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Fits what bill?

 

Making goals and scoring them. You know, the whole point of football?

 

And what Lino is saying is we need someone who has done that consistently.

 

Like Jordan Obita. :whistle:

 

By the looks of Waghorn’s numbers he has done it consistently in the championship, unlike Jordan Obita. I despair at times.

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Fits what bill? Bang average championship 'scrapper'?

 

Was there any point last season where you stopped and though hmmm I wish we had more bang average players in this team?

 

Me neither

 

It's only a rumour at this stage. Really not worth getting worked up about.

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Fits what bill?

 

Making goals and scoring them. You know, the whole point of football?

 

And what Lino is saying is we need someone who has done that consistently.

 

Like Jordan Obita. :whistle:

 

By the looks of Waghorn’s numbers he has done it consistently in the championship, unlike Jordan Obita. I despair at times.

 

Jordan Obita the left back/left winger?

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Fits what bill? Bang average championship 'scrapper'?

 

Was there any point last season where you stopped and though hmmm I wish we had more bang average players in this team?

 

Me neither

 

It's only a rumour at this stage. Really not worth getting worked up about.

 

Shut yer face!  :fist:

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Obita is a left back ffs

 

But Yea let's spunk a bunch of money on a player who has had 1 good season after 7 seasons of pure mediocrity.

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Are we definitely signing him then?

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Obita is a left back ffs

 

But Yea let's spunk a bunch of money on a player who has had 1 good season after 7 seasons of pure mediocrity.

 

Obita is still bang average and you want him

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Bang average based on what?

 

I think waghorn is bang average based on the nothing seasons he's had before this one. This time last year if we'd been linked there would have been riots in the streets.

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Bang average based on what?

 

I think waghorn is bang average based on the nothing seasons he's had before this one. This time last year if we'd been linked there would have been riots in the streets.

 

I think you need to calm down mate. As Tom has pointed out it's just a rumour and that's the way it will probably stay. I bet it's just his agent touting him around after his form from last season.

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Bang average based on what?

 

I think waghorn is bang average based on the nothing seasons he's had before this one. This time last year if we'd been linked there would have been riots in the streets.

 

I think you need to calm down mate. As Tom has pointed out it's just a rumour and that's the way it will probably stay. I bet it's just his agent touting him around after his form from last season.

 

haha true it's a *** source anyway

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Waghorn would be better than Traore though, more goals and assists. We'd be crazy not to get him in.

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Waghorn would be better than Traore though, more goals and assists. We'd be crazy not to get him in.

 

Who let you off the naughty step?

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Bang average based on what?

 

I think us being linked with him in the last transfer window is enough to justify that. :D

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