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  1. which was part of the deal they agreed with Cambridge  before he came, he has also signed a new contract at Cambridge,  this is why permission had to be sought to arrange the trial.    Now with the new contract in place City will have to pay a transfer fee for him.  Looks like Cambridge''s way of securing a little bit of money

  2. All this hinges on the amount being correct, I doubt we will ever find the truth to it, hidden behind that well used quote, Undisclosed Fee.

    I have been trying my hardest to get positive and remain there, but it is getting chipped away again,  I was adament that I was having my rebate back,  but relented again.  I was going to give it to Great Ormond St Hospital, when I changed my mind I took out one of their monthly amounts so they shouldn''t miss out on my gift,  O how I wish I had stood firm and got my reduced DD payment GOSH would have been seeing double the amount.

    Why that Charity ?  I lost a little sister to Cancer and they worked their socks off with her.

  3. I can''t see there being a swap deal, PNE manager says it is a stand alone deal:But Irvine said: "There has been an inquiry from Norwich about Simon but at the moment that is all we can say. "It is something that could happen, but it is something that may not happen. "It

    is simply a stand-alone deal, if there is going to be a deal. They have

    made an inquiry, at this moment we have not had an official offer from

    them." He said a clearer picture of Whaley''s future should

    emerge in the next few days and a possible transfer fee has not been

    discussed. Whaley, who signed from the Shakers for £300,000 in

    January, 2006, and has played as a striker, winger and central

    midfielder, endured a mixed 2008/09.Source:  [url=http://www.lep.co.uk/pnenews/Canaries-enquire-about-PNE39s-Whaley.5455763.jp]Lancs Evening Post[/url]

  4. [quote user="cityangel"]

    [quote user="kennyfoggo"] Palace confirmed he left with their party going to the states, if you were about to sign for someomne else I doubt you would be travelling with your old club...[/quote]


    Where did you see that please?

    [/quote]Sorry Angel for late reply,   My cousin works for  Croydon Guardian newspaper, he mailed me to say Lee had gone with the Party to the States, he thought any deal would have to wait until they got back at the weekend.In fact he scored in their first matchPalace UK had a great start when after only 12 minutes Sears crossed to Alan Lee who finished well to make it 1-0.[url]http://www.holmesdale.net/page.php?id=82&story=4413[/url]

  5. In my opinion they have no chance.The Shrews don''t need to sell with their Chairman is on record as

    saying that if anyone comes in for Holt they will expect at least

    double what they paid for him (around £175,000) otherwise he won''t be

    going anywhere. Holt

    has had major surgery on his his ankle with it being set in a cast for

    at least the next six weeks which means he will miss most, if not at

    all, of their pre season games; the player himself says, he hopes to be

    fit for the opening League fixture but obviously it depends on how

    things go - and then, of course, he will have to play catch up on his

    fitness.With two years left to run on a three year contract, anyone

    interested has to ask for "permission to speak".

  6. I would have said if Ricky Lambert was going to go onto greater things at 27 he would have started to climb that ladder by now. His stats for last season are not that brilliant, better than what we mustered. Netting 13 in 46 games ..   he would be a very signing and I can''t see why for one minute we shouldn''t be interested in him.  Hughes another six footer either left midfield or left back. another good signing if true.

  7. I can''t be too hard on wiz,  I too believed that it could have happened, I heard others closer to the know that me say it had been mentioned more than once down the corridors of  Carra Rud.... but I do think todays appointment knocks that fearful idea right on the bonce.  How close it was:  we don''t, won''t and some may not want to know.

  8. certainly not Big Dunc,  Gill''s signing is a very good one, and todays news is excellent, someone who has worked at the highest level with good well run clubs.  At last there is light at the ned of the tunnel. and we are starting to head towards it.  So far despite my impatience and moans, they have been hard at work.  I have been one of their biggest critics over the years, but I am starting to give them a chance this time round, they are walking tightrope with hardly any room for error, it will get wobbly but the first few steps look slightly more positive.
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