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  1. Graham

    Jimmy Kebe

    [quote user="lappinitup"]The quoting function clearly doesn''t work for you Graham, are you hoping by keep using it, it will correct itself?[/quote]

    Yes. I imagine it takes a number of uses by new members before it will begin to work, however thank you for bringing it to my attention ''lapping''.
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    Jimmy Kebe

    [quote user="Joey Deacan"][quote user="Graham"][quote user="Joey Deacan"][quote user="Graham"]I must say I do not really like Jimmy Kebe, from what I have seen of him I have never been overly impressed, am I right in thinking that he has had a couple of injuries over the last two seasons too? However I think it is fair to say that he flourished at Reading more when they played the attacking style which characterised their championship efforts rather than the long ball game we have seen this season.[/quote]Hey there Mr Positive, would you like your glass re-filled?[/quote]

    I am simply being realistic ''Joey'', Kebe is a bit older than the targets I would like to see. What may be your suggestions?[/quote]Nathan Redmond or failing that, any of the brilliant players I have signed on football manager, tried and tested method im sure you will agree[/quote]

    I would certainly agree with Nathan Redmond, he looks like an exciting prospect.
  3. Graham

    Jimmy Kebe

    [quote user="Joey Deacan"][quote user="Graham"]I must say I do not really like Jimmy Kebe, from what I have seen of him I have never been overly impressed, am I right in thinking that he has had a couple of injuries over the last two seasons too? However I think it is fair to say that he flourished at Reading more when they played the attacking style which characterised their championship efforts rather than the long ball game we have seen this season.[/quote]Hey there Mr Positive, would you like your glass re-filled?[/quote]

    I am simply being realistic ''Joey'', Kebe is a bit older than the targets I would like to see. What may be your suggestions?
  4. Graham

    Jimmy Kebe

    I must say I do not really like Jimmy Kebe, from what I have seen of him I have never been overly impressed, am I right in thinking that he has had a couple of injuries over the last two seasons too? However I think it is fair to say that he flourished at Reading more when they played the attacking style which characterised their championship efforts rather than the long ball game we have seen this season.
  5. [quote user="ncfcstar"][quote user="Graham"]Matthew Patterson, he was an Australian central midfielder who played for us a few years ago, seemed very good by all accounts however unfortunately the club were forced to release him following relegation.[/quote]Matty Patterson, the South African drunk who turned up to training in his pants - are you seriously suggesting he was good?  The club did the right thing by getting rid!Shelvey would be a good signing IMO, has potential to be a very good player in years to come and is still only 21.[/quote]

    I am not sure where you are getting your information from, in my eyes he seemed a model professional: hard working, kept quiet and a good team player. Maybe you should follow his attributes a bit more closely in your own actions.
  6. [quote user="SYG"]Both have been mentioned (probably not credible at all) but, ''IF'' we had to get one of them, who would you prefer?...[/quote]

    Why not post this in the transfer link above? Now someone else will have to transfer this conversation across. What a waste of both time and a demonstration of your laziness.
  7. Graham

    Calderwood or *****?

    ''Let''s be having you''

    Please refrain from such repulsive language, it does not make you any more funny nor clever.
  8. Graham

    Premier League Wages

    [quote user="morty"]Will financial fair play eventually put a cap on wage expenditure, as a specific percentage of your income?[/quote]

    Yes. Eventually net spend as a whole by the club will be considered Mortimer; you should know that.
  9. Graham

    Palace & Ince

    [quote user="refjezdavies"]When we got promoted we went for Elliott Bennett and pilkington

    Last season we opted for snodgrass

    This season we need to progress it again and go for a top European winger like capel[/quote]

    I would rather Ince, he is younger and more familiar with English football. This Capel would be an expensive gamble which most likely would not pay off.
  10. Forgive me, he was South African.
  11. Matthew Patterson, he was an Australian central midfielder who played for us a few years ago, seemed very good by all accounts however unfortunately the club were forced to release him following relegation.
  12. Graham

    Robbie Keane

    Absolutely ridiculous. No thank-you.
  13. Graham

    Harry Kane

    I agree, the future of football is in the younger generations and I think that it is important that we take a step forward and strengthen the squad as a whole with younger players- a strategy which would work even better if such players had premier league experience (as in the cases of Kane and Andy Griffin at Doncaster).
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    Steve Bruce for Wigan ?

    I do not really care!
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