Jadon Sancho

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  1. Why Do We Bother? Well-Known Member

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    And rightly so....rule no 1, never strengthen your enemy if you can avoid it...
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    Seems more like rule no 7 or 8. ;-)
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    An ITK on SC is betting people that he wouldn't be with Dortmund 12 months from now. We'll see what happens.

    "I lay a bet with anyone that he will not be in Germany 12 months time"-Hercules on SC
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    He thinks it'll be a deal similar to that of Zeki Fryers

    Not going to happen with this kid
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    Yeah, I saw that. I just depends on how much Dortmund spent, and if Sancho really wants a return to London. I'm skeptical, but Hercules seems confident....in both him and Sessegnon.
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    I could see it if he went to a minnows club, but he went to Dortmund. I think we would find it difficult to pry him from them.
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    If he's good the logical step from Dortmund is Bayern ... they can sign him at any-time and just leave him at Dortmund till they need him ..... it's how Bayern dominate German football ...
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    Funny his reason for leaving was partially that he was 'homesick', then he goes to Dortmund.

    Granted, Dortmund has an incredible youth policy. Hope he comes back, not holding my breath.
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    I think that young english speaking players going to Germany have a rough time of it. Pulisic has thrived but I know that Landon Donovan took a lot of abuse and his career was never what I think it could have been. Dortmund is not BM and has the right reputation for young players but I still wouldn't be surprised to see him want to leave.
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    It's painful seeing how well he's doing seeing how close we came to signing him.

    We should go in big next summer. It's unlikely we'll get him, but after that we'll have no chance. Complete different level to Sessegnon.
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    Spurs going in big.....love your sense of humor:)
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    He's just signed a new contract with BvB as well.

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