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49 minutes ago, TeaCider24 said:

Paterson scores for Swansea yet again.

Just assisted another. He's been great for them this season, wonder why we weren't interested.

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15 minutes ago, Weasel said:

Just assisted another. He's been great for them this season, wonder why we weren't interested.

I was genuinely shocked when we didn't sign him, seemed like a no brainer.

He didn't play well in the friendlies but he had proven pedigree in this league.

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Cardiff 6th straight defeat and they are awa to Fulham next. You just know they are going to stop the rot v us next week. With or without McCarthy.

As for Patterson - Am not saying it was the posters above but there were so many on here who were very against us signing Patterson in summer based on a few minutes in pre season. Saying he looked very poor.

 

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53 minutes ago, Old Codger said:

seem to remember that the consensus was that he was a permacrock and not someone that could be relied on, but good luck to the lad (except against us) 

Yeah if I'm honest I wasn't bothered at all when we didn't sign him.

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