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If jones goes then i think we have cleared out the players who arent good enough save for coates probably. We still need to turn some loans into permanent deals but some serious work has been done.

 

Going to be a busy few days!

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Given is the kind of number 2 you need, an experienced pro who if gets thrown in due to an injury we know he can play at prem level and handle pressure, much better then a guy who's barely championship standard and shits himself everytime the ball comes near him.

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He's only 37 and hungry for success. If we improve him over then next couple of years we could sell him on at a profi... ...oh, he's on loan.

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Shrewd signing in the fact that the owners haven't spent any fucking money. If Coates hadn't done his knee in he'd probably be gone too. Wonder if that Martin Lewis fella is in charge of our transfer fund(s)?.

 

Werner is waiting for Theo Huxtable to ring him back after an offer of a pay as you play deal was mooted.

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Given is the kind of number 2 you need, an experienced pro who if gets thrown in due to an injury we know he can play at prem level and handle pressure, much better then a guy who's barely championship standard and shits himself everytime the ball comes near him.

 

So we badly need a centre half (1 at least) and another wide attacking player and we are fucking about with the goalkeepers. Shouldn't be surprised really, rank one fucking amateurs.

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Requirements : Centre Half + Wide attacker...possibly another striker(?)

 

Who do we get linked with? Shay fucking Given!!!!

 

Fuck off John Henry! You want Champions League? Get the fucking cheque book out then....or if you've no inclination to then give your fucking arse a rest.

 

And while I'm ranting, shove your next open letter up your arse sideways.

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Given was dire for Ireland at Euro 2012 and for Villa when he did play last season, still the fact that he was once good gives him something over Jones (who to be fair did have a couple of good games last season when Pepe got injured and has always come across as a decent lad but should never have been signed)

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utter shite from FSG. they can fuck off with top4 talk when they can't even back the manager that they bought in themselfs. the fucking cunts are asset stripping the club before selling up. don't be surprised if sell Suarez on deadline day and bring in some shitty loan replacement(torres) to make things even worse

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We're signing Shay Given? Hallelujah. Who needs Mikhitiryan, Costa and Willian when we'll be bringing in Shay Given instead. The marquee signing we were looking for has finally arrived.

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We're signing Shay Given? Hallelujah. Who needs Mikhitiryan, Costa and Willian when we'll be bringing in Shay Given instead. The marquee signing we were looking for has finally arrived.

 

and perhaps Thiago Illori. who we can't agree a fee for. you would think its the one playing for PSG we are trying to sign. Thiago Silva

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