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Nsiala's Move to Fleetwood Confirmed
Friday, 14th Jan 2022 11:59

Centre-half Toto Nsiala’s move to Fleetwood Town on a permanent basis has been confirmed.

Nsiala, 29, trained with his new team-mates, including former Blues striker Ellis Harrison, this morning and is set to make his debut in Saturday’s home game against Rotherham.

Head coach Stephen Crainey told his club’s website: “He’s got good experience at our level and has played at some big clubs, I’m really looking forward to working with him.
 
“Toto is really dominant in both boxes and he can also play comfortably with the ball at his feet. I’m delighted to get the deal over the line and get a player of Toto’s calibre in the building.”
 
Nsiala was out of contract with the Blues in the summer, Town having taken up a one-year option on his previous deal in May, and his departure on what's understood to be a free transfer comes as no surprise.

The DR Congo international was signed in the summer of 2018 by Paul Hurst from his former club Shrewsbury.

Nsiala, who spent a spell on loan at Bolton in the second half of 2019/20, made 71 starts and six sub appearances for Town, scoring once.



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BLUEBEAT added 12:00 - Jan 14
“ he can also play comfortably with the ball at his feet”
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hoppy added 12:02 - Jan 14
Any idea how long he's signed for them?

Good luck to Toto - always did his best, just unfortunate that his best wasn't always quite good enough for where we want to be.
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ringwoodblue added 12:02 - Jan 14
Good luck Toto. Hope it works out for you but please give away a penalty when you play against us next ;-)
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LesTibbetsbrokenleg added 12:02 - Jan 14
Good luck Toto, hope it works out well for you.
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StringerBell added 12:04 - Jan 14
Best of luck Aristote (always love seeing his full name on iFollow)

Always gave your all which cannot be said of many of your contemporaries.
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Sparky85 added 12:05 - Jan 14
No need for any negativity. He has been a good servant and always in my mind given 100%. Good move for Town and Toto so all the best
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bluewarrior added 12:08 - Jan 14
Has Crainey ever watched him?! 😂😂😂😂 Nsiala is a liability even in the pre match kick about! 😂
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Taricco_Fan added 12:14 - Jan 14
All the best.
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BlueySwede added 12:15 - Jan 14
Good luck, Toto! Thought he certainly improved with time and didn´t make as many mistakes as some made out. Did some impressive last ditch defending at times. Probably not what the club need when going forward, but still all the respect and best wishes to Toto!
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vanmunt added 12:47 - Jan 14
Gets too tight to his marker and inevitably brings them down when they turn him, though best of luck to him and I wish him the best. You cannot criticise his effort when he pulled on the shirt.
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NthQldITFC added 12:57 - Jan 14
All the best Toto. Top man.
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runningout added 13:02 - Jan 14
Sure he will do well at Fleetwood
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Wooly74 added 13:37 - Jan 14
Sorry, nice guy, but this is the best news coming out of the club for a while. At 47, I’m still a better option at the back than toe poke!

Best of luck to him, but so pleased with this news
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Karlosfandangal added 13:48 - Jan 14
Pride of anglia has him down as 72 games for Town.

Good luck to him and I hope he scores against Rotherham as they beat them to help the Town.
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davidsc1971 added 14:34 - Jan 14
Best of luck Toto, commited enough to the cause but not part of the new shape and so a move is probably best for all
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dyersdream added 14:50 - Jan 14
“Toto is comfortable with ball at his feet “ Really 🤣
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planetblue_2011 added 14:52 - Jan 14
Good luck Toto, Fleetwood have signed a good league 1 player⚽️
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suffolkblueeye added 19:33 - Jan 14
What a lovely bloke Toto is, the memories will stay with me….what a player, wish we’d kept him. horse crap, he’s sh*t, say what you see ffs
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