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24 minutes ago, God of war said:

A big stadium and team that finished 7th in Polish league, i magic...ūü§£

Good luck to him. You could not even¬†polish a turd.¬†Why can‚Äôt you name anyone you have scouted? Dib dib dib. ūüėā¬†

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34 minutes ago, Cumbriansaint72 said:

Agree with you on good luck to him, just wonder if his agent had already lined it up prior to end of season.

 

 

I’d imagine his agent was touting him about from January onwards.

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39 minutes ago, BuddieinEK said:
58 minutes ago, alanb said:

The world is your oyster after here

Could be a decent Championship player for them.

No doubt 

Better belonging to a club than a loan, more committed and engaged 

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2 hours ago, alanb said:

No doubt 

Better belonging to a club than a loan, more committed and engaged 

I've never been convinced it makes any difference.

Most players are professional in attitude and play for their careers every day of their lives.

Any down of tools can finish them overnight.

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Can't see why any of our supporters wouldn't wish Ilkay all the best in his new club. Considering the important contribution he made for us, I'm just glad he's not lining up for one of our rivals in the Premiership. Always seemed like a decent bloke.

As for Lyons, no harm to him, but he was only an OK player for us, I thought. Nothing special. Likely to be the same for Killie in the Championship.

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10 hours ago, oaksoft said:

I've never been convinced it makes any difference.

Most players are professional in attitude and play for their careers every day of their lives.

Any down of tools can finish them overnight.

Scottish football down the years has been littered with players who despite being some of the most skilful around are actually the worst trainers and their off field shenanigans take a toll on the length of their playing career. 

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34 minutes ago, Yflab said:

Scottish football down the years has been littered with players who despite being some of the most skilful around are actually the worst trainers and their off field shenanigans take a toll on the length of their playing career. 

Put that down to their professional attitude. :rolleyes: 

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47 minutes ago, Yflab said:

Scottish football down the years has been littered with players who despite being some of the most skilful around are actually the worst trainers and their off field shenanigans take a toll on the length of their playing career. 

That's no way to talk about Chic Charnley!

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