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Although taking all the bull from the media with a pinch of salt, it wouldn't surprise me if this does turn out to be the case. If Dier wants to leave then one can make a good case for it, as with Walker. Dier has become a versatile (utility) player for us and imo, he may see the 'jack of all trades' label hindering his development. I personally don't think any individual player leaving will be a big miss for us, however, it is a very risky game to play and jeopardise what the long term project is designed to be. Other players will start looking at what Walker or anyone else can earn else where AND adding trophies to their cv's. Should this happen, one has to ask what exactly did Poch sign up to with Levy. It's easy to just point the finger at DL.

Posted By: Critical_Spur

Date/Time: 17/07/2017 11:55:00


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