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In the build-up to Sunday’s match, Postecoglou admitted early January signings would be ideal to bolster the Aussie’s injury-ravaged squad, but played down incomings when the window opens on Monday.

“Obviously if we can do business early, it’s great for us,” he said. “Not just because of losing Romero but there’s a whole month there – why waste it? If you can bring them in early, even if they don’t play you can bed them into training and our style of football because it’s not like we’re going to sign somebody and they’ll hit the ground running.

“Whereas if you leave it towards the end of January, it’s potentially not until mid to end of February when they get up to speed, depending where they’re coming from, the league they’re coming from, so there’s a whole lot of moving parts. So, yes, I’d love to do something early in the window but even me saying that puts a challenge on us, because other clubs know we want to do something early.”


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