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 Post subject: Ex Northern League player....
PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:16 pm 
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....on the verge of signing for a premier league club. Can you name him?


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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Hugill


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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Jordan hugill


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
PostPosted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 10:23 pm 
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Saw him at the Glebe back on Feb 2010,he scored a
very good goal.got a red card but he looked a class act.think he had a badly broken leg back then,he's worked his way up through the leagues so good luck to the lad.


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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2 games and 1 goal for Consett in 2010.


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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Marske United Juniors, Seaham Red Star, Consett then off abroad to the Glenn Hoddle Acadamy. Whitby Town where he suffered a bad injury then back to Marske before venturing into the pro game with Port Vale.
Just shows that with hard work and determination the dream of reaching the very top can still be made.
Well done Jordi.

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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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I'm sure I remember Jordan picking up a nasty injury playing for Seaham against Brandon many years ago when it was rumoured pro clubs were keen on him then

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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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It can de done. The leading scorer in the Essex Senior League in the 2010-2011 season is presently in and out of Benitez's team!


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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Fingers64 wrote:
I'm sure I remember Jordan picking up a nasty injury playing for Seaham against Brandon many years ago when it was rumoured pro clubs were keen on him then

Michael you're right,Jordan broke his leg at brandon.never forget it,the lad was in agony and it took ages for an ambulance to arrive,at the wrong place.absolutely delighted for the lad that's he's made it.


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
PostPosted: Fri Feb 02, 2018 9:56 am 
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Fee must have been about £10m as well... astonishing!


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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I wish him well, it's just a shame none of that fortune will make its way to the clubs who helped shape him.

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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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goose wrote:
I wish him well, it's just a shame none of that fortune will make its way to the clubs who helped shape him.


Last time i suggested pro teams should pay n. L. Clubs for players i was shot down in flames on here


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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There should be a percentage of every transfer passed down to grassroots,seems ok to hand millions out to agents.just 1% would make a massive difference.


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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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freddycurry wrote:
There should be a percentage of every transfer passed down to grassroots,seems ok to hand millions out to agents.just 1% would make a massive difference.



There is a large amount passed down from the Premier League to grass roots via the FSIP. This puts millions into non-league football

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 Post subject: Re: Ex Northern League player....
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So how much exactly did n.l. Clubs receive


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