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 Post subject: Richard Brodie
PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 4:46 pm 
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Don’t be surprised to see an announcement soon, it looks like Darlington have made an enquiry (7 days) for him.


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Is this going to be the new Paul Connor/Michael Bridges saga?

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RonJeremy wrote:
Don’t be surprised to see an announcement soon, it looks like Darlington have made an enquiry (7 days) for him.

Where is this?

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Quakerz will be happy now :lol:


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AndyPark wrote:
RonJeremy wrote:
Don’t be surprised to see an announcement soon, it looks like Darlington have made an enquiry (7 days) for him.

Where is this?

What do you mean where is it? Could be an announcement soon unless of course he turns us down.


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Dial B for Brodie.

He'll look good in a Darlo shirt.

We will rescue his career.

Etc etc.

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Source?

Can’t say, it’s not a source from anyone connected to our club though. I’m actually hoping they’re wrong, or that he turns us down.


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Can't see why the club would go back in for him after an unsuccessful trial in the summer.

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To be fair we have been interested, and he's fucked us off, about 60 times so far.

So even I'm thinking "naaaaaaaah man"

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AndyPark wrote:
Can't see why the club would go back in for him after an unsuccessful trial in the summer.

Desperation.


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Well, we're suitably desperate now, and i'd imagine so is he.

As long as we're paying him next to nowt, he'd be an option, although it looks like he's hard an absurd amount of clubs lately.


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That's one player we don't want, he was awful in his one pre-season friendly he played for us.


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We trialed him... he was garbage.
We signed Fenwick over him ... and he was garbage.
He's had about 4 clubs since then ... They thought he was garbage.

There is a trend here


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How many goals has he scored for R/Olympic?


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 Post subject: Re: Richard Brodie
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There seemed to be some controversy about him and his behaviour ( I think towards the fans0 at this weekend's game. Not sure of details, but saw comments on social media on Sunday about him.

I think he may have had some form of (verbal) altercation with spectators

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RonJeremy wrote:
CrazyDarlo wrote:
Source?

Can’t say, it’s not a source from anyone connected to our club though. I’m actually hoping they’re wrong, or that he turns us down.


Have you just read this off twitter? I've read someone put they we've put in 7 days for him. I just ignored it


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http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/ ... 9_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker

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al_quaker wrote:
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/football/darlington/15907200.DARLINGTON__Brodie_not_on_Darlington__39_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker


Thank goodness for that, I'd have been very disappointed if we'd considered bringing him to the club.


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al_quaker wrote:
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/football/darlington/15907200.DARLINGTON__Brodie_not_on_Darlington__39_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker


Quite impressed with the names mentioned there Adi Yussuf and George Waring would both be useful players in this division. Hopefully we are still in the market and looking for options.


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Glad it seems like we aren’t in for him, BUT I seen a comment on Facebook about it today that was made before I put anything on here so maybe there was something in it. Dodged a bullet here I think.


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JE93 wrote:
al_quaker wrote:
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/football/darlington/15907200.DARLINGTON__Brodie_not_on_Darlington__39_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker


Quite impressed with the names mentioned there Adi Yussuf and George Waring would both be useful players in this division. Hopefully we are still in the market and looking for options.
Yeh it's a bit like being impressed with almost getting a point against Salford and almost beating Chorley.

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Spyman wrote:
JE93 wrote:
al_quaker wrote:
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/football/darlington/15907200.DARLINGTON__Brodie_not_on_Darlington__39_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker


Quite impressed with the names mentioned there Adi Yussuf and George Waring would both be useful players in this division. Hopefully we are still in the market and looking for options.
Yeh it's a bit like being impressed with almost getting a point against Salford and almost beating Chorley.

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Aye it's a bit of a shame Alexis Sanchez joined Manchester United instead isn't it...


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lo36789 wrote:
Spyman wrote:
JE93 wrote:
al_quaker wrote:
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/football/darlington/15907200.DARLINGTON__Brodie_not_on_Darlington__39_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker


Quite impressed with the names mentioned there Adi Yussuf and George Waring would both be useful players in this division. Hopefully we are still in the market and looking for options.
Yeh it's a bit like being impressed with almost getting a point against Salford and almost beating Chorley.

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Aye it's a bit of a shame Alexis Sanchez joined Manchester United instead isn't it...


Ahhhhh help my sides are splitting. In other news National League North club being linked with a move for Danny Johnson from Gateshead. Believed to be either us or York. Decent record at this level with Guieseley.


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JE93 wrote:
lo36789 wrote:
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JE93 wrote:
al_quaker wrote:
http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/sport/football/darlington/15907200.DARLINGTON__Brodie_not_on_Darlington__39_s_radar/

Glad to see we are looking for another striker


Quite impressed with the names mentioned there Adi Yussuf and George Waring would both be useful players in this division. Hopefully we are still in the market and looking for options.
Yeh it's a bit like being impressed with almost getting a point against Salford and almost beating Chorley.

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Aye it's a bit of a shame Alexis Sanchez joined Manchester United instead isn't it...


Ahhhhh help my sides are splitting. In other news National League North club being linked with a move for Danny Johnson from Gateshead. Believed to be either us or York. Decent record at this level with Guieseley.
It'll definitely be York they desperately need reinforcements as their squad is threadbare atm.

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Ahhhhh help my sides are splitting. In other news National League North club being linked with a move for Danny Johnson from Gateshead. Believed to be either us or York. Decent record at this level with Guieseley.

Has Johnson played for Guiseley?

I'd be shocked if we sign him. Good record for Gateshead in the conference, and he's full time. If he's to drop a level, York can offer more money than us and FT football (and Gray loves a striker!), and Spennymoor can offer more money. And of course both of those clubs are in promotion contention this season, which is probably more appealing than a relegation fight.

Would be a good signing mind

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Gray must have nearly a full team of 11 strikers by now, so now doubt he'll be after Johnson as well.


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Talking of forwards, remember Bradley Fewster? Well finally he got his first goal for Spendy in their defeat by Shildon in the Durham Challenge Cup last night. Bet he's overjoyed to get his big chance to shine on the big stage.


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Wasn't he the one who everyone had a minor fit about us not signing because we were beaten to him by Spennymoor?


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al_quaker wrote:
JE93 wrote:

Ahhhhh help my sides are splitting. In other news National League North club being linked with a move for Danny Johnson from Gateshead. Believed to be either us or York. Decent record at this level with Guieseley.

Has Johnson played for Guiseley?


Wasn't Johnson the one who went from Guisborough to Cardiff to Gateshead?

He was part of the strikeforce at Guisborough under Chris Hardy with that lad who I think is now at Whitby. Can't remember his name. Has he been scoring / playing for Gateshead?


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