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68% Agree With Selling Fallon

68% Agree With Selling Fallon

In a recent poll, 68% voted that it was the right decision to sell Fallon providing we signed a replacement.

There was much debate at the time as to whether we should have sold him not. Selling him could have meant we'd be left with just 2 senior strikers but Jackett secured the signing of Pawel Abbott shortly after Rory's departure.

The £300,000 fee we paid Swindon for Fallon a year ago seemed far too high and many fans wanted to see the club get a 'refund'.

Plymouth boss Ian Holloway came in with a rather surprising bid matching what we paid for him. This was turned down much to the annoyance of many Swans fans.

However, Fallon showed his desire to move up a league and the club allowed the player to join the Pilgrims.

I definitely think it was the best deal for all concerned. The club gets their money back on a player that was never worth the transfer fee paid and the player goes up a league.

Our new poll asks where you think we'll finish this season. Another failure in the play-offs? Automatic promotion? Vote now on the right hand side.


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday February 3 2007
Time: 2:32PM

Comments

0
he scored a nice goal the other nite but the plymouth wil know why we don't want him soon !!
naythan_swan
03/02/2007 15:16:00
0
ure loss our gain, fallon took trundle's place and u didnt like it, scored a fantastic goal against WBA onto his chest and bang
green giant 12
03/02/2007 16:05:00
0
no we didn't like the £300,000 we paid for him. Fans got impatient as he took ages to score some goals so they got on his back.
KevinE
03/02/2007 16:50:00
0
well that plymouth suporter obviosley dident see him in a swans shirt then.
swansea_till_i_die
04/02/2007 18:31:00
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