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JET Becomes a Tractor

Young Arsenal striker, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, has left Arsenal to join Championship side Ipswich on a permanent move for the traditional "undisclosed fee".

JET was highly rated around the Arsenal camp by staff , players and fans alike, they hefty striker resembled something akin to the old style number 9 and was tipped to be a future hit at the North London club.

It`s a shame to see yet more untapped potential fall by the wayside but such is the nature of football.

We wish Jay all the best.




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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 26 2011

Time: 8:46PM

Your Comments

Immensely talented, shame he never made the grade. Apparently he had attitude issues which is an all too familiar trait of young players these days. Best of luck to him, though. And full marks for the headline.
super_gooner
All the best JET, watch out for all those country lane ditches.
nikolaijns
If only his work ethic matched his talent.
Sajit
If Eboue does as is being reported move to Galatasary may I suggest in advance the header of 'Turkish delight'?
nikolaijns
Hope we have a good sell on clause inserted in the sale contract. All the best Jay, wont be surprised if he goes on to make it big when he is more mature in 5 years time.
Deltaforce
I'm gonna miss his tweets keeping it real & dissin all der haters out der.
shewore
shewore, honestly his tweets were absolutely classless. Stopped following him after he made fun of disabled.
Sajit
FML. Eboue deal in jeopardy according to newsnow. Pathetic.
Sajit
Yeah i read a couple but didn't follow, didn't see ones about disabled, just thick mate.
shewore
Ehem!(coughs)
Dannism
All the Best JET! Hope you make it with Ipswich!
hackneyval
 

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