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Just A Bit Of A Moan

Everybody likes a bit of transfer gossip, but once you have heard the same stories for the past 2-3 weeks, it gets a bit tiresome.

Us Wolves fans have heard a few rumours, and got the slight bit of info on the bid rejected by Southend for Freddy Eastwood, and Billy Sharp from Scunthorpe, but… its getting me down!

1 million for Freddy Eastwood was never enough! - Why are we wasting our time offering pennies! Offer them money they can`t refuse - or at least an offer near the final selling price! In my opinion, they need to offer at least another million to even have a chance! He`s a proven goal scorer, even if he is ugly!

With the Express and Star today writing 'Wolves are poised to make a new bid for Freddy Eastwood - after Southend today admitted for the first time they may have to sell their star striker`, can we actually take all this malarkey seriously?! No doubt, a club with a bit of cash such as Charlton, or West Brom when Kamara leaves will come in last minute, cough up the coins, and take him off their hands, while what are we left with... A few more weeks of rumours and wildcard such as Ward again? - No thanks...

I have no problem with Wolves` new transfer policy, infact, I like it... a lot... but please please PLEASE Wolves - start signing players - before the players sign for other clubs!

Such players I am talking about are the likes of Billy Jones from Crewe, who I see reading on BBC Sport today has gone to…. 'Preston boss Paul Simpson has made Crewe defender Billy Jones his first new signing of the summer.`

'Jones, 20, has agreed a four-year deal and will complete the move on 1 July when his Crewe contract expires` - A FREEBIE! <--- He should have been ours!

Never mind... - Let`s just hope we can find just as good, if not better players elsewhere...!

Toure of Arsenal would be nice =D!!




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Date:Tuesday June 12 2007

Time: 9:08PM

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They are far better than tattoo's you can wash transfers off when you want a change
Big Cheese
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13/06/2007 00:48:00

Im sure you spend once the deal for the clubs gone though.Are you lucking for Young up comming Players Like Sharp,Commons,Eastwood,Jones just to name a few.
matty17x
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14/06/2007 22:34:00

 

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