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Fabbrini heads to Spain on season-long loan
27 July 2017 16:47 Post ID: #8203
Diego Fabbrini has departed the club to join Real Oviedo on loan...

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27 July 2017 17:15 Post ID: #8204 - in reply to #8203
We all expected this announcement that Fabbrini would be seeing the exit door once again. He only really performed for us on his initial loan spell. Rowett thought he was bringing in a creative player,many of us wanted him to sign,sign he did and since that point three managers have all come to the same conclusion he is not quite up to task,a little lightweight,often a peripheral player not contributing enough and always seeming to loose his feet and feel the force of gravity all to easily.
We wish you well Diego,at 26 you should be getting first team football however it's not going to be at Birmingham.
KRO
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28 July 2017 16:38 Post ID: #8206 - in reply to #8203
Now that Fabbrini has departed lets hoe that Ravel Morrison has done enough to earn himself a contract.Didn't see the Kidderminster game however from reading the reports he played well and was man of the match.Bond will have reported back to the missing Redknapp,Ravel has so much to offer the game,hopefully with BCFC this coming season.I would imagine an announcement will be made about his future after the Swansea friendly,if he impresses again he will get offered a contract. What skill he has,could easily be playing in the Premiership,if he can keep his head down,stay out of the media when not related to football what a player we could have on our hands.
Redknapp can deal with maverick individuals,Paul Mearson had a reputation yet under Redknapp he shone,hoping this can be repeated with Ravel Morrison.I am hoping to watch many games with Morrison featuring for Blues,a player with such skill,flair,flashes of brilliance,just what;s needed in tight matches,he could be the man to turn many matches in our favour.
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