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Thread: Tommy Doyle deal - CONFIRMED

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    Tommy Doyle deal - CONFIRMED

    I only ask as itís gone very quiet and I would have assumed we would get him in before the game at Ashton Gate

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DubaiDai View Post
    I only ask as itís gone very quiet and I would have assumed we would get him in before the game at Ashton Gate
    Dragging on now.
    If it's not happening or was never happening we need to start bringing in a few players soon

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Glen Williams (WOL) twitter earlier this afternoon:

    Expect Cardiff to announce the signing of Tommy Doyle on loan from Man City later today.

    The player is in Cardiff and everything has been signed off which needs to be #CCFC #Bluebirds
    1:41 pm ∑ 20 Jan 2022

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Glen Williams (WOL) twitter earlier this afternoon:

    Expect Cardiff to announce the signing of Tommy Doyle on loan from Man City later today.

    The player is in Cardiff and everything has been signed off which needs to be #CCFC #Bluebirds
    1:41 pm ∑ 20 Jan 2022
    Thanks for the update Jon.

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Glen Williams (WOL) twitter earlier this afternoon:

    Expect Cardiff to announce the signing of Tommy Doyle on loan from Man City later today.

    The player is in Cardiff and everything has been signed off which needs to be #CCFC #Bluebirds
    1:41 pm ∑ 20 Jan 2022
    Hope so. Is this Glenn Wiliams pretty good with his news?

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by stan butler View Post
    Hope so. Is this Glenn Wiliams pretty good with his news?
    Wales Online's finest!

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Undercoverinwurzelland View Post
    'Eion Doyle is back, come on!'

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Club website is reporting his arrival.

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    'Eion Doyle is back, come on!'
    I'd forgotten about him.
    Mrs Doyle would be an improvement on our current midfield!

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Logic would indicate we may have a chance of improving our squad if we dealt with other agencies than purely Unique Sports Group, who this season have represented McGuinness, Collins, Giles and Doyle in deals with us.

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by logic View Post
    Logic would indicate we may have a chance of improving our squad if we dealt with other agencies than purely Unique Sports Group, who this season have represented McGuinness, Collins, Giles and Doyle in deals with us.

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    Re: Tommy Doyle deal - CONFIRMED

    What is happening with Sam Bowen?

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Morison seems upbeat about him

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    Re: Tommy Doyle deal - CONFIRMED

    This is great news. We are staying up.

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Coming from Man C he will be used to City's neat passing game....

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by logic View Post
    Logic would indicate we may have a chance of improving our squad if we dealt with other agencies than purely Unique Sports Group, who this season have represented McGuinness, Collins, Giles and Doyle in deals with us.
    Even if the jury is still out on the Collins signing, how about using some of this famous Ďlogicí you are supposed to have and tell us why the arrival of McGuiness and Giles didn't improve the squad - both young talented players from Premier League clubs and now followed by an England U21 player from Man City. Who the hell cares who their agents are.

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    Re: Is the Tommy Doyle deal dead in the water ?

    Quote Originally Posted by dml1954 View Post
    Even if the jury is still out on the Collins signing, how about using some of this famous Ďlogicí you are supposed to have and tell us why the arrival of McGuiness and Giles didn't improve the squad - both young talented players from Premier League clubs and now followed by an England U21 player from Man City. Who the hell cares who their agents are.
    Logic would indicate it's little surprise you've no concern about an unhealthy link with an agency that provides us with the majority of players recently, seemingly.

    Whilst you correctly point out Giles and McGuinness are good players, it raises the question if we would even have looked at them if they were represented by other agencies. The question is also applicable to Doyle, because it beggars belief that any positive evaluation of Doyle could have stemmed from this seasons loan debacle.

    Logic would also indicate that fans do indeed care about the club seemingly being reliant upon one agency. Is it the case the club are researching players or simply, in the majority of cases, simply going with what an agency offers?

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