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Thread: JJ gets a new deal

  1. #1
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    JJ gets a new deal

    Well done JJ, deserved 5 year new deal. He's one of our own....

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    Let's hope that chunbinunmk followed suit.

  3. #3
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    Great news, following on from O'Reilly (18) and Iroegbunum (18). Although Chukwuemeka (18) still has until Oct 23 on his contract, he is apparently stalling on an extension.

    There are only 4 months (2 years younger than JJ) between Tim and Carney, and I can’t see SG starting them together any time soon. Therefore, I see us letting Carney go. He’s U23 and homegrown, so we’ll still get a few quid for him.

    Archer (20) banging them in, as is Barry (18) at Swindon. Azaz (21) in the season X1 for league 2. Kesler-Hayden (19) is flying it, and watch out for our defensive prospects Bogarde (18) and Chrisene (18) plus the lads in the U18s Smith and Feeney.

    So, some great prospects to hopefully go with 4 or 5 finished articles, to be added this summer.

  4. #4
    I couldn't disagree more ExV - "ya don't win anything with kids"

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