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The one and only time I'll be itk- Lad fell out with Gardner and bowyer after they got him to sign a new deal with the promise of first team opportunity and they never followed through.  Giv

Thing that’s *** me off with this Tav talk is the disrespect from our fans on social media and forums, more so social media but I have seen comments today like ‘ I will drive him there’ in regards to

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52 minutes ago, DevKWat said:

Just seen Jones in team of the month, surely he’s a serious contender for player of the month for December 

I’m always worried when player/staff/club is up for an award as a jinx and disaster follows if they win it. I’d much rather everyone was overlooked and Boro fans could nod to each other knowing any jinx is not coming here.😉

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1 hour ago, Lurker said:

On Spence, he brought a couple of mates up to live with him. They started causing problems whilst he was still here. When he’s been out on loan they’ve stayed and issues are ongoing. 

Club's got beef with the mandem?

 

 

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1 hour ago, Lurker said:

On Spence, he brought a couple of mates up to live with him. They started causing problems whilst he was still here. When he’s been out on loan they’ve stayed and issues are ongoing. 

Sounds like something that would have happened in the robbo days, surely they can just be escorted out

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I'm not surprised Forest think he is decent. I thought he was when he first came into the team under Woodgate. Plays when he is trying to impress. 

The issue is he runs out steam and when he is bad, he is very bad. Offers nothing, gives the ball away and is lazy to boot.  

Forest will realise. 

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12 minutes ago, TheHolgate said:

I'm not surprised Forest think he is decent. I thought he was when he first came into the team under Woodgate. Plays when he is trying to impress. 

The issue is he runs out steam and when he is bad, he is very bad. Offers nothing, gives the ball away and is lazy to boot.  

Forest will realise. 

Hopefully after they have paid a big fee to keep him on the summer  

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Thing that’s *** me off with this Tav talk is the disrespect from our fans on social media and forums, more so social media but I have seen comments today like ‘ I will drive him there’ in regards to Newcastles interest. For me he is someone who clearly has a good attitude and tries his best each game and his work ethic is incredible, we all know his general play and shooting can be worked on and he definetly has the talent to find more consistency in that regard but I’m sure it will come. I just don’t  understand comments saying get rid as if he is some kind of mercenary when he isn’t , looks like he loves it here to me. He probably see’s all this stuff and will be upset about it. Also it won’t be helping his confidence we need to get behind him to help find his best form. Thankfully Wilder knows what he brings and he’s been an ever present, I hope he is here at the end of this window.

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Newcastle are apparently paying 25 million for a 31 year old right back and probably massive wages too. If they really want Tav we have to fleece them. But I really can’t see Tav as a player they need or want

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Seen on Sky Balogun contract with arsenal only has 6 months left to run so Arsenal see no point in loaning him out. He will be free at end of season though 

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3 minutes ago, DurhamRed said:

Seen on Sky Balogun contract with arsenal only has 6 months left to run so Arsenal see no point in loaning him out. He will be free at end of season though 

He signed a new deal last summer 

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2 minutes ago, Donnyboro said:

He signed a new deal last summer 

Must of been only 1 year extra then as they saying its very likely he will just remain for last 6 months and leave for a foreign club for free

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2 minutes ago, DurhamRed said:

Must of been only 1 year extra then as they saying its very likely he will just remain for last 6 months and leave for a foreign club for free

Balogun has a contract until 2025, you're probably mixing him up with Nketiah.

They're covering both in the same stories a lot of the time, and Nketiah is out of contract in the summer.

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2 minutes ago, DurhamRed said:

Must of been only 1 year extra then as they saying its very likely he will just remain for last 6 months and leave for a foreign club for free

You are mixing up balogun and nketiah

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