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Baros completes Pompey move

Baros completes Pompey move

Milan Baros has completed his loan move to Pompey and will stay with us for the rest of the season, with us having an option to by the Lyon striker in the summer.

Harry Redknapp has tried to sign him in the past and has finally achieved what he had wanted. As he has told the Pompey Site he is happy with his signing: 'it's a terrific opportunity to have a look at him.

'It's a loan deal until the end of the season and then we'll see how it goes from there.

'He's a good player who's played at Liverpool and Aston Villa - and he's been the golden boot winner at a European Championships.

'He's got pace and he makes good runs'.

He passed his medical today and will train with us for the first time tomorrow, so he should be in contention to make his debut against United on Wednesday.

To be honest I have nothing else to add here as I think that I have said more than enough on this issue over the past few days, but I will say again though that I think this is a fine signing, and with it being a loan we have almost nothing to lose.

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Writer:pompeyrug
Date:Sunday January 27 2008
Time: 5:40PM

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What I love about this ite, breaking news! You dont have to lok anywhere else on the net for Pompey info, it's all here! Looking forward to Baros playing, think he'll be good for us.
pompey4me
27/01/2008 17:43:00
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pompey4me, i agee, ..-i know i am a Muso but im not turning that into a song- Baros will be good for us I am sure HR will drag out the quality he showed wth CR during Eoro 2004
plymouth graham
27/01/2008 17:51:00
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Don't want him to be too good though or else the dreaded 'big teams' will come after him. I suppose there's pluses and minuses all over the deal.
stillthewhizz
27/01/2008 17:54:00
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One more in the pipeline as well - apparently.
stillthewhizz
27/01/2008 17:58:00
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you are officially the next team to have the displeasure of watching this major disappointment of a player.
townsam
27/01/2008 17:58:00
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Thats officially sour grapes that is! Looking forward to this signing, could do well for us, 'arry often gets the best out of players that other managers dont.
pompey4me
27/01/2008 17:59:00
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Spot on p4m. It's win win all around, if he's ***** he goes back without us wasting another £5m+ and if he does well he puts himself in the window for a bigger move.
stillthewhizz
27/01/2008 18:09:00
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I'm quite looking forward to seeing him, his skill is undoubted, but is his heart here?
paultsmouth
27/01/2008 18:21:00
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Well it's an improvement on the 'won't run' Kanu & 'can't run fast' Nugent.
storagematt
27/01/2008 18:24:00
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certainly an improvement on what we have in my opinion... if it goes belly up he goes back with his tail between his legs and confirms what 'some' think about him - if he does well and falls in love with pompey like so many others do with an arrangement in place we get him.
pompeyrug
27/01/2008 18:32:00
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