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can u sit down please, June 9, 2011 in Main Discussion - Norwich City
Would rather Snodgrass or a player from the Continent but to be fair Ambrose always had potential and does have bags of Premiership experience despite being relatively young. Looking through his career history he seems to be a liitle cursed. Obviously starting with the scum is a curse in itself but since then most of his clubs have been either relegated or gone bust despite him playing well.....
For me if we sign him I will give him a chance but I''m certainly not beating my chest with excitement over this one.
If true, I''m a little underwhelmed, I was hoping that if were going to get another midfielder after Johnson and Bennett (assuming they go through ok) it would be someone such as Snodgrass or McGugan. Whilst team spirit will be vital next season, we need some players of real quality if we want to play football and not just hit the long ball, and I''m not sure Ambrose is going to add much to what we already have. Happy to be proven wrong though and I trust Lambert
[quote user="super dave"]I''ll throw my hat into the ring and suggest that it''ll be David Vaughan from Blackpool who I believe is on a free transfer. Lambert won''t play hardball with Leeds over Snodgrass and believes Vaughan to be a much better, proven and cheaper alternative.[/quote]
David Vaughan has already had contract offers from Sunderland, Newcastle, Blackburn and I should imagine a host of other clubs are also interested. Anyway, it has already been said the player in question is Darren Ambrose.
[quote user="Yellow Submarine"]I think he''d be a great signing. He''s in his peak and he has practically kept palace up! Gunn tried to sign him before he went to Palace. I know ambrose''s brother in law. I''ll see what he knows![/quote]
That''s no good! You''ve got to know his cousin.
In the past we''ve managed to attract star players like Martin Peters, Darren Huckerby and up-and-coming talent like Dean Ashton. Now with a few quid to use, it''s challenging to think of anyone of a higher stature who is worth splashing out on?
Pay-wise there are plenty looking for an easy ride who PL has already stated will not be considered. If someone like Miroslav Klose is "unlikely to put his shoulder to the wheel" as PL puts it, who will?
So, to keep the tradition going, add 23 years to 2008 and we could well have a major signing in 2031.
I can hardly wait!...
Ambrose would be okay but he''s no Snodgrass!
Nicklas Bendtner and Johnny Evans [;)]
[quote user="Twitchy"]Palarse today said they would listen to offers from Premier League clubs for Ambrose so you never know he maybe one of those, and I hate the term but how and ever...........irons in the fire.[/quote]
I did hear the other day that we were interested in Routlidge, he is not going back to QPR and is now on transfer list
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