3 Loan Signings

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Les1949
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3 Loan Signings

Post by Les1949 »

Zach Robinson AFC Wimbledon, Striker; Leo Hamblin, Woking, Left Back; Shane Dunne, Woking, Def Midfielder
Josh2002
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Dunne is a permanent now according to the club twitter.
HamptonMad
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Josh2002 wrote: Fri Jan 07, 2022 9:14 pm Dunne is a permanent now according to the club twitter.
Dunne never set the world on fire in his 5 weeks at Woking, only played 35 mins. Hamblin played 2nd half of last season in Woking 1st team. Robinson young striker still leaning his trade. Good luck to them. And Welcome.
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Shepperton Supporter
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https://www.afcwimbledon.co.uk/teams/fi ... -robinson/

Hamblin has had several loans at clubs lower down the pyramid this season.

Must not comment until we see them in action, but got the feeling Gary is finding it difficult to get in players that he requires to turn the ship around.
Cliffp
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Thought Gary said that anyone coming in would only do so if they would improve the existing squad (or words to that effect)?

None have any track record at this level and 2 not good enough to feature in a struggling Woking team this season so pretty underwhelming on the face of it and would seem unlikely to have the experience to push the team back towards the play-off places.

Hopefully Gary has seen something.
Tony
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Post by Tony »

Rohan Hutchins gone to Tring on 3 month loan. Really not sure why we ever signed him.
TW10
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Post by TW10 »

Hutchins has talent but lightweight and was never conference south material.. not yet anyway

Good luck to new signings.. couple of inexperienced teenagers though may find it hard in a struggling team in a very tough league., let’s back the managers judgement
Lord Elpus
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Cliffp wrote: Fri Jan 07, 2022 9:44 pm Thought Gary said that anyone coming in would only do so if they would improve the existing squad (or words to that effect)?

None have any track record at this level and 2 not good enough to feature in a struggling Woking team this season so pretty underwhelming on the face of it and would seem unlikely to have the experience to push the team back towards the play-off places.

Hopefully Gary has seen something.
Unfortunately this was my initial reaction too. Let's hope we're wrong.
Big Rich
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Post by Big Rich »

Yes, let’s give these guys a chance, they could be just what we need, you never know. Looking forward to this afternoon.
Woking have also given us a week’s loan of their plug-in hybrid club car.
Whoryer
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Wonder if the budget has been cut?
TW10
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“Wonder if the budget has been cut?”

Well no chance now of promotion so quite possible.. can’t see any of the signings being expensive. Critical to test of season is what happens to Wassmer and Deadfield.. they can’t be replaced, at this stage, with players of same standard.. let’s hope they resolve differences and commit to the club
Shepperton Supporter
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Whoryer wrote: Sat Jan 08, 2022 12:03 pm Wonder if the budget has been cut?
Possible, but more likely Gary can’t find players of the right caliber at the price we can afford. The next few games will give us the indication of where we are heading. Hope we are not heading into the situations that we had with the later stages of the Harper or Powell/Barry regimes.
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