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Entertainment Stanley Nsoki flies to the Bruges Club

21:22  25 july  2021
21:22  25 july  2021 Source:   sofoot.com

The Devonport Poultry Club has been around for 105 years, but it may be at the end of the line

  The Devonport Poultry Club has been around for 105 years, but it may be at the end of the line The Devonport Poultry Club's annual show is just weeks away and preparations are hitting fever pitch. But this year, the preparations are tinged with sorrow. After 67 years, this will be the last poultry show at the Devonport Showground in Tasmania's north west.The showground is set for redevelopment, leaving the club homeless. "It's going to be sad — it's been our life," Mr Dick said.A member of the Devonport Poultry Club for 50 years, Mr Dick has seen big changes in that time, including the construction of the club room.

  Stanley Nsoki s'envole vers le Club Bruges © provided by Sofoot

after arrivals, departures.

OGC Nice and the Bruges Club found an agreement for the transfer of Stanley Nsoki. The side left or central defender leaves the Côte d'Azur for an amount of 6.5 million euros, according to the newspaper the team. The former PSG player initialed a contract for the next four seasons with the Belgian club.

with the eagles, the native of Poissy has played 44 meetings, but has never been able to impose itself as an indisputable holder. Bruges will be the first foreign experience of the International Hope (1 single selection in 2018).


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Welcome, Stanley! ?? pic.twitter.com/raeqq9vsbd

- Club Brugge KV (@ClubBrugge) July 24, 2021

Good kisses of Bruges.

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