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1 minute ago, Randy Sandwich said:

He got the ball on the half way line, he then turned his man and leaving him for dead, then playing an intricate triangle pass with Mane and Salah dipped his shoulder and curled a shot from outside the box which hit the bar, he then chested the rebound down and tried to delicately chip the oncoming keeper but it was cleared off the line.

Wow! When did we sign salah and Mane?

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SDS, it’s Dijksteel at Rockliffe

For all those asking about these 4 players at rockcliffe just before weekend. I have done some digging appears it was bola Browne and 2 premiership loan players, sketchy with details but I believe the

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13 minutes ago, Dynamo Kev said:

pretty sure it was browne with the outrageous jumping back heel to set britt totally clear a few yards out. the keeper rushed him, but it was a total fluff from britt. uses his left foot it in the net if he hits the target, by using his right he brought the rushing keeper into play.

 

It was Fletcher 

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Just now, BoroJake said:

Wow! When did we sign salah and Mane?

Yeah - sort of my point? A sarcastic swipe at people who don't think he's as good as Firmino perhaps - or do you genuinely think I was serious and that was the shot he missed? 

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2 minutes ago, Randy Sandwich said:

Really? Sarcasm is my bag and I'm pretty sure he's serious - I didn't see a hint of sarcasm or even football knowledge myself. Not that I'm Statto. 

Just read his further comments and i stand corrected ?‍♂️

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1 minute ago, Smoggydownsouth said:

Full house at training.

So Fry is training fully fit with the first team? Would mean that he is close to being involved again. Perhaps next weeks Carabao Cup to get some match sharpness. THat would be great.

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Just now, Raf smog said:

yep he is training today,  he was yesterday just with physio and massages. 

there is interest just pretty sure we wont sell.

In Britt?

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Just now, Raf smog said:

yep he is training today,  he was yesterday just with physio and massages. 

there is interest just pretty sure we wont sell.

unless his valuation is met and the player we have lined up is sorted.

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