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Jevani Brown

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His latest tweet suggests a deal has been agreed somewhere….
 

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His latest tweet suggests a deal has been agreed somewhere….
Brizzle
 

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Bristol Rovers and their manager would seem a perfect fit for Jet.
 

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You're forgetting there's another key party involved called ECFC that might not allow Nombe to move.
But we historically don't stand in players way and the money he could generate could fund a few signings.
 

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8 match ban by the ECB which was deemed served because he’d been essentially suspended sounds very similar to what Jevani had in context to how often England play.
The key difference is that Ben Stokes was found not guilty whereas Jevani has already pleaded guilty to one of the charges.
 

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The key difference is that Ben Stokes was found not guilty whereas Jevani has already pleaded guilty to one of the charges.
I think the crux remains what the charges actually relate to - Tom Daley's husband was charged with assault for throwing a drink at someone, for example.
 
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The key difference is that Ben Stokes was found not guilty whereas Jevani has already pleaded guilty to one of the charges.
True but I was talking about how he was also suspended indefinitely prior to trial; in relation to this from Sexton

Exactly and where would the England cricket team be now if, for want of a better word, he had been sacked
Stokes wasn't sacked, Jevani wasn't sacked - response from those above was the same.
 

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You're forgetting there's another key party involved called ECFC that might not allow Nombe to move.
I hope this happens, Nombe signed a contract and should honor it in a professional way until both party's agree that it's time for Nombe to move on.

There's absolutely nothing to suggest he is moving so at a guess he's staying
 

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I hope this happens, Nombe signed a contract and should honor it in a professional way until both party's agree that it's time for Nombe to move on.

There's absolutely nothing to suggest he is moving so at a guess he's staying
If ECFC don't allow it, he can't move. Whilst he's in contract both parties have to agree for a move to be possible.
 

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If ECFC don't allow it, he can't move. Whilst he's in contract both parties have to agree for a move to be possible.
True but when you have a player who does not want to play for you there is a real problem
 
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