dipped? In which games?

[Post edited 12 Jan 16:02]


So JR and JB are performing at the same level as last season?

JB has been average since coming back from injury, just not the same player.

Brown, McGahey, Daniels have all been preferred to JR in the first half of this season which would suggest his form has dipped from being first choice RB.

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Bunney bid rejected on 16:46 - Jan 12 with 2459 viewsD_Alien

Bunney bid rejected on 16:30 - Jan 12 by SteTsGoldenBoot

So JR and JB are performing at the same level as last season?

JB has been average since coming back from injury, just not the same player.

Brown, McGahey, Daniels have all been preferred to JR in the first half of this season which would suggest his form has dipped from being first choice RB.


I'd put it down to a combination of his injury and the thrashing about with formations plus playing in a team under pressure, without saying he'd taken a dip in form for non-playing reasons, which seemed to be implied in linking his form with that of Bunney

I'm in the unhinged bracket

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Bunney bid rejected on 16:49 - Jan 12 with 2418 viewsTVOS1907

Bunney bid rejected on 16:30 - Jan 12 by SteTsGoldenBoot

So JR and JB are performing at the same level as last season?

JB has been average since coming back from injury, just not the same player.

Brown, McGahey, Daniels have all been preferred to JR in the first half of this season which would suggest his form has dipped from being first choice RB.


He’s made 25 appearances this season, including more at right-back than the others combined.

He missed most of pre-season through injury, hence why Brown started at right-back. Brown hasn’t played since August.

Hill quickly realised his mistake in putting Daniels at right-back, especially in the game at Fleetwood. Rafferty came on at half-time and remained in situ in almost every game until picking up an injury before Christmas, hence why McGahey has appeared there.

It’s true that Rafferty hasn’t hit the high standards of the past, but who has?

A member of the FNC since December 2017, who's just being helpful.

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Bunney bid rejected on 17:01 - Jan 12 with 2331 viewsDaleiLama

Bunney bid rejected on 16:30 - Jan 12 by SteTsGoldenBoot

So JR and JB are performing at the same level as last season?

JB has been average since coming back from injury, just not the same player.

Brown, McGahey, Daniels have all been preferred to JR in the first half of this season which would suggest his form has dipped from being first choice RB.


I would suggest singling out our FBs for special criticism is mildly unfair.

Going through the squad, top to bottom, who has played consistently well so far? In the games I've seen that would be Harrison. Calvin also gives everything every game and isn't just an offensive contributor, but also has been invaluable in defence. Hendo, Camps, Ollie, Raff in fact most of the squad have been inconsistent. I would actually contend that JB is improving every game. But as the dysfunctional team malfunctions differently each week depending on team selection (who is available) formation (no further comments) and defensive howlers (plenty to choose from) it's very difficult to grade individuals anyway.

On a personal note, I would be sad to see the back of JB. He epitomises what KH wants in a player and he's played his guts out for us, often against the odds. I always want a trier like that to stay, but equally, if he gets an offer he can't refuse, good luck to him in the future.

Edit: TVOS said in one line what I spent 10 mins typing.
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Bunney bid rejected on 17:02 - Jan 12 with 2323 viewsdingdangblue

I doubt Bunney would want to move out of the area - he's just bought his first house in Manchester.

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Bunney bid rejected on 17:06 - Jan 12 with 2300 viewsrochdaleriddler

have we offered him a new deal, sounds like we haven't , perhaps we should
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Bunney bid rejected on 17:43 - Jan 12 with 2178 viewsSteTsGoldenBoot

Bunney bid rejected on 16:46 - Jan 12 by D_Alien

I'd put it down to a combination of his injury and the thrashing about with formations plus playing in a team under pressure, without saying he'd taken a dip in form for non-playing reasons, which seemed to be implied in linking his form with that of Bunney


Fair enough.

After the interest in JB last January and Raff running his contract down, I'd imagine both would have expected to receive offers for their services a bit higher up the food chain than Dale, neither did and both have been a bit out of sorts this season from the games I have seen.

I don't think either will renew when their deal runs out, but that's just my opinion.
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Bunney bid rejected on 17:45 - Jan 12 with 2167 viewsdingdangblue

Bunney bid rejected on 17:06 - Jan 12 by rochdaleriddler

have we offered him a new deal, sounds like we haven't , perhaps we should


I'm sure a player Hill called 'the best fullback in league 1 last season' will have been offered a new deal.

