Sinan Bytyqi

Discussion in 'EDS and Academy Forum' started by mad zab, 8 Jan 2015.

  1. Gabriel

    Gabriel

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    What a terrible shame for him. Hope he can do well in the new role and find some satisfaction in that.
     
  2. Iamthemusicman

    Iamthemusicman

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  3. Rolee

    Rolee

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    He seems a very grounded young man, taking it all in his stride, good on him and good on the club for doing right by him.
     
  4. Seems level headed. I know I'd probably take the chance of 4% over 1% for the potential upside but he's made the right decision and well done to the club.

    Others may have released him, but now a young lad can forge a good career.
     
  5. Ablue Dhabi

    Ablue Dhabi

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    All the best to him in whatever he chooses to do.
     
  6. Hart of the Matter

    Hart of the Matter

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    I guess he may have taken the risk but would the clubs? Their duty of care would have prevented it i guess.
    Sad story. Glad to City doing right by him though.
     
  7. Uwe Already

    Uwe Already

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  8. cyberblue

    cyberblue

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    Shame for the lad but nice touch from the club
     
  9. KCblue

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    Great gesture by City. Once a blue...
     
  10. Neville Kneville

    Neville Kneville

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    A real shame he had to pack it in, as I think he had a good chance of a decent career.

    Interesting, the idea of a young player being involved in recruiting players, because although he hasn't the experience or reliable 'eye for talent' of the older guys, he knows exactly what is required in the modern MCFC training, moreso than any veteran ex footballer from outside would.
     

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