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49 minutes ago, Blanco said:

Looks like we are not going to sign Messi either ūüėĘ

Ah but that‚Äôs not been confirmed ūüėČ

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Offer has been accepted bauser has had his critics but he has pulled masterstrokes on both of these.  Now over to you Leo!  Payero small issues look sorted should be an announcement tomorrow or f

Gibson doing a Gibson. Having another punt, pushing for Bolasie, this Argentinian and money available for a couple more. (Not a lot though) Spence going for £5m

Not been keeping up but Sporar should be sorted by Tuesday 

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11 hours ago, SzilardNemethsCurtains said:

So you just pull out?

Yes. Can we really afford to tie up 5.8 million in a player that may/may not get a work permit in 12 months time? Unless Banfield and the player is willing to default ane payments until he gets a work permit. When we at least still need 2 strikers, 1-2 wingers and a midfielder at least.

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2 months ago Warnock: ‚Äúwe‚Äôre not signing anyone that we haven‚Äôt seen live‚ÄĚ

now: we’re signing some lads that Leo has recommended that no one has ever  heard of before. Btw Leo is the guy Warnock has trusted with literally nothing but prepare subs

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1 minute ago, edinboro said:

Twitter saying Payero off to River Plate.

as far as I can see it's this one twitter account with 200 followers so can just hope it's BS:

Just now, mendieta420 said:

2 months ago Warnock: ‚Äúwe‚Äôre not signing anyone that we haven‚Äôt seen live‚ÄĚ

now: we’re signing some lads that Leo has recommended that no one has ever  heard of before. Btw Leo is the guy Warnock has trusted with literally nothing but prepare subs

We have no idea if we have someone we trust over there who has watched them live. Just because NW hasn't watched them himself doesn't mean we haven't been watching them.

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19 minutes ago, Brunners said:

We have no idea if we have someone we trust over there who has watched them live. Just because NW hasn't watched them himself doesn't mean we haven't been watching them.

We do know¬†that Jepson went ‚Äúabroad‚ÄĚ to watch games in April. Not sure there was any confirmation as to where that was. Certainly the assumption was in Europe, but that‚Äôs not necessarily the case.¬†

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2 minutes ago, KeithLambsFaxMachine said:

We do know¬†that Jepson went ‚Äúabroad‚ÄĚ to watch games in April. Not sure there was any confirmation as to where that was. Certainly the assumption was in Europe, but that‚Äôs not necessarily the case.¬†

Do we remember when he went? Do we have any detectives that can work out if Payero happened to be playing games in that time period?¬†ūüßź

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31 minutes ago, Brunners said:

as far as I can see it's this one twitter account with 200 followers so can just hope it's BS:

We have no idea if we have someone we trust over there who has watched them live. Just because NW hasn't watched them himself doesn't mean we haven't been watching them.

NW can spot whether a footballer is any good off 30 seconds on YouTube. 

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10 minutes ago, Brunners said:

Do we remember when he went? Do we have any detectives that can work out if Payero happened to be playing games in that time period?¬†ūüßź

I remember he missed the Rotherham game in March/April-ish time as he was quarantine after a trip.

my mind seems to think he went on one earlier.

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quick search on Google and it was December warnock mentioned the foreign gem and we planned to watch him in January 

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24 minutes ago, Brunners said:

I don't know if it's just me, but is his profile picture a face photoshopped onto someone elses body?

 

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He looks like one of those plasticine models you use for stop motion films

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51 minutes ago, edinboro said:

Twitter saying Payero off to River Plate.

until he starts following them on Instagram, he's coming to Boro

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1 minute ago, RiversideRed said:

Apart from Payero it's all gone very quiet regarding other potential deals.

there's always a calm before the storm

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