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even more ironic (or idiotic, depending on your view) is that he cost LA Galaxy $125,000 to bring him on, as DC United had "discovery rights" to bring him to MLS first.

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(save the MLS funny money talk for another day/thread/level of despondency)

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3 minutes ago, rebelzero said:

even more ironic (or idiotic, depending on your view) is that he cost LA Galaxy $125,000 to bring him on, as DC United had "discovery rights" to bring him to MLS first.

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(save the MLS funny money talk for another day/thread/level of despondency)

Future quiz question right there!

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34 minutes ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

So much for him being injured then. Who's next into the rubber dingy, Holtby, Ayala, Trybull ?

He probably is still injured but the MLS season only starts on 12 April so i'm guessing they've said go and finish getting back fit in America.

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27 minutes ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

Funnily enough I thought the exact opposite.

 Me too. Went to Craven Cottage the year we went down to League One and Fulham ran him ragged at left back. No pace and positional sense terrible. He did a decent job at centre half I thought

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On 21/08/2019 at 20:39, DeeCee said:

I've said it more then most but I'm "quite" liking him at CB

I must have had a good sesh on the ale when I wrote that 

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Best move for all parties. Decent defender on his day, but sadly hasn't played nearly enough games to warrant keeping.

Seemed like a decent sort though and was an important cog in the promotion winning team. Hope his move to the US works out. 

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The Galaxy have gone from signing the likes of Beckham and Gerrard from England in the past to now getting Williams,bit of a difference in quality there.

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I wish him all the best. Wasn’t the best at LB but always put a shift in when asked to play A position he clearly didn’t feel comfortable and had some decent games at CB. Can never question his effort and commitment regardless of ability so I wish you well Derrick all best and good luck at your new club 

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1 hour ago, Tyrone Shoelaces said:

So much for him being injured then. Who's next into the rubber dingy, Holtby, Ayala, Trybull ?

Trybull is a loan ,so he will leave t the end of the season...

Holtby contract up , will go back to Germany ..Ayala is the interesting one ,he could join Williams in US or off to Saudi again , after sitting out a year , "injured "and getting well paid...

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He should have been off loaded a while back. Swapping Daren Moor for the Hollywood Hills, he must be made up. Nice work if you can get it. 

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1 hour ago, jim mk2 said:

 Me too. Went to Craven Cottage the year we went down to League One and Fulham ran him ragged at left back. No pace and positional sense terrible. He did a decent job at centre half I thought

He wasn't quick enough on the turn for full back.

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