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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Stone's Mullet View Post
    https://sportske.jutarnji.hr/nogomet...Q9gzis.twitter

    This link if you google translate is an interview with Soudani. He says a bid has been rejected from us and he is a little sad as it is his dream to play in England. But he is still totally committed to Dinamo and will give his all. He has a lot of respect for Dinamo.

    They asked if that is the end of the matter and he said he does not know.

    So maybe we'll go back with another bid. I think it says their manager is reluctant to lose him, something like, 'anyone can go, but not him'. So he is very highly valued there.

    Nice that he seems really determined to play in England.
    'That's what I've dreamed of from my little feet since I started playing soccer'

    What a line. Love it.


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    The most confusing thing about Soudani is that he's Algerian and not Sudani


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangerz View Post
    The most confusing thing about Soudani is that he's Algerian and not Sudani
    Dawn French style of thing ?

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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    More like simon ireland


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    The Post are reporting that he has spoken to Croatian media, saying he wants to move to Forest, but will accept the decision if Zagreb refuse to sell.

    I'd say it's worth putting another bid in.

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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Probably just a rehash of the article posted above. That's what counts as journalism at the Post.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Project Zeus View Post
    The Post are reporting that he has spoken to Croatian media, saying he wants to move to Forest, but will accept the decision if Zagreb refuse to sell.

    I'd say it's worth putting another bid in.

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    Better to have someone whose manager is reluctant to let him go, than one who is cheered as he exits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Fossil View Post
    Probably just a rehash of the article posted above. That's what counts as journalism at the Post.
    They cited the name of the Croatian media outlet, so it seems a genuine - although second hand - piece of sourced journalism.

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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Bid rejected, but his dream is to play in England. So....weíll see what happens.

    http://www.nottinghampost.com/sport/...l-arbi-1103537


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    All sounds very similar to Djebbour or whatever that guy who played about 5 games a few years back was called.

    The only memorable thing about him was that he scored with his first touch, coming on as a substitute on his debut. Even then it was more down to luck than anything else. I seem to recall he just happened to be stood practically on the goal line when the ball hit him and went in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emcee View Post
    All sounds very similar to Djebbour or whatever that guy who played about 5 games a few years back was called.

    The only memorable thing about him was that he scored with his first touch, coming on as a substitute on his debut. Even then it was more down to luck than anything else. I seem to recall he just happened to be stood practically on the goal line when the ball hit him and went in.
    Similar because of his nationality? Or because heíll score a goal with his arse then do nothing else?

    If itís nationality does that make Silenzi the same as Totti? Or the other way round?

    Oh FFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emcee View Post
    All sounds very similar to Djebbour or whatever that guy who played about 5 games a few years back was called.

    The only memorable thing about him was that he scored with his first touch, coming on as a substitute on his debut. Even then it was more down to luck than anything else. I seem to recall he just happened to be stood practically on the goal line when the ball hit him and went in.
    I think Djebbour could have been decent for us. I remember seeing him come off the bench and got into the right positions only to be ignored by Reid & Co.
    He wasnít allowed to prove himself


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Djebbours movement was fantastic, just nobody ever wanted to pass to him.


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    djebbour looked decent as did abdoun.....should have been given a run in the team and the dressing room politics nipped in the bud nether really got a chance here


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    Quote Originally Posted by Emcee View Post
    All sounds very similar to Djebbour or whatever that guy who played about 5 games a few years back was called.

    The only memorable thing about him was that he scored with his first touch, coming on as a substitute on his debut. Even then it was more down to luck than anything else. I seem to recall he just happened to be stood practically on the goal line when the ball hit him and went in.
    I canít believe you said his goal was luck. It was one of the best nut bag finishes Iíve ever seen.


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Quote Originally Posted by puds1970 View Post
    I canít believe you said his goal was luck. It was one of the best nut bag finishes Iíve ever seen.
    That's the classic hat-trick isn't it - left foot, right foot, scrotum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rzarecteh View Post
    For every Majewski there is a Kevin Gomis. For every Chris Cohen there is an Arron Davies.
    Let's be honest, for every Chris Cohen there are quite a few Kevin Gomis's

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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    This one looks the closest

    Dinamo Zagreb will allow Soudani to go to England (Nottingham Forest)




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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Anyone speak Croatian ?




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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    Anyone speak Croatian ?

    still goes


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy View Post
    Anyone speak Croatian ?
    My Croatian is a bit rusty, but I think it says "it's only a goddamn week before the end of the transfer window and we still haven't signed anyone, zilch, nada, for crying out loud, get on with it already, I've got the big man on the phone and he's getting restless".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cortez the Killer View Post
    That's the classic hat-trick isn't it - left foot, right foot, scrotum?

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    I remember saying to my mate while we were celebrating the goal.you can take the piss but you have to be there to put it in.
    That worked out well.


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Soudani, life has new meaning to me.....


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    First 2 paragraphs translated via Google...

    "Dinamo will still let Soudanija go to Nottingham Forest !?

    You can easily read how the alzarist looks like he is the deadliest man in the world, and not as disappointed as his club has ban on leaving the island.

    Today we have learned that for whatever reason we will be happy. Namely, it was suspected that in the end the blue can still be released in English! I think, provided that there is another quality enhancement in the wing position."


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    Default Re: El Arbi Hillel Soudani

    Quote Originally Posted by tiffany View Post
    Soudani, life has new meaning to me.....
    delete the forum, we have reached the peak.


 

 

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