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David Snibs, 22, from Killingworth, who has known John since school, said: "His life was just about to turnaround for the better when he got that phone call from Nissan.
Ordinary wool garments, even handmade ones, leave little snibs and puffs all through the brush on our farm, and must be treated like invalids.
The transfer window closes on Friday and Jefferies will be delighted if he snibs it shut without his phone having rung.
Diane added: "There were two snibs on the window but one of them was hanging off and actually fell out the window with Kayla.