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Pic of Traore at wolves. I know its just a formality but still gutted

 

That could be anyone  :upside_down:

 

Yeah I'm not 100% that's Adama. I'll believe it when I see it.

 

Unfortunately it is definitely Adama, Sky Sports have just shown the video (where the picture has come from) and without a doubt it is him.

 

Yeah I know, I was just messing  :blush:

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As an alternative to Hugill would anyone have Joselu?

 

Same kind of player just reckon he would be cheaper, can actually play in the premiership and has decent technique

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As an alternative to Hugill would anyone have Joselu?

 

Same kind of player just reckon he would be cheaper, can actually play in the premiership and has decent technique

 

he's absolutely awful man, lad i work with has a Newcastle season ticket and said he's probably the worst finisher he's seen in the 9 years he's had one.

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Dong Gook Lee could play in the Prem too, he just wasn't very good at it.

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As an alternative to Hugill would anyone have Joselu?

 

Same kind of player just reckon he would be cheaper, can actually play in the premiership and has decent technique

 

he's absolutely awful man, lad i work with has a Newcastle season ticket and said he's probably the worst finisher he's seen in the 9 years he's had one.

 

Ask West Ham fans about hughill

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As an alternative to Hugill would anyone have Joselu?

 

Same kind of player just reckon he would be cheaper, can actually play in the premiership and has decent technique

 

he's absolutely awful man, lad i work with has a Newcastle season ticket and said he's probably the worst finisher he's seen in the 9 years he's had one.

 

Ask West Ham fans about hughill

 

I'd be more likely to ask Preston seen as he played 100 more games for them.

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As an alternative to Hugill would anyone have Joselu?

 

Same kind of player just reckon he would be cheaper, can actually play in the premiership and has decent technique

 

he's absolutely awful man, lad i work with has a Newcastle season ticket and said he's probably the worst finisher he's seen in the 9 years he's had one.

 

Ask West Ham fans about hughill

 

West Ham fans wouldn’t say anything about Hugill, he played about 20 mins for them last season

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As an alternative to Hugill would anyone have Joselu?

 

Same kind of player just reckon he would be cheaper, can actually play in the premiership and has decent technique

 

he's absolutely awful man, lad i work with has a Newcastle season ticket and said he's probably the worst finisher he's seen in the 9 years he's had one.

 

Ask West Ham fans about hughill

 

Well if you ask a Preston fan they will tell you that they struggled without Hugill last year. To us now, the Championship is all that matters.

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Hugill is solid in this league and will fit in to the formation and tactics Pullis likes. Simples

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Usmanov selling his shares in ***nal to stan kronke. He is unlikely to invest in another premier league club according to ssn. Never said anything about championship clubs. I've never wanted us to have a foreign owner but wonder if he has any interest in investing lower than the premier league

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Usmanov selling his shares in ***nal to stan kronke. He is unlikely to invest in another premier league club according to ssn. Never said anything about championship clubs. I've never wanted us to have a foreign owner but wonder if he has any interest in investing lower than the premier league

 

You want a shady Russian buying into the club in this climate?

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