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  1. It might be a case of proving fitness, doubt the old man was fibbin
  2. I've heard a whisper... Grant Hanley will be signing, currently has a little knock, he's being kept on Newcastles books while his injury clears up. Signing expected to be completed 3 weeks into the season.
  3. Them burgers in America will bulk anyone up, he's had a right holiday
  4. Ethan Ebanks-Landell has just signed for MK Dons ON LOAN I think that's incredible. SUFC couldn't afford him? He didn't want to go back? He's just made MK Dons vs. SUFC more interesting...
  5. Trust Carlos, It'll be reyt.
  6. Most likely, but good luck to them. Ince, Malone, Williams, Mooy, K-Palmer are all stand out players in The Championship. We would have done exactly the same, so it'd be good for us and good for football if they stay up.....and be great if we join them.
  7. Marc Roberts (26) to Birmingham annoys me a little. A player with potential. Career going in the right direction... If we sign Keogh and Boyd, are we the club where dinasours come to die?
  8. Westwood, Wildsmith, Dawson Pudil, Fox (Needed), Loovens Lees, (Needed) Hunt, Palmer Forestieri, Reach, Matias Bannan, Abdi, (Needed) Lee, Hutchinson, Jones (Needed), Wallace Hooper, Rhodes, Hirst Fletcher, Joao, Nuhiu Obviously desperate for a CB & RM and they need to the right choice, we're not in a bad way though We might even have to wait till deadline day for the right player, who knows
  9. Ryan Sessegnon at Fulham pays 80p for the bus on match days and travels with fans.
  10. Could be a contribution of both, but this year I really feel we're better suited to kick on. Alex Lopez and Joe Bennett didn't return to us for the start of the last campaign, although Abdi was supposed to ease the loss of Lopez, it didn't quite work out that way.
  11. Just for comparison, in our return to the championship. The players that kept us in this division we're of a much higher quality than those currently at United. Anthony Gardener Michail Antonio Reda Johnson Kieran Lee Miguel Llera Chris Kirkland Jermaine Johnson Chris O'Grady David Prutton Lewis Buxton Their in for soo many hidings it's unreal, they should be greatful to have a player like John Brayford with good experience in this league....instead they want rid
  12. I've also not accounted for things like... Danny Williams leaving Reading on a free transfer. (Huddersfield) Charlie Taylor leaving Leeds on a free transfer.(Burnley) Bassong, Whittaker, Ruddy, Bennett, Mulumbu and Lafferty leaving Norwich... Such an interesting League, The Championship.
  13. McGugan's double wage contract sweetner is now void. Just shows he believed we was in for promotion.
  14. I've noticed, alot of the time in football, teams will end the year stronger, than they start the following season. Especially those that rely on the loan market. Teams like Reading will be without Lewis Grabban, Jordan Mutch and Reece Oxford Fulham will be without Chris Martin, Tomas Kalas, Lucas Piazon etc... Our first opponents Preston are likely to start the season without McGeady Even Aston Villa's first choice Keeper has returned to Manchester United, Sam Johnstone Leeds United have lost Kyle Bartley, Alfonso Pedraza, Modou Barrow and even their manager... Our little rivals haven't got a penny to their name and zero hope of resigning Ethan Blake-Landell While the relegated teams try and steady the ship from wholesale changes; Sunderland, Middlesborough, Hull City Our lack of reliance on the loan market, to finish 4th in the league allows us to start the season with a tight group of players, hopefully all on the same page. Still alot of time to go before the season starts, but I'm glad we haven't got the same issues, as some of the clubs above. (*we all know Will Buckley and Calum McManaman wasn't relied upon or important in our success)