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Dan's Summer Transfer Thread. Aka: " Post Mortem Time""


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The funniest thing about all this ITK stuff is that no one mentioned the Hernandez deal, no one mentioned the lad from Cameroon and half the signings we make are never mentioned on here until they been mentioned in the press 😂 

People on this forum take the whole rumours business far too seriously. 

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Just now, Changing Times said:

I thought they'd signed Collins?

I feel like Collins isn't quite the big *ithouse striker that McCarthy wants in his teams he's more of the smaller *ithouse who does the running for the larger *ithouse.

Of course he could just stick Flint up front he's about the same size as Moore.

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Backing Brunners on this.

It's not hard to post the link to something, or at least say where you've got a quote that you've copied and pasted.

I can understand not realising that it's the done thing to do it the first time, but it's clearly deliberate if you repeatedly do it after it's been mentioned.

Half the people stirring the *** are doing it to deliberately cause bother.

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1 minute ago, macapes said:

Jesus.  That's not the same as posting unsubstantiated nonsense off twitter without linking to it. 

You don't have any reason to protect your twitter source.

Some of these guys have to be being deliberately dense, it's not that hard to understand. I'm glad there's at least one person in here that understands where I'm coming from.

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This LB has been close for ages, if stories are accurate. The only names really linked are Bidwell and Bennett...Swansea seem in total firesale mode so I think he is the last piece of the jigsaw.

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Just now, TeaCider24 said:

Backing Brunners on this.

It's not hard to post the link to something, or at least say where you've got a quote that you've copied and passed.

I can understand not realising that it's the done thing to do it, but it's clearly deliberate if you repeatedly do it.

Let it go, let’s move on. 

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