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1 minute ago, Ayresome365 said:

Obafemi Martins?

He’s not 20-23 ?

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Just now, Smoggydownsouth said:

How old is Barthuizen? If that's his name.

26

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1 minute ago, Smoggydownsouth said:

How old is Barthuizen? If that's his name.

26 but he's not a bad shout actually 

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2 minutes ago, Adamjr9 said:

He’s not 20-23 ?

He will be in a year or two though

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2 minutes ago, Smoggydownsouth said:

How old is Barthuizen? If that's his name.

The lad signed a 3 year contract last month

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Just now, BoroJake said:

The lad signed a 3 year contract last month

We should offer Gestede and 5 million lol

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I know we need some cover, especially CB - but right now I think i'd genuinely settle for;

Keep Fry.

Keep Randolph.

Keep Assombalonga.

Shift Shotton.

Shift Saville.

Shift Gestede.

Buy one AMF.

Done.

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37 minutes ago, Smoggydownsouth said:

Even I'm waiting for the twist.

Definitely not good if you're worried too ?

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1 minute ago, 2plus2 said:

I know we need some cover, especially CB - but right now I think i'd genuinely settle for;

Keep Fry.

Keep Randolph.

Keep Assombalonga.

Shift Shotton.

Shift Saville.

Shift Gestede.

Buy one AMF.

Done.

Far too much work in there.  I'd settle for what we have now.  If we can get one more through then great but last thing we need is to pay silly fees for loans or inflated transfer fees

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