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Timothee Dieng signs for Exeter City

Smudger

Manager
Joined
Oct 25, 2003
Messages
1,886
Location
Manama, Bahrain
I think we’re all looking for a fresh start (and a different team) after 3 completely abysmal, unacceptable seasons. That must include many of the players too as they look to get some success on their CVs. Best of luck to Tim Dieng 👍
 

duncan bulgaria

Now Phats what I Small music⭐
Joined
Jan 19, 2007
Messages
2,739
Possibly one of the only players that having seen him for 3 years I still have no idea whether he’s a good player or not , sometimes he looked class on the ball and done things with ease , other times he almost let the game , his man and the ball just pass him by .

my gut is there is a player in there somewhere but who can get it out of him remains to be seen .....I wish him well
 

KiwiRob

First XI
Joined
Aug 6, 2010
Messages
1,078
Possibly one of the only players that having seen him for 3 years I still have no idea whether he’s a good player or not , sometimes he looked class on the ball and done things with ease , other times he almost let the game , his man and the ball just pass him by .

my gut is there is a player in there somewhere but who can get it out of him remains to be seen .....I wish him well
Exeter has an excellent manager in Matt Taylor who may well get the best out of Tim Dieng.
 
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