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Sylla To Turkey?

It's being reported in the foreign media that midfielder Yacouba Sylla could be set for a loan move to Turkey this coming season.

Reports in France are suggesting that the 23 year old looks set to gain his wish from last season, which is a loan spell out at Kayseri Erciyesspor, and many will remember at the end of last season he talked about not being happy with the game time he had got and his disappointment that a loan deal couldn't be arranged in the January window.

If he's moving out now on loan, you would imagine it's a curtain closer and a precursor to moving him on as any deal is said to be for the entire campaign.

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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 11 2014

Time: 8:21PM

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I never thought he was good enough for the Premier League, good luck to him in the future if he leaves.
david-avfc
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11/07/2014 20:24:00

Getting stronger......
RiF
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11/07/2014 23:36:00

cant pass,cant tackle and not good enough for our great club. good luck for the future but its in the lower divisions
peefus
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12/07/2014 03:32:00

Surely that should be 'Sylla is a turkey'?
Saurat
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12/07/2014 12:25:00

Never going to make it at Villa. Best of luck to him wherever he goes
Stephen Jay Hawkings
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12/07/2014 12:34:00

Loan is sensible. Somebody thought he had potential when we signed him (must say its bloody well hidden and I wouldn't pick him for a pub team) so getting someone else to pay his wages whilst we get another year to see if he can improve.
AVbornandbred
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12/07/2014 19:24:00

 

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