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Totally agree with the comment about championship strikers. Would rather sign Chris Martin from derby for example who is a proven goalscorer. Jordan Rhodes another example.
Given the continued spate of injured players, perhaps WHU should try and sell a few of the medical staff that have approved the purchase of so many injury prone players. That said, it would be a shame to give up on the likes of Sakho who has displayed pace and finishing skill - some seem to have forgotten that record run of consecutive games in which he scored for WHU.
Is there really nobody in the lower leagues who’s worth a gamble? Rather than trying to expensively re-sign a former player who isn’t even in form.
WHU have told Swansea to " up " their offer. I would tell them to " up " yours. Ayew isn't the answer. Too expensive. A loan deal would be just as effective. Either way, it's a gamble.
It's the last throw of the dice for Swansea. Better to take a high risk loan, there must be agents who want to get exposure in the EPL.
We may be short of options up front but we really need to get shot of some dross, gutted Carroll never went to spend some time on Chelsea’s treatment table so it’d be nice if this deal gets done - Ayew is truly awful
"Swansea may need to break their £15.5m transfer record, paid to Atletico Madrid for Borja Baston in August 2016, to re-sign the 28-year-old."Ayew 'avin a laugh?!?
@13. cotteekidIf you're flogging Snodgrass, we'll take him on a permanent deal. He's been absolutley outstanding for Villa this season.
Oh no . Another possible Huw Jenkins former player return. Who next. Adebayo Akinfenwa and Lee Trundle partnership up front.Maybee I should be head of recruitment.
40. Soccer_maneI wonder which " poxy " Club you support. Liverpool, yeh ?
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