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17 hours ago, Kid Dynamite said:

Not even back to last seasons strength. Atsu, Carroll, Muto and Lejeune were all options off the bench that we've lost 

Lejeune and Muto were out on loan all last season, Atsu was only available for half the season (but didn't play) as he didn't get a squad place for the first half and on the odd ocasion that Carroll was fit, bagpuss still wouldn't play him even when Wilson was out.  So if we do get Willock we're not really down on last season.  Technically we still have Woodman and Watts available to so you could argue we are up.

It's still not near enough when you see the amount Hendrick and Gayle have had to play in preseason mind.

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i don't mind gayle as a third or fourth choice striker. we need some competition for wilson though as there is a massive drop in quality when he's out injured. getting rondon back would be great - he offers something different plus and you could potentially play those two together in a front two.

 

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8 minutes ago, Dr Gloom said:

i don't mind gayle as a third or fourth choice striker. we need some competition for wilson though as there is a massive drop in quality when he's out injured. getting rondon back would be great - he offers something different plus and you could potentially play those two together in a front two.

 

Rondon would probably live up here, he loves the place. But I very much doubt he'll play for Newcastle again though.

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3 hours ago, David Kelly said:

Lejeune and Muto were out on loan all last season, Atsu was only available for half the season (but didn't play) as he didn't get a squad place for the first half and on the odd ocasion that Carroll was fit, bagpuss still wouldn't play him even when Wilson was out.  So if we do get Willock we're not really down on last season.  Technically we still have Woodman and Watts available to so you could argue we are up.

It's still not near enough when you see the amount Hendrick and Gayle have had to play in preseason mind.

 

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7 minutes ago, trooper said:

Just reading Man Utd could be making a late offer for Messi. He refused to confirm he'd join PSG yesterday

I reckon it's a done deal. Talk of unveiling him at the Eiffel Tower. They've got Neymar and a few argies playing for them 

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17 hours ago, Tom said:

Very underwhelming, he’s absolutely wasted in France.

He's got a chance of winning a few more domestic trophies and potentially the Champions League, all the time living in Paris and playing with Mbappe and Neymar etc. Not sure he'd fancy the Premier League, living in rainy Cheshire and playing with Fred and Matic.

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1 hour ago, The Fish said:

He's got a chance of winning a few more domestic trophies and potentially the Champions League, all the time living in Paris and playing with Mbappe and Neymar etc. Not sure he'd fancy the Premier League, living in rainy Cheshire and playing with Fred and Matic.


Paris is a shithole tbh 

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2 hours ago, Ayatollah Hermione said:

Messi going to France is basically semi-retirement and that’s a FACTAMUNDO

Wherever he chose would be semi-retirement.

 

 

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Gray, Townsend, Begovic, and maybe after Longstaff. In fairness to Everton fans I'd be pretty fucked off with their transfer business so far. Not that we are pulling up any trees obviously, but at least Willock's signing is an exciting prospect for the future. Of course maybe Rafa can work his magic on Longstaff again and turn him back into the player who Man U were looking at. 

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