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40 minutes ago, TeaCider24 said:

I don't think anyone would have predicted that a 6ft 6' centre back who had scored 38 goals in 5 seasons for Bristol City, 9 of them in the previous season, would struggle so badly in front of goal for a Tony Pulis side.

The set piece manager, and we managed 1 goal from a set piece in that whole season.

We still had the best defence in the league though.

The most defensive team in the league, theres a difference!

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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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22/05/1995

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02/10/2020

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The Congo international joined the club on a one-year deal with an option in what is his first experience of English professional football.

Born in France and capped at U20 level, Bahamboula has had a number of clubs already which started with AS Monaco before a spell at Dijon in the top flight and also included loans before leaving for pastures new.

A move to Romania followed in 2018 with Astra and a year later a switch to Algeria came with CSC. His most recent club was at Tsarsko Selo in Bulgaria where former goalkeeper Johny Placide was a teammate of his.

Known as 'Moyo', the six-foot skilful striker can also operate in midfield and received his senior debut for the Republic of Congo at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification stage in June 2017.

 

This is what is on the Oldham website. Not seen loads of Oldham games, but the times I've seen the lad play I've been impressed. He puts in a shift, never seems to stop running, quite gifted.

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Dylan Bahamboula Looks like could be a very exciting, low risk signing.

Setting expectations - a squad signing, but with the potential to force himself into the starting line up. I hope he does well and impresses Warnock over the next few days.

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If we want him we will get him. Oldham are a shambles of a football club with loads of problems behind the scenes. Don’t mind this link, low risk signing as people have rightly said.

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1 hour ago, BoroJake said:

video of bahamboula

Short clip so could be misleading but his touch immediately stood out to me for a big lad. Looks to have very clean control

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Think he features in this clip of training actually. Think he's the guy in blue during the small game who does keepy uppies before hitting a shot on the turn. About 3m into the clip

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12 minutes ago, Brunners said:

Think he features in this clip of training actually. Think he's the guy in blue during the small game who does keepy uppies before hitting a shot on the turn. About 3m into the clip

Looks like he's in the passing sections too wearing a white bib with his back to the camera! 

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13 minutes ago, Brunners said:

Think he features in this clip of training actually. Think he's the guy in blue during the small game who does keepy uppies before hitting a shot on the turn. About 3m into the clip

Brilliant practise for when we are launching 60 yard long balls down the pitch 🚀

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