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Jason

Kenedy

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3 minutes ago, Vesper said:

hell you sound like DoF material!!!

RUTHLESS is my middle name:D

Ha thanks Ves!

Working in investmwnt banking myself i usually know a deal when i see one.

In an other life we'd run the club together :)

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1 minute ago, Magic Lamps said:

Ha thanks Ves!

Working in investmwnt banking myself i usually know a deal when i see one.

In an other life we'd run the club together :)

I truly want to own a footie team some day, obviusly not an EPL one, unless I had a shit tonne of other investors

IF Germany ever changed the 50% plus 1 rule

here is the one!!

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48 minutes ago, Magic Lamps said:

and that's what you need. Someone who is rutheless. who kicks the shit out and brings quality in. Who sees players for what they are and not what they are hyped up to be. Someone who knows the market inside out. If you can't get the absolute top players, you come up with a viable alternative. Keeping the deadwood is just as bad as not brininging in quality as it costs tons of money and blocks space.If a gamble does not work out fine, get the fuck out and a new one in.  If a player you want is available at a price, shut up and pay up. Not rocket science. But you need both, business and football knowledge. 

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Chelsea lower £30m asking price for versatile ace in bid to find transfer suitors

https://www.caughtoffside.com/2019/05/16/chelsea-kenedy-transfer-asking-price-cut-newcastle-latest/

Chelsea are reportedly looking for buyers for versatile Brazilian ace Kenedy in this summer’s transfer window.

The 23-year-old has spent plenty of time out on loan after struggling to break through at Stamford Bridge, and was at Newcastle for the entire 2018/19 campaign and half of the previous season.

It remains to be seen if he can be brought to St James’ Park permanently, with the Chronicle suggesting that’s looking unlikely after a lack of impact this term, as they claim Chelsea are lowering their £30million asking price for the player in a bid to offload him.

This could invite suitors from elsewhere, but it makes sense that Newcastle may not be interested in him even at a more reasonable price.

Kenedy has also not done a huge amount to impress in recent times, having failed to nail down a set position and contributing just one goal and one assist in the season just gone.

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5 hours ago, Vesper said:

Chelsea lower £30m asking price for versatile ace in bid to find transfer suitors

https://www.caughtoffside.com/2019/05/16/chelsea-kenedy-transfer-asking-price-cut-newcastle-latest/

Chelsea are reportedly looking for buyers for versatile Brazilian ace Kenedy in this summer’s transfer window.

The 23-year-old has spent plenty of time out on loan after struggling to break through at Stamford Bridge, and was at Newcastle for the entire 2018/19 campaign and half of the previous season.

It remains to be seen if he can be brought to St James’ Park permanently, with the Chronicle suggesting that’s looking unlikely after a lack of impact this term, as they claim Chelsea are lowering their £30million asking price for the player in a bid to offload him.

This could invite suitors from elsewhere, but it makes sense that Newcastle may not be interested in him even at a more reasonable price.

Kenedy has also not done a huge amount to impress in recent times, having failed to nail down a set position and contributing just one goal and one assist in the season just gone.

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Good luck to the lad. I hope he finds a good move for himself.

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