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#SWFC Summer 2018 Transfer Window Rumours Thread

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João Amaral, Salvador Agra and Cristian Arango will know the future in the week that starts tomorrow, Record said . The three players already know that they do not tell Rui Vitória next season and are studying at this time the best solutions to pursue their career next season.

 

As we have already written, the fate of João Amaral, hired this seasoned to V. Setúbal, could go through English football.Sheffield Wednesday, the team that plays in the Championship (2nd Division), has already announced that they would like to have the extreme next season and the incarnates only wait for the proposal to reach the Light.

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If  the sale of Bannon and FF  ,Who I think are brilliant players ,Can help Jos put together a promotion side so be it .Abdi ,Rhodes and fox should be out before ,But with the wages they are on ,They will happy to see out their contract.

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21 minutes ago, jack whitham said:

João Amaral, Salvador Agra and Cristian Arango will know the future in the week that starts tomorrow, Record said . The three players already know that they do not tell Rui Vitória next season and are studying at this time the best solutions to pursue their career next season.

 

As we have already written, the fate of João Amaral, hired this seasoned to V. Setúbal, could go through English football.Sheffield Wednesday, the team that plays in the Championship (2nd Division), has already announced that they would like to have the extreme next season and the incarnates only wait for the proposal to reach the Light.

You can't argue with any of that.

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4 minutes ago, royalowlisback said:

You can't argue with any of that.

No you cant..just begs the question is he a replacement for Wallace or Fessi ?..i dont think Bannan will go but i have  strong feeling Fernando will be on his way.

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3 minutes ago, jack whitham said:

 

 

If Fessi is on his way - and I pray to God that he isn’t as he’s been our best player for 3 seasons - then he better get a very big transfer fee.

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I’ve said it several times but I think we’ll go with what we’ve already got. It’s our best chance of challenging next season. If we have an overhaul starting now it’ll take us a season or two to get back at the level we are at now and I think Chansiri is desperate to get promotion a.s.a.p.?

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3 minutes ago, Pulcinella said:

 

If Fessi is on his way - and I pray to God that he isn’t as he’s been our best player for 3 seasons - then he better get a very big transfer fee.

Agree 100%..not sure when his contract is up but we should be looking for 18 mill +..dont want him to go but think it will be hard to keep him.

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Stop talking about Fernando moving on its sparking my IBS...

 

The team will be built around him he ain't going anywhere. Jo's knows his qualities

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I see Sunderland Chairman has said there has been no contact with Sunderland regarding players. This shows report in papers was Agency generated and is good news in we are no longer being solely guided by a certain group of Agency's.

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1 hour ago, jack whitham said:

João Amaral, Salvador Agra and Cristian Arango will know the future in the week that starts tomorrow, Record said . The three players already know that they do not tell Rui Vitória next season and are studying at this time the best solutions to pursue their career next season.

 

As we have already written, the fate of João Amaral, hired this seasoned to V. Setúbal, could go through English football.Sheffield Wednesday, the team that plays in the Championship (2nd Division), has already announced that they would like to have the extreme next season and the incarnates only wait for the proposal to reach the Light.

Wednesday have no interest in him.

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1 hour ago, royalowlisback said:

You can't argue with any of that.

Sounds just like someone we used to know.

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1 hour ago, jack whitham said:

João Amaral, Salvador Agra and Cristian Arango will know the future in the week that starts tomorrow, Record said . The three players already know that they do not tell Rui Vitória next season and are studying at this time the best solutions to pursue their career next season.

 

As we have already written, the fate of João Amaral, hired this seasoned to V. Setúbal, could go through English football.Sheffield Wednesday, the team that plays in the Championship (2nd Division), has already announced that they would like to have the extreme next season and the incarnates only wait for the proposal to reach the Light.

That copper from Allo Allo wrote that. 

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Jokanovic benched Nando for the majority of time he was at Watford. 

 

I'd think Fulham will be looking at better options tbh than a 28 year old with no track record in the top flight. 

 

That Mail article seems like typical page filler, lazy journalism. Says we are selling due to mounting debt, no mention of the real reason which is FFP. 

 

Who knows...needless to say, we should prepare ourselves for story after story. 

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Oh and according to Nixon, Nottingham Forest are now Mendes new project. 

 

Expect him to part finance their promotion push like he seemingly did at Wolves. Dodgy as hell, but as long as the EFL keep their focus on punishing teams for spending their own money (like us, potentially) then it's all good. 

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1 hour ago, Pulcinella said:

 

If Fessi is on his way - and I pray to God that he isn’t as he’s been our best player for 3 seasons - then he better get a very big transfer fee.

 

If he stays at the club will it be down to you praying to God?  If so can you then pray that we get promoted? 

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17 minutes ago, SiJ said:

Oh and according to Nixon, Nottingham Forest are now Mendes new project. 

 

Expect him to part finance their promotion push like he seemingly did at Wolves. Dodgy as hell, but as long as the EFL keep their focus on punishing teams for spending their own money (like us, potentially) then it's all good. 

What does Mendes want to do then get as many clubs in the prem as he can then dominant English football. 

or have enough premier league clubs votes at meetings so he can sway opinions. 

 

Why another champ club invested in heavily. makes little sense.

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If he was involved at Wolves how can he do the same at forest? Is it because he doesn’t own them?

 

I think we will see a bit of change this summer, it’s only right that a manager puts his own stamp on a team.

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21 minutes ago, pazowl55 said:

What does Mendes want to do then get as many clubs in the prem as he can then dominant English football. 

or have enough premier league clubs votes at meetings so he can sway opinions. 

 

Why another champ club invested in heavily. makes little sense.

Its all dodgy and hopefully will end in massive debts and complete failure . Marinakis and Mendes what a dubious combination.

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Obviously we would be laughing at others giving out if we were the ones Mendes was helping, not Forrest. The football league do seriously need to look at it regardless of whether Forest go up or not. 

 

Modern day football is not the type of football I grew up with. There were always big clubs and clubs who got a sugar daddy owner I.e Blackburn and Newcastle. However, if you told me 20 years ago, that an agent would have enough influence and financial clout to pick a championship club at random to get them promoted, I would say that's taking away the competitiveness out of the league and could only last so long. 

 

The championship as a league is vastly underrated and the fact that Sunderland finished bottom were the only team not to concede to the top team shows that anything can happen. It would be a travesty if that was to change 

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Norwich coming in hard for Ben Marshall, according to Nixon. As the competition is against Millwall they might well succeed. Good signing IMO and a pity we are short of funds. Will be interesting to see if there is any movement on the transfer front this week as the players return on the 25th.

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