Is it me or did this feel like a waste of time?
He was greeted with quite high praise from both the club, who described him as ‘one of the star players for UE Cornella’ in 2018-19 as well as the fans who were left impressed with him during some pre-season outings.
Alas, the club confirmed its first move of the transfer window today, as they announced that Agustin Medina had returned to his former side on loan until the end of the season. Agustin has mainly been playing with the U23 team this season, although he did get one chance to impress in the senior side, playing against Portsmouth in the first round of the League Cup, a chance he clearly failed to make the most of.
The general consensus amongst the Birmingham City fans upon hearing the news was one of both apathy and sarcasm, as they didn’t really seem bothered with him leaving. Although there were some fans who took a little bit of positivity out of the news, hoping that whatever money the club could free up from his move can go somewhere else.
Clears some space for the 87th midfielder we’re interested in
— Ben Hancocks (@ben_hancocks) January 15, 2020
I really don’t care
— Colm (@Colm53977221) January 15, 2020
— Ryan🏴 (@bluenoseryan75) January 15, 2020
Agreed not only those 2 but Sun and Ramos( we sent 3 keepers out on loan) as well. Further example of Ren’s irresponsibility. How much has been wasted on transfer fees, wages etc.
— Linda Goodman (@LindaGo17881059) January 15, 2020
Hope they have paid about a 5 mill loan fee to balance our books 🤣
— mick (@mickcwhill) January 15, 2020
What was it? Work experience?? 😂
— Jobey (@jobeylad) January 15, 2020
— Mark Yates™ (@twelvty) January 15, 2020
— Conway M (@conwaybcfc) January 15, 2020
How many players will leave Birmingham this window?
Less than 5
5 or more
I wonder how many more departures like this we’re likely to see in the coming days.