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Brown interest increases

If sky sports are right with what they 'understand' then Mikey Brown 'should', or at least 'could', soon be making his exit from Pompey.

Wolves have been interested in him although it is 'said' that Cardiff and Norwich are now 'leading the race for the 33-year-old'.

The more interest that is generated in Browny then the better, even if it would have been good - if possible - to keep him at Pompey. We know that it is not possible though.

You could argue that a bidding war could begin, although I suspect that this is unlikely but the facts are the more clubs that are interested the more chance there is that he will move on, and 'needs must' mean he has to...

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    Writer: pompeyrug Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

    Date:Friday January 14 2011

    Time: 5:01PM

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    Agreed Rug, I see a hypocrisy here in that Jones criticised Pompey for extreme wages so how can bankrupt Cardiff afford Browns wages as well as those of Bellamy? Ultimately as long as Pompey benefit we don't care but is smacks of a FL rule for one and not the other.
    Russellm
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    14/01/2011 18:22:00

    I wonder if the same will happen for Hughes?
    Russellm
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    14/01/2011 18:23:00

    I can't see any way that these clubs could afford his wages. I think we're living in cloud cuckoo land if we think there will be any bidding war for his services.
    NorfolknBlue
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    14/01/2011 18:43:00

    I think if he goes anywhere we will be 'topping up' his wages in effect for the remainder of his contract with us. At least this should be slightly cheaper than paying him to sit on his ass.
    NorfolknBlue
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    14/01/2011 18:48:00

    Norfolk you are on the money that we will NOT see a bidding war for him, altho the more 'interest' we have the better chance we have of moving him on...
    i think you are also spot on about the wages sadly, although paying 1/4, 1/3 or 1/2 of his full amount is better - as you say - than paying the lot with him literally doing nothing.
    pompeyrug
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    14/01/2011 20:09:00

    Hope we don't face Brown on the pitch this season. He's a pain in the arse
    hammersmithblue
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    14/01/2011 22:03:00

    I would love him at Leeds but cannot see ius getting anywhere near being able to afford his wages. How can Cardiff afford them?
    King Billy
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    16/01/2011 16:04:00

     

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