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When he was at Leeds, his biggest asset was getting into good scoring positions coming from deep. A good attacking header of the the ball, he can cause defenders problems. His defensive qualities not really the best, but not rubbish either. A good squad player who can do well if he stays fit. Good luck to him, he's a good professional. Norwich will be a good move for him.
Looks like the Wet Spam comment has hit the nerve.....Can't wait for Blades to visit the New Blue Peter Stadium this year to play the Irons
re#76. JuliusCaesarWasASocialist Never heard of this guy, but escaping Wet Spam and their overly demanding and often angry fans can only be a good thing for anyone.wow, wet spam, that's REALLY funny. So in what way overly demanding? that they are happy with a top ten finish? And in what way angry? Are they more angry than Newcastle? Bolton? Man Utd? Arsenal? I think not
Who signs who from who? And this merits a hys? Stupid bbc.
Never heard of this guy, but escaping Wet Spam and their overly demanding and often angry fans can only be a good thing for anyone.
Sam wasn’t that good at Leeds and I was surprised by his WestHam move back then... he’s had one or two games where he’s looked OKish em... Strange signing then but looks a no brainer at this money for a decent sub. League 1 money.
No brainer for Norwich. 750k for a good player with Premier league experience is a cracking bit of business.
Pity it did not work out at West ham but good luck to both Sam and Norwich next season.
To all you so called pundits who already have norwich relegated mark my words Come end of the season you will have egg on your face....
Surprised the MUBBC didn't manufacture a link to Byram and man utd.
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