Is the lack of transfer activity the first symptom of the move

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What say you?

Do we need the money to go through the planning process AGAIN?

Lets face it Greaves and Pele cant have come cheap.
 

Samson

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It could be a symptom of the need to move. We've maxed out the cards, had our little season in the sun, and are now ready to go back to being North London's mid-table team.
 
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It's January, there's rarely big moves this time of year. We signed Pienaar already and may still sign a striker. Wait til tuesday before jerking that knee.
 

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What say you?

Do we need the money to go through the planning process AGAIN?

Lets face it Greaves and Pele cant have come cheap.
LOL, there's another poster on here who you'll get on very well with.

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"Rarly big moves". City bought Dzeko, Liverpool are bying Suarez, Villa use a lot of money on Bent, Chelsea bidding for Luiz and Torres, Adebayor to Real and so on and so on
 

SpurSince57

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"Rarly big moves". City bought Dzeko, Liverpool are bying Suarez, Villa use a lot of money on Bent, Chelsea bidding for Luiz and Torres, Adebayor to Real and so on and so on
City can offer Dzeko the thick end of £200k a week, we could probably have had Suarez if we'd wanted him (or at least offered Liverpool serious competition), Luiz has fallen through and I wouldn't bet the farm on Torres moving this window, and Adebayor's surplus to requirements at City, who won't sell to us. Are you suggesting we should have re-signed Bent?

And in answer to the OP, no, and please use your noddle.
 
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