Yaw Yeboah

Discussion in 'EDS and Academy Forum' started by FantasyIreland, 29 Oct 2014.

  1. MCFCFanTX

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    That's a pretty good loan. Hopefully he makes the same strides in Eredivisie that Byrne made last season.
     
  2. jon stakes

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    Agreed.
     
  3. Blue Bogey

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    Yeboah played the full game at the weekend in Twente's 4-3 win away to Groningen alongside Enas Unal (hatrick hero) 2 of our players to keep an eye on there! Delighted for them both! Keep racking up the playing minutes and hopefully see their development explode.
     
  4. shroom

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  5. Blue Bogey

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    A good find is that video. The lad seems very dedicated to his career and totally down to earth.
     
  6. Wiirdo

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    Just scored a peach for Twente. 2-0 up, with Unal assisting the other goal as well. Also got called up to the Ghana squad.

     
  7. shroom

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    Watched most of the first half - was surprised to see YY playing right in the middle of the field for Twente instead of right wing.
     
  8. SPIDERBOY

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    A Bola saying that Porto have opened talks with City to take him on loan,dunno when his loan is up at Twente.
    The Sun claiming its with an option to buy.
     
  9. Neville Kneville

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    He isn't up to the level City would require.

    Lots of attributes but just not clever enough as a footballer. Not usually something that can be learned.
     
  10. KCblue

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    Saw that. My guess would be a loan, then they'll decline the option and try to offer half of what the option was. Even though they've made incredible money off sales in the last few years
     

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