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Summer Departures
Discussion started by Wolves , 03 June, 2019 14:25
Summer Departures
Wolves 03 June, 2019 14:25
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/08/2019 18:26 by Ivybridge Wolf.

Re: Summer Departures
Cheshire wolf 03 June, 2019 16:15
Good inaugural item Ivybridge. I have always felt sorry for Michal Zyro as I thought he showed good natural talent and promise before that dreadful high tackle put him on the sick table and did for him - much the same way as the ACL injury did for Nouha Dicko. I wish him well. I must admit I find the contract extension for Bright surprising, as I don’t think he will ever make it into Nuno’s reckoning!

Re: Summer Departures
chicagowolf 04 June, 2019 15:45
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Cheshire wolf
Good inaugural item Ivybridge. I have always felt sorry for Michal Zyro as I thought he showed good natural talent and promise before that dreadful high tackle put him on the sick table and did for him - much the same way as the ACL injury did for Nouha Dicko. I wish him well. I must admit I find the contract extension for Bright surprising, as I don’t think he will ever make it into Nuno’s reckoning!

No you wouldn't have expected Bright to stay but Nuno does seem to match a ruthless determination to improve with some chances for most to shine. You never know.
What was more surprising was the support of Traore, who appears to be doing everything that was previously said of him, namely terrifying speed matched by lack of end product! Anyone seen glimmers of improvement?

Re: Summer Departures
Andy Fincher 04 June, 2019 18:32
Another departure is W88 as sponsor. replaced by ManBet X who also sponsor Crystal Palace.

Re: Summer Departures
Cheshire wolf 10 June, 2019 10:21
It’s looking increasingly likely that Costa will go to Leeds, possibly on loan


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