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FMFA Auction

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

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In the last of the early season spot auctions the FMFA have.....

Aaron Wan-Bissaka the versatile young full back/defender who in real life plays for both Crystal Palace and England U21s. This player is only 21 so has bags of potential for any manager to develop into a star for the future on FMFA.

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Minimum starting bid must be £25,000,000 or above and all increases on previous bids must be a minimum increase of £500,000.

The auction will run until midnight on  Sunday November 18th 2018, from this point on once there have been no bids within the last 24 hours then the last bid will be the winner.

To bid please stated your bid and which club you are bidding; e.g Brighton £25m

Please note the winner bidder must have sufficient funds to buy at their bid. If they do not the auction will re-open with that teams bid removed. The team will also be banned from bidding in the re-auction and the next spot auction.

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2 hours ago, willz121 said:

If this is still open, Leicester offer 85m

The auction will run until midnight on  Sunday November 18th 2018, from this point on once there have been no bids within the last 24 hours then the last bid will be the winner.

Sorry Will you needed to have bid in the alst 24 hours before end of auction or any other manager doing that would have given 24 hours from that bid. As we got to midnight on Sunday with no bids in the previous 24 hours it means Villa have won the auction.

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On 11/19/2018 at 11:12 AM, David said:

The auction will run until midnight on  Sunday November 18th 2018, from this point on once there have been no bids within the last 24 hours then the last bid will be the winner.

Sorry Will you needed to have bid in the alst 24 hours before end of auction or any other manager doing that would have given 24 hours from that bid. As we got to midnight on Sunday with no bids in the previous 24 hours it means Villa have won the auction.

I misread it, I read it as 24 hours from the end of Sunday, not the start... my mistake! Thanks @David

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