Fernando Llorente

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Really coming round to the idea this is a quality signing. He's a strong guy, going to be a real handful, and will create holes for others. Can even see Janssen playing off him in cup games, and getting goals.
 

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Welcome Mr Llorente

If you'd have been at Wembley when we played Chelsea a couple of weeks ago, you will have quite clearly heard the drums, Fernando. But they've stopped now, thankfully.


I digress; that's enough ABBA for today as the transfer window shuts at 11pm and therefore my next gag of asking Spurs to gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight would be even more stupid unless we'd asked for an extension.

You win some you lose some. But the winner does take it all.

Score some goals please mate.

COYS!!

 

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I'm guessing this guy is gonna be the one we turn to late in games when we are chasing a goal.
We can now go full Wimbledon/stoke and pump the ball into the box.
Llorente will love Eriksen's crosses..

Was only about 6 years since we first tried to sign him. Hopeful of Leandro in January now
 

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pretty pleased with this signing.

we must have the slowest three strikers in the league though :) who would win in a race?
 

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Also, we nabbed him from Chelsea's clutches and that will certainly have pissed off a few (Conte), especially after his "no ambition" comments!
Not that signing a 32-year-old from Swansea on a deadline day screams 'ambition' in Conte's face
 
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