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Art Vandelay_

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Winks is one of the most vanilla players in existence
Just petered put like a lot of players who find themselves benched for prolonged periods.

Can still remember home and away him bossing Kroos, Modric and Casemiro.



Change of environment will be good for the guy.
 

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jod23

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Haller undergoing his medical in Dortmund right now.

Incredible get for us.


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wadistance

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Na cool. I guess you gotta settle for €30m plebs when you aren’t backed by petroleum state.


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jod23

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Na cool. I guess you gotta settle for €30m plebs when you aren’t backed by petroleum state.


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Who knows he might go ok in Germany, the Bundesliga isnt exactly the PL.

I just think you're trying to hard to pretend losing Haaland wasnt completely and totally devastating.
 

Bojan KantKick

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I just think you're trying to hard to pretend losing Haaland wasnt completely and totally devastating.
TBF I think Dortmund and their fans knew that Haaland was leaving this summer and have done so for a while.
 

wadistance

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Who knows he might go ok in Germany, the Bundesliga isnt exactly the PL.

I just think you're trying to hard to pretend losing Haaland wasnt completely and totally devastating.

Losing a player of Haalands calibre is never what you want to do.

The reality is that unless you’re Bayern Munich, you’re not going to hold onto international stars for long.

The silver lining of Haaland leaving is he’s helped to finance our new CB pairing, Adeyemi, a backup 6, and a replacement striker. Our play the last two years was overwhelmingly Haaland-centric, so if anything it could help us to be more multi-dimensional in attack. Doesn’t matter who scores the goals. It just matters that they’re scored.


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