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The Rumour Mill, Season 2011-12

Everton eye up Pierce Sweeney

27/06/2012 | Comments (6)
The Daily Post calims that Everton are pondering a move for cut-price Irish import Pierce Sweeney.

The highly-rated 18-year-old League of Ireland Premier Division defender impressed in his first season of top flight Irish football after his move to Bray Wanderers from Belvedere, making 12 Premier Division appearances.

Original Source: Liverpool Daily Post


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John Campbell
209   Posted 27/06/2012 at 18:35:33

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Yet "another one for the future" who we will never see
Bob Willis
217   Posted 27/06/2012 at 19:26:11

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No, it's Z Cars that gets us going!

Ian Bennett
223   Posted 27/06/2012 at 19:47:15

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I would expect us to go after John fleck from rangers on a free. I think he is the son of ex-Norwich Scottish forward Robert fleck and is meant to be promising.
Trevor Lynes
246   Posted 27/06/2012 at 22:46:13

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DM told us he wanted early business in the transfer window so that he could 'bed in' new players in good time before next season begins.

So far things are as usual....NOWT !!
Eric Myles
275   Posted 28/06/2012 at 03:00:02

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Trevor, could it be because the transfer window is not open yet?

Although I wouldn't be holding my breath for news.

Gavin Ramejkis
339   Posted 28/06/2012 at 16:00:43

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Ian, Fleck did look very good when he was young and Rangers bought his parents a house but he went all big time Charlie a fight in a Glasgow nightclub and bust up with McCoist and they loaned him out to Blackpool where I understand he hasn't pulled up any trees and only got a few games, his uncle is Robert Fleck not his dad.

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