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Bunney bid rejected on 17:50 - Jan 12 with 2140 viewsdeeplishblue

Isn't that hitc site a load of bollox ?

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Bunney bid rejected on 17:53 - Jan 12 with 2130 views1907

JB found himself in acres of space countless times on Tuesday night and I could count on one hand the amount of times he made a run into it demanding the ball. I don’t know whether he is under instruction to be more mindful of his defensive duties or, like many others, is shying away from getting back to his offensive best.

Raff was back to his best on Tuesday night. Linked up really well with Cannon in the first half in particular and if Hill hadn’t taken him off, we probably wouldn’t have conceded that dreadful goal.
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Bunney bid rejected on 17:53 - Jan 12 with 2129 viewsD_Dale

The report ends:

"Rochdale are reluctant to lose Bunney as they battle against relegation themselves, but they are bracing themselves for further interest in the defender from Northampton and other clubs before the close of the transfer window."

Although this could be pure speculation, Bunneywise there might be more to come.
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Bunney bid rejected on 17:55 - Jan 12 with 2118 viewsSteTsGoldenBoot

Bunney bid rejected on 16:49 - Jan 12 by TVOS1907

He’s made 25 appearances this season, including more at right-back than the others combined.

He missed most of pre-season through injury, hence why Brown started at right-back. Brown hasn’t played since August.

Hill quickly realised his mistake in putting Daniels at right-back, especially in the game at Fleetwood. Rafferty came on at half-time and remained in situ in almost every game until picking up an injury before Christmas, hence why McGahey has appeared there.

It’s true that Rafferty hasn’t hit the high standards of the past, but who has?


After four games wasn't all that quickly!

Oh and on the last point, Raheem Sterling?

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Bunney bid rejected on 18:02 - Jan 12 with 2078 viewsSaxonDale

Bunney bid rejected on 15:40 - Jan 12 by ChaffRAFC

I'd have snatched their hands off.


Out of interest, why?

He was arguably our best player for large stages of last season and showed that when he's on song he is one of the best left backs in the league. Granted he's been poor this season (as have many others) but I don't think we should be writing him off. I'd be very disappointed if we were to lose him- especially to a club not too different in size to our own.
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Bunney bid rejected on 18:15 - Jan 12 with 2030 viewsmikehunt

I heard that he turned down a two year contract at the start of the season as he didn't want it to affect his chances of a move. Then he got injured ...
I got the impression he wanted out a while ago so seems (in Joe's case)it is not just what is going on at the moment.

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Bunney bid rejected on 18:17 - Jan 12 with 2007 viewsDaleFan7

Bunney bid rejected on 18:02 - Jan 12 by SaxonDale

Out of interest, why?

He was arguably our best player for large stages of last season and showed that when he's on song he is one of the best left backs in the league. Granted he's been poor this season (as have many others) but I don't think we should be writing him off. I'd be very disappointed if we were to lose him- especially to a club not too different in size to our own.


He has been next to useless as a defender this season. I think people were more blinded by his ability to cross a ball rather than his defending last season too.

At the moment we're playing him on the off chance someone gets on the end of one of the balls he plays into the box.
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Bunney bid rejected on 18:43 - Jan 12 with 1894 viewsfitzochris

Bunney bid rejected on 17:53 - Jan 12 by D_Dale

The report ends:

"Rochdale are reluctant to lose Bunney as they battle against relegation themselves, but they are bracing themselves for further interest in the defender from Northampton and other clubs before the close of the transfer window."

Although this could be pure speculation, Bunneywise there might be more to come.


There might be, but remember this site is journalism by football agents.

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Bunney bid rejected on 18:48 - Jan 12 with 1864 viewsdingdangblue

Bunney bid rejected on 18:17 - Jan 12 by DaleFan7

He has been next to useless as a defender this season. I think people were more blinded by his ability to cross a ball rather than his defending last season too.

At the moment we're playing him on the off chance someone gets on the end of one of the balls he plays into the box.


You must have missed his performance against Zehli Ishmael - he turned up in great form, very dangerous player and Bunney completely bossed him out of the game. And countless others - he had a wonderful season and was a major part of why we nearly made the playoffs - in fact his injury at Walsall cost us a place in the playoffs.

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