Finley Potter

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Roy57
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Re: Finley Potter

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I assumed we had cancelled his loan but it seems Sheffield Utd have after receiving a offer from Fleetwood town, where it appears he could be joining on a permanent deal, which ever good luck to the lad, he is still only 19 years old, he helped us and got us out of a hole many times.
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Re: Finley Potter

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Roy57 wrote: 01 Feb 2024, 18:33 I assumed we had cancelled his loan but it seems Sheffield Utd have after receiving a offer from Fleetwood town, where it appears he could be joining on a permanent deal, which ever good luck to the lad, he is still only 19 years old, he helped us and got us out of a hole many times.
Could be driven by FFP, as Sheffield United might need to balance their books.
becbee
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Re: Finley Potter

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Whilst I'm sorry to see him go, it's a very good move for him.
Si1970
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Re: Finley Potter

Post: # 367978Post Si1970 »

Very interesting. I thought he was terrific Last season, has looked particularly shaky so far this season.

There is no doubt that he has great potential, so the best of luck to him!
jamiefrbees
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Re: Finley Potter

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becbee wrote: 01 Feb 2024, 22:07 Whilst I'm sorry to see him go, it's a very good move for him.
I would argue that Sheffield Utd are a bigger club than Fleetwood Town. If i were Finley, knowing the premier league club i signed with originally no longer wants to keep me on the books long-term, and is prepared to sell me on, would not be a very good move.
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CrawleyBee
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Re: Finley Potter

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jamiefrbees wrote: 03 Feb 2024, 12:58
becbee wrote: 01 Feb 2024, 22:07 Whilst I'm sorry to see him go, it's a very good move for him.
I would argue that Sheffield Utd are a bigger club than Fleetwood Town. If i were Finley, knowing the premier league club i signed with originally no longer wants to keep me on the books long-term, and is prepared to sell me on, would not be a very good move.
He’s not premier league standard at the moment anyway. League one will be a great test for him and a possible springboard for a great career, I’d be chuffed if I was him, as he is bound to be a first team regular I am sure.
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becbee
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Re: Finley Potter

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jamiefrbees wrote: 03 Feb 2024, 12:58
becbee wrote: 01 Feb 2024, 22:07 Whilst I'm sorry to see him go, it's a very good move for him.
I would argue that Sheffield Utd are a bigger club than Fleetwood Town. If i were Finley, knowing the premier league club i signed with originally no longer wants to keep me on the books long-term, and is prepared to sell me on, would not be a very good move.
Obviously Sheffield Utd are a bigger club than Fleetwood. However S.U. weren't playing him and Fleetwood presumably will.
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