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Joel Asoro 21:18 - Jul 9 with 10094 viewsEU5Makaveli

19 year old Sunderland striker- we are interested according to Alan Nixon
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Joel Asoro on 21:34 - Jul 9 with 3210 viewsforkbeard

His quote was “Swansea. Very keen on Asoro at Sunderland. And I mean ‘very’”
Swedish seems to be the new dreadlocks in terms of links
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Joel Asoro on 21:39 - Jul 9 with 3177 viewsGixerJack

I read somewhere that he was on his way to Derby
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Joel Asoro on 21:47 - Jul 9 with 3131 viewsforkbeard

Joel Asoro on 21:39 - Jul 9 by GixerJack

I read somewhere that he was on his way to Derby


That’s what quite a few responded to him about was that point.
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Joel Asoro on 22:13 - Jul 9 with 2996 viewsmagicdaps10

2m bid accepted.

Poll: Who will be the attacking midfielder we sign

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Joel Asoro on 22:16 - Jul 9 with 2975 viewsSwansea93

Joel Asoro on 22:13 - Jul 9 by magicdaps10

2m bid accepted.


Source?

Poll: Would you want to see Huw Jenkins move on in the summer?

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Joel Asoro on 22:16 - Jul 9 with 2967 viewsmagicdaps10

Joel Asoro on 22:16 - Jul 9 by Swansea93

Source?


Sunderland Echo.

Poll: Who will be the attacking midfielder we sign

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Joel Asoro on 22:17 - Jul 9 with 2961 viewsjasper_T

Modou v.2?
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Joel Asoro on 22:20 - Jul 9 with 2932 viewsjasper_T

3 goals in 26 is a poor strike rate compared to certain other relegated young Championship strikers.
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Joel Asoro on 22:22 - Jul 9 with 2915 viewsSwansea93

Joel Asoro on 22:20 - Jul 9 by jasper_T

3 goals in 26 is a poor strike rate compared to certain other relegated young Championship strikers.


From mostly subs though

Poll: Would you want to see Huw Jenkins move on in the summer?

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Joel Asoro on 22:22 - Jul 9 with 2900 viewsjasper_T

Joel Asoro on 22:22 - Jul 9 by Swansea93

From mostly subs though


If he couldn't get into that Sunderland team what use could we make of him?
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Joel Asoro on 22:30 - Jul 9 with 2850 viewsdobjack2

Joel Asoro on 22:20 - Jul 9 by jasper_T

3 goals in 26 is a poor strike rate compared to certain other relegated young Championship strikers.


Winger?
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Joel Asoro on 22:35 - Jul 9 with 2810 viewsthornabyswan

Joel Asoro on 22:22 - Jul 9 by jasper_T

If he couldn't get into that Sunderland team what use could we make of him?


Highly thought of Wolves Arsenal Spurs have all been watching him.

Poll: How will we get on next season.

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Joel Asoro on 22:38 - Jul 9 with 2784 viewsRiscaJack

Not seen Nixon get one wrong regarding us yet.

JENKINS OUT

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Joel Asoro on 22:39 - Jul 9 with 2780 viewsEU5Makaveli

Joel Asoro on 22:20 - Jul 9 by jasper_T

3 goals in 26 is a poor strike rate compared to certain other relegated young Championship strikers.


He’s played on the wing a few times and is still very young.
Would be a good signing imo.
Plus his wages would be a fraction of what Routeldge and Dyer are on.
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Joel Asoro on 22:50 - Jul 9 with 2712 viewsTailGunner

That boy is rapid. Big potential.
Saw him run rings around Fulham at the cottage on the box end of the season.

Do it.
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Joel Asoro on 22:52 - Jul 9 with 2692 viewshobo

Happy enough with that. Sell Barrow for £1.5m and bring in a similar type of player 5 years his junior, for just 500k more

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Joel Asoro on 22:56 - Jul 9 with 2676 viewsjasper_T

Joel Asoro on 22:39 - Jul 9 by EU5Makaveli

He’s played on the wing a few times and is still very young.
Would be a good signing imo.
Plus his wages would be a fraction of what Routeldge and Dyer are on.


