Cameron

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Cameron

Post by 222gers » Wed Jul 10, 2019 6:51 pm

West London Sport saying Cameron likely to join us as a permanent signing rather than another loan. He should steady up our midfield but we seem to be amassing a rather large squad. I suppose the club knows how much we can afford in wages to stay within bloody FFP.

Edit..... sorry didn't see that Esox mentioned this on the transfer thread.

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Re: Cameron

Post by old pauline » Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:03 pm

I guess if Wszolek, Cousins, Freeman and Luongo exit then we won't be overloaded in midfield with Ball, Amos, Smith and Cameron joining. Wheeler might be on his way yet.

Likewise in defence I can see the likes of Kakay, Hamaleinen, Rowan and Wells being released or loaned out.

That would leave Rangel, Furlong, Leistner, Hall, Barbet, Masterson and Wallace which I don't think is too many.
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Re: Cameron

Post by whittonhoop » Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:10 pm

Let’s hope he comes and gets more games this season, awesome when fit at this level.

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Re: Cameron

Post by Montag » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:26 pm

Good.
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