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One that will not follow Uncle Avram?

One that will not follow Uncle Avram?

According to The Mail Nadir Belhadj is NOT going to be a player that will follow Uncle Avram to West Ham...

They 'claim' that he 'could snub the chance to follow Avram Grant to West Ham in favour of a lucrative move to Qatar.'

Al-Sadd have already had a £1.5m offer rejected, with Pompey revealing that we are looking for at least £3m, although probably more like £4m-£5m for the Algerian international who is being marked as 'the one to watch' by many for the African nation at the world cup.

Admin Andy confirmed on Monday that we want to sell Belhadj, Kevin-Prince Boateng, John Utaka and Dave Nugent in order for us to be able to keep Marc Wilson.

This is something that I would like us to do if at all possible as, lets face it, Belhadj and Boateng are definitely going - Wilson would offer more than Utaka and Nugent, maybe put together, so if we can somehow offload them for around £2m apiece, or at least £3m between them, this will all help us be able to keep the Irishman...

It will be interesting to see what Belhadj does do though, will he 'sell out' for the riches of Qatar or will he want to continue to prove himself in the premier league?

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Tuesday June 1 2010
Time: 8:36AM

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I want him to play for the team that will give us the most money! It must be in Belhadj's mind that Grant frequently didn't pick him, even when he was fit to play
russellm
01/06/2010 09:58:00
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that is true russ, show us the money - altho it 'seems' like billy is also thinking the same thing so getting the most money for him might not be possible?
pompeyrug
01/06/2010 18:24:00
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