Wayne Routledge signed a new contract

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Wayne Routledge signed a new contract

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Additional one year, official announcement by the club coming shortly.
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I can’t help it I don’t think WR signing a new contract is anything earth shattering myself.
He’s barely played this season.


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Darran wrote:
05 Aug 2020 18:54
I can’t help it I don’t think WR signing a new contract is anything earth shattering myself.
He’s barely played this season.
He helped us get into the play offs I guess, I don't think he'll get much game time at all next season, and I assume he's on a very low wage now, and by all the backstage videos the swans do, you can tell the players look up to him as a role model and a leader, so really good to have around, even if he doesn't play much, we lack leadership in our squad.



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An experienced head in the squad I guess. We're lacking even more in those given VdH going and Ayew's likely departure.

Naughton agreeing a new contract would be a bigger deal in terms of the starting XI.
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Good news.



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Ashley_scfc wrote:
05 Aug 2020 18:57
Darran wrote:
05 Aug 2020 18:54
I can’t help it I don’t think WR signing a new contract is anything earth shattering myself.
He’s barely played this season.
He helped us get into the play offs I guess, I don't think he'll get much game time at all next season, and I assume he's on a very low wage now, and by all the backstage videos the swans do, you can tell the players look up to him as a role model and a leader, so really good to have around, even if he doesn't play much, we lack leadership in our squad.
How much is a very low wage?


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Darran wrote:
05 Aug 2020 18:54
I can’t help it I don’t think WR signing a new contract is anything earth shattering myself.
He’s barely played this season.
Without trying to sound controversial for the sake of it, he’s got the contract for his cameo against reading, and that only.

Legs have gone.

Class player for us over years but this isn’t exactly brilliant news.
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Jackfath wrote:
05 Aug 2020 19:05
Ashley_scfc wrote:
05 Aug 2020 18:57


He helped us get into the play offs I guess, I don't think he'll get much game time at all next season, and I assume he's on a very low wage now, and by all the backstage videos the swans do, you can tell the players look up to him as a role model and a leader, so really good to have around, even if he doesn't play much, we lack leadership in our squad.
How much is a very low wage?
Relatively would be a better word I suppose.


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Brilliant news. Naughton ASAP please.




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Neath_Jack wrote:
05 Aug 2020 19:02
Good news.
This - adds value with the youngsters too.



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Cheaper than replacing him with another player who won't play.

Congratulations, Sir Wayne.


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Itchysphincter wrote:
05 Aug 2020 19:52
Cheaper than replacing him with another player who won't play.

Congratulations, Sir Wayne.
The amount he plays they could replace him with me.


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Underwhelmed. Expect more awful cameo appearances, where he comes on for the last 15mins and his first 3 involvements are
1. mis-control a simple pass
2. give ball away
3. yellow card trying to make up for another failure to control a simple pass.

I hope he hasn't been given this extension on the back of his Reading performance, because that was a flash in the pan.



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Darran wrote:
05 Aug 2020 19:57
Itchysphincter wrote:
05 Aug 2020 19:52
Cheaper than replacing him with another player who won't play.

Congratulations, Sir Wayne.
The amount he plays they could replace him with me.

You haven't got dreamy eyes or nice hair though.
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mrploppy wrote:
05 Aug 2020 19:58
Underwhelmed. Expect more awful cameo appearances, where he comes on for the last 15mins and his first 3 involvements are
1. mis-control a simple pass
2. give ball away
3. yellow card trying to make up for another failure to control a simple pass.

I hope he hasn't been given this extension on the back of his Reading performance, because that was a flash in the pan.
Don't be so f*cking stupid.
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