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Get in Jack, that's what you need to do.


Wish Owen would tell his colleague that it's CAMERON Brannigan.


edit: think he's had a sly word during the celebration there.

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We may well be watching a few members of our early league cup line-ups next season here.


Some tidy looking players in there, even allowing for the level.

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That game showed Borini is not good enough, he was not clinical enough in the first half or creative enough against a team that is not even championship standard.


His goal a premier league standard keeper would have saved and dunns finish was more impressive, sell him now while we can get close to what we paid for him.

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