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Zaine Francis Angol currently on BT1 having found his level at AFC Fylde in the national league.

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He played in Europe, in fact was it the Champions League?

I am sure ZFA joined the season after the champions league qualifier, think he played in Europa league against Krasnodar.

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I am sure ZFA joined the season after the champions league qualifier, think he played in Europa league against Krasnodar.

 

He came on as a sub in Athens and Valencia.

 

Page, Cummins, Carswell, McHugh, Hetherington, ZFA and Kerr all played away to Levante.

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According to soccerbase, ZFA came on in the 76th minute against Panathinaikos.

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Replacing Omar Daley who put in the worst performance in history by any Motherwell player. A Greek paper gave him 0/10.

 

 

They gave him 0 for his footballing powers but 10/10 for his speed.

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Replacing Omar Daley who put in the worst performance in history by any Motherwell player.

You're obviously a lot older than I thought.

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Crewe Alexandra have signed Conor Grant from Everton on a season's loan.

 

The 22-year-old Liverpudlian had made his fifth loan move from Everton, during which he has amassed 63 first-team appearances at Motherwell, Doncaster (twice) and Ipswich.

 

Although the midfielder has played in the EFL Trophy for Everton's Under-23 side, he is yet to make a first-team appearance for the Premier League club.

 

Crewe have begun the season well, unbeaten in four League Two games.

 

Grant is Alex boss David Artell's eighth signing since the end of last season.

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I was told tonight that Leitch was training at Celtic and that was from a friend speaking to a family member. Of course that may just have been him training there so he was available to speak to clubs.

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Tom Hateley has left Dundee by mutual consent, it hasn't worked out for him there. I still think he was a better right back than he ever will be a midfielder.

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Tom Hateley has left Dundee by mutual consent, it hasn't worked out for him there. I still think he was a better right back than he ever will be a midfielder.

There were only a handful of people who thought he was a midfielder. Tom Hateley, Stuart McCall and apparently Paul Hartley.

 

Competent enough right back on the most part.

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Tom Hateley has left Dundee by mutual consent, it hasn't worked out for him there. I still think he was a better right back than he ever will be a midfielder.

Should never have held the gun to our head. Really went down hill big time since then

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Should never have held the gun to our head. Really went down hill big time since then

 

Behave. Never held any gun to our head - decent servant in a good Motherwell team, owed the club nothing so a natural parting of the ways for me. Whilst it didn't work out for him at Dundee, doing fairly well in Poland's Ekstraklasa is hardly going down hill big time...

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Behave. Never held any gun to our head - decent servant in a good Motherwell team, owed the club nothing so a natural parting of the ways for me. Whilst it didn't work out for him at Dundee, doing fairly well in Poland's Ekstraklasa is hardly going down hill big time...

Hmmm I seem to remember the natural parting of the ways differently

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He didn't hold a gun to our head but he had an unrealistically high opinion of his own worth. A half decent right back; we've had better we've had worse.

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He didn't hold a gun to our head but he had an unrealistically high opinion of his own worth. A half decent right back; we've had better we've had worse.

Fair comment. I was referring to the I'm only playing if I'm played in midfield as the gun to our head.

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