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Quick photo of the Gaffer with my boy ūüĎć

Coulson doing his best to avoid being sent to Ipswich.

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2 minutes ago, BearSmog said:

Bahamboula provides exactly what Bolasie does at a fraction of the cost

And a fraction of the age. Might have some resale value in 2-3 years.

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Quite impressed with Ikpeazu so far, his shielding of the ball and link up play has been good, certainly something we have been missing. Bishops doing really well in holding their shape and it is proving a good work out for both teams 

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2 minutes ago, TeaCider24 said:

Awww, nobody to really be interested in watching now.

Unless Bishop Auckland prove surprisingly able at testing our defence.

Are you not looking forward to watching wingyesta?

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