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4 Players Set To Sign


Negotiations are at an advanced stage to agree new deals for Gary O'Neil, Matt Taylor and Richard Hughes.

It also looks as if a new contract will be given to Dejan Stefanovic.

Mandaric said: 'We are talking with a number of players about new agreements.”

'There are a number of people we rate highly and want to give new contracts.”

'Dejan has a contract to 2008. But he is a tremendous character we hold in high regard, so we are talking”

'Peter Storrie is talking to a number of agents and listening to presentations at this stage.'

In other news; rumours have increased throughout sites regarding Theo Walcott joining on loan?




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Date:Saturday May 27 2006

Time: 11:50AM

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Such a misleading article title its untrue les. Not good sport at all
Sheer Class
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27/05/2006 11:58:00

yeah very misleading heading
Linvoy#1
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27/05/2006 12:09:00

why they are signing a new contract lol
lmatthews
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27/05/2006 12:10:00

good news to keep the brits, need an english element in the team
paultsmouth
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27/05/2006 12:30:00

walcott joining on loan? I cant see him coming to you. I think he will stay with arsenal.
jono_forest
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27/05/2006 12:44:00

haha well see. I agree paul but will Richard Hughes play if we sign this defensive midfielder?
lmatthews
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27/05/2006 13:59:00

Good to see Gazza & Matty getting extended deals. Top nothch and backbone of the club.
FEn_100
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27/05/2006 14:21:00

When you look at the silly prices being asked for English players, retaining Taylor & O'Neil is a must. Give it a few years & both might gat a England call & then watch there stock value rise. In the meantime they will continue to give blue blood for the cause.
storagematt
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27/05/2006 14:36:00

yer agree, english players are going through the roof!
lmatthews
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27/05/2006 14:59:00

look at Peter Crouch for example
lmatthews
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27/05/2006 17:56:00

yeah, yeah, hear yee! Let's pretend Storey and MM would KEEP PLAYERS!!!!! If they thought either had a value of more than say £2M, then whoooooooooooooosh, off with their heads!!! Ah, so you believe we will sign a player without clauses like ALL of the others? Most of them have been crap anyway.... then we find out they were not bought, they were on loan! Call me paranoid, but I think they are lying to me!
blindle
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27/05/2006 20:04:00

lol you have a point but most of the dodgy clauses where made when Zejic was here
lmatthews
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27/05/2006 20:57:00

 

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