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  1. Bournemouth defender Rhoys Wiggins has been forced to retire due to a serious knee problem suffered more than 18 months ago. The 30-year-old, who was on loan at Birmingham at the time of the the injury in October 2016, has undergone a series of operations but been unable to make a full recovery. "This isn't something I ever thought I would have to write at the age of 30, but due to the injury I sustained in October 2016 I am unfortunately not able to continue with the job I love to do," wrote Wiggins in an open letter to Cherries fans on the club's website. "I have been battling for the last two years, doing everything possible to get back out there, but my knee just won't allow me to do so. I know he hardly played for us and when he did he was gash but its always a shame when you see this
  2. What a load of tosh, Hoopers been to about 3 different countries already with his family this off season (Not digging Hooper out should enjoy his break) - Plenty of pictures on his instagram think he was even in Dubai with Joao, Hunt & Bannan But yeah doubt old lads being coming back from Dubai, Italy and wherever else for a 4 hour fitness drill at Middlewood Road
  3. I hope he can come good him and Fred same age 24 so plenty of time in front of em and both good on Ball. Was hoping JVA could play a little bit more with Loovens to gain that experience just like Lees did. But not to be, One thing JVA has that non of our other CBs have is height. he's about 6 foot 4
  4. I'd be playing FF just behind Hooper & Nuhiu/Joao
  5. I didn't base my suggestion on his spell at Boro tbf it was based on what he did for New York City in the MLS. at 19/20 he was creating chances and scoring goals and obviously he's moved to City and is gonna be nowhere near the first team so he's obviously available on loan. Sometimes it doesn't work out at clubs for certain players. We've had enough loan players and even permanent players that have been dross for us and gone on to have good spells/careers with other clubs
  6. 14 Goals in 50 games from RW/LW would indicate an eye for a goal. Plus with how he can get to byline and deliver balls if he got 15 assists and only 4/5 goals i think we'd be happy. Not bothered about who scores em we just need someone with a good final ball into box. We've been missing it for 2 years
  7. No i agree some of them are garbage but what a lot of em are in that league are quick and he gets away from em easy enough. Think loaning him would 100% be a win win for us.
  8. Looks even better than i thought in that Video
  9. He is and gone a different way about breaking through after being released at a young age by a few sides. Man City payed £4m for him in Jan I think he is someone who could offer us a Plan B and if really gets firing makes himself part of "Plan A". Suppose it depends what we're looking for but i've no doubt he will probably come out on loan to a Champ side and do well.
  10. Jack Harrison Personal information Full nameJack David Harrison[1] Date of birth20 November 1996 (age 21) Place of birthStoke-on-Trent, England Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) Playing positionWinger Club information Current team Middlesbrough (on loan from Manchester City) Number23 Youth career 2002–2003 Liverpool 2003–2010 Manchester United 2013–2015 Manhattan Soccer Club College career Years Team Apps(Gls) 2015 Wake Forest Demon Deacons 22 (8) Senior career* YearsTeamApps(Gls) 2016–2018 New York City 56 (14) 2018– Manchester City 0(0) 2018–→ Middlesbrough (loan) 4 (0) National team‡ 2017–England U21 2 (0) * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15:00, 6 May 2018 ‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 10 October 2017 Wikipedia page
  11. This was a great post until you put Palmer at RB
  12. He's more of a winger but i think he's probably able to play an attacking role and no not really because when Pulis took over the tactic was give it Traore. I think given games he'd be a great champ player. He's only about 22 as well
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