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Snodgrass,yes or no

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Re: Snodgrass,yes or no

Post  Spuggy on 2017-08-18, 4:46 pm

Or try this :

"However, signing Snodgrass could actually be an upgrade on Gradel, because although the Scotland international may have struggled for form over the past six months, at Championship level he could be a leading star.
With the likes of Hull, Leeds United and Norwich City, the wideman has scored 23 goals and provided 29 assists in 104 appearances in the second tier of English football.
In truth, despite being snubbed at West Ham, Snodgrass was one of the Tigers' key players before his departure from the KCOM Stadium and could arguably still compete in the lower reaches of the top flight, so if Sunderland could sign him it would be a real coup."
The evidence is there. Go for it.
He never dived at Hull - with his knackered knee(s), if he did he would never get up again.
IMO, his game is based on his dominance of his own team. Give him responsibility and he will thrive.
Who says he is on £75k p week at WHam ?  £4m ?  ffs
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Re: Snodgrass,yes or no

Post  gil t azell on 2017-08-18, 5:40 pm

Not if it is at the expense of ding dong.
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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-08-18, 6:00 pm

Another winger? Wrong time for us striker and CB are priority.

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