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4 hours ago, DevKWat said:

At the time £10m was good money for Bamford. However, considering we turned down bigger offers for Britt is baffling to me. Every aspect of Bamford's game is and was better than Britt when he was here. 

Maybe. But the less than £7M we actually got for him is looking a bit silly now isn’t it? 

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It was 7m rising to 10m and i cant imagine any of the add ons have now not been achieved.

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1 hour ago, TLF10 said:

It was 7m rising to 10m and i cant imagine any of the add ons have now not been achieved.

Um surly we got a few million for the Leeds promotion. I mean we must of added a clause for this surly

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2 hours ago, TLF10 said:

It was 7m rising to 10m and i cant imagine any of the add ons have now not been achieved.

It was barely £7M after all add ons. It was absolutely nowhere near 10 million, although I’m sure the club are more than happy for people to believe that.

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1 minute ago, CrazyL said:

It was barely £7M after all add ons. It was absolutely nowhere near 10 million, although I’m sure the club are more than happy for people to believe that.

I bet it was.

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Just waiting for some transfer news 

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23 minutes ago, Uwe said:

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Just waiting for some transfer news 

Fill up your pool and go for a swim Uwe...

You will be grand 👍

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Callum Paterson is off to Sheffield Wednesday for only £500,000. Quite shocked we weren’t even linked given Warnock’s connection with him. 

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Just now, CWC said:

Callum Paterson is off to Sheffield Wednesday for only £500,000. Quite shocked we weren’t even linked given Warnock’s connection with him. 

Just came on to post exactly the same thing.

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I wonder if Liam Delap will be available for loan once Aguero and Jesus are fully fit? If we are going for a young lad from the premier league he could be a shout.

I’m not aware of anything doing though, hopefully it will pick up now NW is back. 

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43 minutes ago, CrazyL said:

It was barely £7M after all add ons. It was absolutely nowhere near 10 million, although I’m sure the club are more than happy for people to believe 

Are you claiming to have itk info on this deal? I am sure the fee was disclosed as part of clubs accounts

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Is Patterson the defender turned midfielder turned striker? What has his most recent position been?

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