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Anthony Gordon

cjbyid

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Newcastle obviously have all the monies so probably don't care but that's still alot. Is he even worth that?
 

Flobadob

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This is a shit signing for Newcastle IMO. They don’t lack players with pace, power or transitional ability. They lack quality in the final third. When teams sit back against them they really struggle to break them down. Will be happy if this goes through as it solves none of their problems
 

Frozen_Waffles

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I watched him last season and he was a massive prospect. Stood out for a good england under 21s team as well earlier this season.

Bags of talent.

I have not watched much of Everton this season for obvious reasons but if it is true that he has downed tools and the fans have turned against him then those are massive red flags for a any player (especially a young one).

I also think he would have played RWB for us, so if we sign Porro there is no point in Gordon as well.

What I love is that we are not just signing good players under Paratici, we are signing good characters. If there are any questions about character then we should walk away and it seems as if we have.
 

Aay_Jay_Dee

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I watched him last season and he was a massive prospect. Stood out for a good england under 21s team as well earlier this season.

Bags of talent.

I have not watched much of Everton this season for obvious reasons but if it is true that he has downed tools and the fans have turned against him then those are massive red flags for a any player (especially a young one).

I also think he would have played RWB for us, so if we sign Porro there is no point in Gordon as well.

What I love is that we are not just signing good players under Paratici, we are signing good characters. If there are any questions about character then we should walk away and it seems as if we have.
Isnt there question marks over Danjumas attitude?
 

VoteMe4Prez

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Oct 6, 2013
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Really can't get around that price tag for someone who did f all last season for the Toffees but score some deflected goals
 

hughy

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He ain't securing them 4th.

I think Newcastle will be the ones to suffer if any of us, Chelsea or Liverpool really kick in to gear in the second half of the season. They've done well this season, but are incredibly fortunate that it's a weak league this year.
 
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