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    A goal and an assist tonight as Derby draw 2-2 against Luton. Relegation looks almost certain if they are hit with a further nine point deduction as threatened for breach of FFP rules. If he can get a good run of form this season (and Derby are mid-table before points deductions) then he should be able to sort a decent transfer in the summer - or even earlier if Derby need money to pay creditors. Could be one to watch in the coming months.

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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sky...hing-efl-rules

    His agent needs to get to work today and get him a move in January.

    Burnley could be a suitable place

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    I’d want every creative player we have avoiding burnley as long as Dyche is there... fine for a big unit up front or a centre half but no coincidence that Brady and Hendrick’s performances for Ireland went downhill upon arriving at Burnley

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    Quote Originally Posted by elatedscum View Post
    I’d want every creative player we have avoiding burnley as long as Dyche is there... fine for a big unit up front or a centre half but no coincidence that Brady and Hendrick’s performances for Ireland went downhill upon arriving at Burnley
    Would prefer a Brentford, Southampton or Crystal Palace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by third policeman View Post
    Would prefer a Brentford, Southampton or Crystal Palace.
    No room at Southampton I'd say and I'd prefer smallbone to advance. If he can get past ward prowse

    Brentford maybe.
    For some of those other premier league clubs that are safe not many have a clear habit of buying young lads. The pressure to succeed is pretty high at wolves and villa. Everton would be a good club to go to but cant see them shopping at derby

    Palace have a pretty settled midfield too.

    He would be wanting a club that will be prepared to take a chance and accepts relegation is possible but not guaranteed. A small cohort..

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    Why not Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid?

    He has 80+ games in the Championship, he’s arguably been our MOM in the last few senior internationals he has played, and he’s still only 20 years old – he’s far from peaking. While Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid might be beyond him at the current moment, he’s on the up and hopefully going to places a Brentford will not reach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ifk101 View Post
    Why not Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid?

    He has 80+ games in the Championship, he’s arguably been our MOM in the last few senior internationals he has played, and he’s still only 20 years old – he’s far from peaking. While Juventus, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid might be beyond him at the current moment, he’s on the up and hopefully going to places a Brentford will not reach.
    BL clubs certainly seem to be keen on looking at English club youth players. We have an office in Munich, all my colleagues are Bayern fans. I was telling them that Bazunu could be an ideal long term replacement for Neuer. A ball playing keeper. Rushing madly and ill-advisedly off his line at times never did Neuer much harm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuttgart88 View Post
    BL clubs certainly seem to be keen on looking at English club youth players. We have an office in Munich, all my colleagues are Bayern fans. I was telling them that Bazunu could be an ideal long term replacement for Neuer. A ball playing keeper. Rushing madly and ill-advisedly off his line at times never did Neuer much harm
    In much the same way Belgian players became very fashionable I think the irish team may well become a not so expensive source of talent for clubs outside the big super league 12... anyone looking at cullen might be thinking that knight would be a handy 5 to 7m gamble..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamo kerry View Post
    In much the same way Belgian players became very fashionable I think the irish team may well become a not so expensive source of talent for clubs outside the big super league 12... anyone looking at cullen might be thinking that knight would be a handy 5 to 7m gamble..
    Cullen has flourished in Netherlands.

    Would love to see more players looking outside of England.
    But the player would have to accept and adapt to a different culture.
    Some players don’t have the right personality for that.

    Always admired Connolly, Sheridan, Stapleton, Babb, Brady, Mahon, Harte and others who were willing to go somewhere where a totally different language was spoken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixer82 View Post
    Cullen has flourished in Netherlands.

    Would love to see more players looking outside of England.
    But the player would have to accept and adapt to a different culture.
    Some players don’t have the right personality for that.

    Always admired Connolly, Sheridan, Stapleton, Babb, Brady, Mahon, Harte and others who were willing to go somewhere where a totally different language was spoken
    Don’t forget Michael Robinson, Micky Walsh, Don Givens, Mick McCarthy, Kevin Moran, Tony Cascarino, John Byrne, Alan Campbell, Liam Buckley, Noel Campbell, Robbie Keane, and of course Liam Brady. Hopefully more to follow in the new post-Brexit scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixer82 View Post
    Cullen has flourished in Netherlands.
    Cullen isn't playing in the Netherlands though.

    Aiden McGeady and John Aldridge both missing from both lists above too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadloserkid View Post
    Cullen isn't playing in the Netherlands though.

    Aiden McGeady and John Aldridge both missing from both lists above too.
    Good shout. Ronnie O’Brien also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fixer82 View Post
    Cullen has flourished in Netherlands.

    Would love to see more players looking outside of England.
    But the player would have to accept and adapt to a different culture.
    Some players don’t have the right personality for that.

    Always admired Connolly, Sheridan, Stapleton, Babb, Brady, Mahon, Harte and others who were willing to go somewhere where a totally different language was spoken
    He is also doing very well in Belgium.

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    Industrious performance as always from Knight with a well taken header from a corner (shocking defending from Bournemouth). Ebosele doing well in patches, does tend to take too much out of the ball. Needs working on his end product but he has the ingredients of developing into a very effective right sided player. Travers for me remains our 3rd choice, solid shot stopper and pretty good with ball at feet, but remains hesitant and reluctant to dominate his box from crosses. I thought the string of games would have built his confidence in this regard, but still lacking. I think it will come though.

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    Festy being left exposed at times in the first half with Knight not tracking back to help out at times. Feel Festy should have been playing RW instead of Knight and Knight playing in midfield instead of the young lad Thompson. Bournemouth looking to expose that right hand side and it's no surprise given how Derby have lined up with Knight and Festy on that side of a 4-3-3.

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    Fair play to Derby as they were much better in the second but Bournemouth will be kicking themselves after losing that game. Thompson showed me as the lad was every in that second half and showing for the ball, Knight similar and the lad could probably play back to back games without looking tired.

    Festy will definitely develop into a very effective right sided player. Looked gassed towards the end and don't think it's the first time. Hopefully can keep picking up good minutes this season and if they drop to League One he'll surely be a big player for them. Knight I wouldn't be surprised if he's off in January, and Burnley will definitely be in for him to try beat others to his signature before the summer.

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