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The Good And The Bad From A Busy Deadline Day

The Good And The Bad From A Busy Deadline Day

It's over, it's over. As the clock struck 11pm the January transfer window slammed shut. Here were the movers and shakers from a predictably busy day for football.

Wrighty starts us off by describing transfer fees as vulgar while also looking like a bit of a knob:

Batshuayi endears himself to the yellow submarine with a great tweet:

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Ollie Giroud moves across London to the Blues. A good signing and very well shaped beard.

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang was announced as an Arsenal player as well and the Gunners tried to drum up the hype for the Gabonese striker as much as possible. We've really hit peak 'announcement videos' this January.

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Peter Odemwingie has clearly taken some lessons in self-deprecation:

Irish U19 prospect Barry Cotter signs for Mick McCarthy's Ipswich:

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Mustapha Carayol signs the longest short term contract in the world as he joins Ipswich town until the end of the season:

Aston Villa dial the cringe up to 10 with their announcement of the signature of Lewis Grabban on loan:

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A Sky reporter let's the mania of deadline day get the better of him:

Moura is announced by Spurs in a very good day for the London club:

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There's something unsettling about this picture, and it may be Ayew's t-shirt:

Riyad Mahrez stays at Leicester after four bids from Pep's City:

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Some great civilian reporting reveals that Chancel Mbemba could be headed for Fulham:

Cyrus 'The Virus' Christie is the big Irish story of the day, as he looks to seal a move to Fulham:

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Eoin Lyons

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