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    But then you have to find replacements at this late stage, and with no realistic sums of money to do this, we are at a competitive disadvantage even before the season starts. Do you ever think your posts through?
  2. 1 point
    Don't mind the rumours of departures and incomings nothing worse than half a story tho ffs man name the defender he's no gonna put a hit out on u costa nostra style
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    No fishing with this 1 brother crazy to hang on to players like that if there's cash on the table tho I smell major BS ! Whites got better but him and Traff are still pretty limited players be willing to take my chances without them nxt season!
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    There's no way any club would pay for that pair if wev rejected any kinda decent money that's crazy stuff ! On another note glad Robbos addressing our glaring problem up top at long last
  5. 1 point
    Check out Glebe Park !!!!
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    Credit where credit's due - that is one terrific kit.
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