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“Won’t ever forgive Blues”- These fans demand Blues give Bellingham special gesture for send-off

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“Turn out the lights, the party’s over” as Willie Nelson so expertly put it.

Having been linked with a move away for the best part of a year, the Jude Bellingham era (era might be a tad too much, but you get the drift) will finally reach its conclusion on Wednesday night against Derby County, as the club confirmed today that he will depart for Borussia Dortmund following our final game of the season.

Some reports state that the fee will be £25m upfront, with ‘several millions more’ being added on when it comes to add-ons.

Do you wish we could have held onto Bellingham a little longer?





So now that the deal is finally confirmed, with no going back from either side at this stage, there wasn’t much that Blues fans could do than wish him all the best in his new career, but there was one thing that they wanted to happen before they wished him goodbye.

What about you? What will your abiding memory of Bellingham be?

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  • Stan Moye says:

    Absolutely agree the all the comments, it’s the very least the club can do. Mature beyond his years, his desire and commitment should be a beacon of light for some of the under performers at the club. Also total respect to the Bellingham family, they could have jumped at the first big money offer and Blues could have ended up with peanuts compared to the life saving amount he has generated. Let is not forget his younger brother, who some say is potentially an even better prospect than Jude is still at the club Blues, for once do the right thing, Captain Jude Bellingham please step forward, and let him take the penalties, throw inns, corners, it’s his day. Hope he can return when we’re allowed back in to say a proper farewell, but being a true Bluenose it will never be goodbye. KRO Jude, if only we had eleven like you……

  • WayCoolBlue says:

    The last thing we want to do is put a just 17 year old under so much responsibility and pressure in such an important game. Sounds like a nice idea but not a responsible one.


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