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Berlin To Leave Again

Harry Redknapp has spoke of his delight to sign Cameroon striker Berlin;

'Berlin's got his work permit, so he's here now and we're pleased to have him here,' Redknapp told the club's official website. 'He's a young boy, just 18. We've had him on trial, took him for nothing and are giving him an opportunity.

'He's strong and he has got something. I think if he works hard at his game then he could be okay. I'd like to get him out on loan somewhere. He's strong enough, even though he's only 18, to play league football.'


He has played a few friendly games for the reserves and looked average but according to Harry will become a good player. he will now leave again, going out on loan. Bournemouth or Millwall are both rumoured to be interested in Berlin.

Portsmouth have had many good up and coming players that don`t seem to make it, for example James Keane.




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Date:Monday October 16 2006

Time: 12:34PM

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The papers on Sunday stated that Kevin Bond got the Bournemouth job with some help from Harry. Harry stated the Portsmouth will assist Bournemouth with loan players, so from Berlin to Bournemouth. He is young and will need care in the lower divisions first and build his way up.
nelson
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16/10/2006 18:39:00

i think he will end up being sold at the end of the year
lmatthews
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16/10/2006 18:50:00

Who Berlin or Bond LOL...
nelson
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16/10/2006 18:55:00

lol both
lmatthews
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16/10/2006 19:12:00

Is he any good??
wei, wu and shu
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16/10/2006 19:24:00

we dont really know
lmatthews
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16/10/2006 19:28:00

Maybe he has a lot of potential so do the right things and you could have a star!
jono_forest
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16/10/2006 20:16:00

Take my breathe away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PS.Sod off jono.
storagematt
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16/10/2006 22:41:00

nelson like your theory , let him cut it with a club like bournmouth then see if he has what it takes eh ? only adds to teh long term depth of your squad after all !
dazednconfuzed
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17/10/2006 08:12:00

i remember ia report of a pre season game on the club website he was a trialist in a game and he scored and played well if my memory is correct
retro hat
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17/10/2006 15:58:00

saying that i have a dodgy memory
retro hat
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17/10/2006 15:59:00

Lots of people thought that 'Berlin' was just an alibi when he played on trial at pre-season and he scored I think.
Lysimachus
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17/10/2006 17:07:00

great name. I look forward to seeing him spearheading our Champions league campaigns in years to come. Collins Mbesuma anyone?
The Rabbi
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17/10/2006 17:13:00

he looked exceeeeeeedingly ordinary when i saw him play against the mighty yeovil, i suspect we are helping a local club that lives down west. But it is odd that we have kept him around so long you so maybe if he's not yuk, he could be the next Yak. lets hope he is not an Mbsumo of the Chump..ions league.
russellm
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17/10/2006 17:32:00

hes still a nipper, lets see how he copes lower down the leagues, remember defoe at bournemouth?
paultsmouth
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17/10/2006 20:30:00

I'll be amazed if he even plays for Pompey? It would be good to get him out on loan and see what he's got, but the Championship, League One or Two are different to the Premiership aren't they? If he cuts it lower down he'd have a chance but would he get a chance? If not then time will slip past he'll be released at the end of his deal and we'll be none the wiser but he'll be a few quid better off...
pompeyrug
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17/10/2006 21:29:00

We can always loan him out to lower league in Europe. Serie B's Juventus is a good start...
Lysimachus
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18/10/2006 20:18:00

Perhaps Berlin could rebuild Germany as per the Bundesliga - or could he take our breath away ?
pompeygray
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19/10/2006 08:00:00

 

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