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Harry: No Players In

Harry Redknapp is "apparently" going to sign no one during the January transfer window. It would be the first ever January transfer period that Harry hasn`t signed anyone.

Redknapp said; 'I have a terrific squad. I think come January I won't have to get any players in.'

I personally believe that we still need a top-class striker, let me know what you think below…




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Date:Sunday October 8 2006

Time: 1:06PM

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think he is playing games personally , Harry Redknapp not sign anyone ?? you gotta be kidding me lol ! agree you do need that one world class striker to add to your squad then you should maintain challenging for europe
dazednconfuzed
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08/10/2006 13:11:00

we need a goalscorer, kanu can't keep this up
lmatthews
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08/10/2006 13:13:00

surely its to early to say, he may get a few injuries in the next couple of months.
dazza71
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08/10/2006 14:53:00

Why upset the current squad with the fear of others coming in. Well not yet anyway. Come January & its in the new & out with the naff.
storagematt
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08/10/2006 16:39:00

From what i have seen you dont need to sign any players.
jono_forest
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08/10/2006 17:37:00

"Bungs aren't as good as they use to be then Harry"
nelson
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08/10/2006 17:37:00

'Arry resist signing someone? No chance!
Tantona
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08/10/2006 18:51:00

It is now October. Our league position come January will dictate what we do with regards to the transfer market. If we are slipping down the table then something will happen. If we are maintaining an elevated position then things might be quieter. And then there is the injury equation. We don't want to be "down to the bare bones".
pompeygray
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08/10/2006 23:00:00

He's kidding no one, he'll make at least three signings in January even if they are only loan deals. He'll be after a left back for sure, this won't be a popular choice given his background, and I'll be slatted for it but Wayne Bridge would be a quality left back, could link up with Taylor as well, if not better than Barry could have. It's not like we couldn't afford the fee involved. Give his history though not sure he'd fancy it, let alone the fans... 'arry will also maybe even a quality central defender for cover, as they cover we have isn't the greatest, and knowing 'arry he'll be looking to pick up a forward too...
pompeyrug
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09/10/2006 01:10:00

jono. After watching your lot get stuffed 4 at home by mighty S ****horpe, you do need to sign some players!!!!!!!!
storagematt
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09/10/2006 07:44:00

Dejan's been good, but a natural left back for coverage would be wise.
Toronto4Pompey
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16/10/2006 21:50:00

 

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