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No Town Bates Interest
Thursday, 21st Jul 2022 10:09

TWTD understands claims that Town are targeting Aberdeen centre-half David Bates are wide of the mark.

The Daily Record is reporting that the Blues, Derby and Bristol City are all keen on the 25-year-old.

However, we understand the Blues have no interest in the six-times-capped Scotland international.

Town appear well covered at centre-half with Janoi Donacien, George Edmundson, Luke Woolfenden, Cameron Burgess and Corrie Ndaba in the squad, while Dominic Ball has also operated in that role. Elkan Baggott recently joined Gillingham on loan.


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Gforce added 10:31 - Jul 21
The only way there could be any truth to this,would be if another club has come in for Edmundson or Woolfy.
Unlikely though.
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LegendofthePhoenix added 11:22 - Jul 21
Still no denial of Batistuta. Something must be happening.
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Help added 13:42 - Jul 21
And no denial about Ronaldo joining a big team finally
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Monkey_Blue added 14:58 - Jul 21
Of all the areas we might need upgrades, CB is the least. The 5 centre backs we have are probably the envy of many championship clubs. I’m hoping Ndaba has a real breakthrough. Athletic, quick and good on the ball.
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gosblue added 16:08 - Jul 21
All this kind of rumour does is disrupt the squad. Put yourself in the place of one of our CBs, you may start to doubt your future.
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SheptonMalletBlue added 18:44 - Jul 21
Don't think we need Master Bates!
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therein61 added 19:12 - Jul 21
Don't need him with what we have in the building although i would still like a striker.
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JaySwitch added 19:27 - Jul 21
TWTD understands = 2ND hand news.
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Gforce added 20:11 - Jul 21
Hope he is no relation to Norman Bates !!
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