Problem there is we're still paying Dyer and Routledge.

The wife can brag all she likes about the bargains she's picked up but I know we've got a full cupboard already. It'll just go to waste.
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Joel Asoro on 22:58 - Jul 9 with 2658 viewsDippy

Oviedo anyone?.. pre injury he was on Man Utds radar.. seems to have got games after his injury..

A Premier League level fullback is in him.
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Joel Asoro on 23:01 - Jul 9 with 2629 viewsBadlands

Joel Asoro on 22:58 - Jul 9 by Dippy

Oviedo anyone?.. pre injury he was on Man Utds radar.. seems to have got games after his injury..

A Premier League level fullback is in him.


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[Post edited 9 Jul 23:06]
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Joel Asoro on 23:03 - Jul 9 with 2613 viewsjasper_T

I hope we're looking to give our own youngsters a go before spending millions on those that got a chance due to their own clubs' relegation and didn't embarrass themselves.
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Joel Asoro on 23:04 - Jul 9 with 2601 viewsDippy

Joel Asoro on 23:01 - Jul 9 by Badlands

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[Post edited 9 Jul 23:06]


Wrong post.. and to chip in.. Dyer and Routledge haven't played at this level for years.. 42 game season, fatigue levels will hamper both.. fatigue = level drop.
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Joel Asoro on 23:07 - Jul 9 with 2572 viewsBadlands

Joel Asoro on 22:56 - Jul 9 by jasper_T

Problem there is we're still paying Dyer and Routledge.

The wife can brag all she likes about the bargains she's picked up but I know we've got a full cupboard already. It'll just go to waste.


Dyer and Routledge worth it for experience, attitude in training, Swansea stalwarts and more than good enough for the Championship.

Joel Asoro
'He initially joined up with the Sunderland under 18’s but he only played one game for them before he got promoted to the under 23 squad. The 19-year-old played 23 games for the under 23’s, scoring three goals and picking up a single assist.
(Not great! Me.)
Following a mixture of this form in the under 23’s, poor first team form and a few first team injuries he got promoted to the Sunderland first team while they were still in the Premier League. He made his Premier League debut in a 2-1 defeat against Middlesbrough who were also relegated that season. The Swede has played on 33 occasions for the first team, mostly in the Championship, scoring three goals and getting two assists.'
( http://the72.co.uk/108800/fact/)
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Joel Asoro on 23:24 - Jul 9 with 2475 viewsjasper_T

Joel Asoro on 23:07 - Jul 9 by Badlands

Dyer and Routledge worth it for experience, attitude in training, Swansea stalwarts and more than good enough for the Championship.

Joel Asoro
'He initially joined up with the Sunderland under 18’s but he only played one game for them before he got promoted to the under 23 squad. The 19-year-old played 23 games for the under 23’s, scoring three goals and picking up a single assist.
(Not great! Me.)
Following a mixture of this form in the under 23’s, poor first team form and a few first team injuries he got promoted to the Sunderland first team while they were still in the Premier League. He made his Premier League debut in a 2-1 defeat against Middlesbrough who were also relegated that season. The Swede has played on 33 occasions for the first team, mostly in the Championship, scoring three goals and getting two assists.'
( http://the72.co.uk/108800/fact/)


With those stats we should think about giving Jordan Garrick a run in the side this season. If nothing else we'll be able to flog him for 3 or 4 million at the end of it.
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Joel Asoro on 23:56 - Jul 9 with 2349 viewsomarjack

Bad news really.

2 m wasted on a very amateurish and useless "prospect"

3 goals in 26 matches is very poor in the championship. Wouldn't even make a good McBurnie back-up.

I hope at least he can be deployed as a winger as he is a bit pacy from what I've seen of him (which I admit is very little)

Poll: England vs Croatia (who's going to win)

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Joel Asoro on 00:53 - Jul 10 with 2265 viewsTheKirkyLife

I'm hesitant to judge too quickly as this guy was part of one of the biggest laughing stocks in recent football history.

He's rapid, young and has one of the best coaches in Swedish football history backing him.

Let's see what he can do.
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