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[Albion] *** The Official January 2023 Deadline Day Transfer Window Thread***



Paulie Gualtieri

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May 8, 2018
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So, here we are.

It all comes down to this.

Hot topics

Potential In:
Lee Kang-In
Vintnha (The other one)
Matviyenko

Confirmed In:
Barber / Bloom

Potential Out:
Caicedo

How will you be spending your transfer deadline day before the window formally slams shut?
 










Mental Lental

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Jul 5, 2003
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Shiki-shi, Saitama
Didn't we sign a 19 year old from Sweden?

Edit: Oh wait DEADLINE DAY thread.

I'll get my coat.
 












BRIGHT ON Q

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Jul 5, 2003
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Away from Chelsea, the yanks at Bmouth seem to be splashing it about a bit too.
 




Paulie Gualtieri

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May 8, 2018
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We have to assume all future incomings under RDZ are validated as hot blooded big ball merchants, which is potentially at odds with the NDP but it is what it is
 




WhingForPresident

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Feb 23, 2009
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Heading to the office on the train (2 hour each way commute) this morning just so I can have some peace, not have to worry about school runs etc and put all of my attention into the deadline day sideshow under the guise of doing work. Exciting stuff.
 


sparkie

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Jul 17, 2003
12,730
Hove
So, here we are.

It all comes down to this.

Hot topics

Potential In:
Lee Kang-In
Vintnha (The other one)
Matviyenko

Confirmed In:
Barber / Bloom

Potential Out:
Caicedo

How will you be spending your transfer deadline day before the window formally slams shut?
Add Undav to the "Potential Out" list.

And van Hecke to the "Potentially Potential Out" list.
 


WhingForPresident

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Feb 23, 2009
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Away from Chelsea, the yanks at Bmouth seem to be splashing it about a bit too.
Zabarnyi from Dynamo Kyiv is an interesting signing for them. Very highly-rated & 20 odd international caps already at the age of 20. Could be a masterstroke if he adapts quickly, but I think he is likely to struggle early on, personally.
 








Paulie Gualtieri

Bada Bing
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May 8, 2018
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Heading to the office on the train (2 hour each way commute) this morning just so I can have some peace, not have to worry about school runs etc and put all of my attention into the deadline day sideshow under the guise of doing work. Exciting stuff.
I did todays work on Friday, which is being drip fed today
 


Brovion

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Jul 6, 2003
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Bit different from earlier years. Usually before the window SLAMMED shut all the posts would be about us buying strikers, and as the day progressed the names got worse and the prices got higher. Then there would be the usual frothing when we hadn't made a last minute panic buy.

Now it's about holding on to our stars for a bit longer before they depart to one of the big clubs. And I mean really big clubs. Gone are the days when Bridcutt wanted to go to somewhere like Sunderland, and gone are the days when we had to sell Mark Beeney to Leeds to fend off the Taxman. Also gone are the days when we often used to be glad to see the back of a player, to somewhere like Chester not Chelsea, with someone always offering to 'drive him there myself'.

For all its frustrations I prefer the current situation.
 




jcdenton08

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Oct 17, 2008
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Expecting a busy day with constant touting of Caicedo to Arsenal by the usual DULLARDS on Twitter
 


nickbrighton

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Feb 19, 2016
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With the prognosis on Fergusons injury looking more and more promising (walkinng without crutch or special boot at the u21s yesterday) is the best outcome for today - nothing at all?
 


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