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Kitson to Newcastle

According to Guardian both Celtic and Newcastle are interested in the Reading forward. From what I have seen of Kitson, he seems quite mobile and given half a chance, he is dangerous. I am not sure he is going to score twenty goals a season though. He might be good foil for Owen and Martins but I think realistically we should put this on the maybe pile but I would rather see young Andy Carroll have a chance in the team.

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Writer: TerryHugill Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday June 21 2008

Time: 8:45AM

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He's *****. Avoid like the plague. If Ashley has any pretences of getting the club into Europe rather than asset stripping we should stay well clear of third rate dross like Kitson.
BaldEagle
Ive seen worse players linked with us. Personally i think he could do well in a black n white shirt. I would go for crouch first though. And we cant forget young carroll. the lad needs a break.
Toon4LiFe
you cannot go for crouch every manager that has dealt with him have only ever used him as a bit part player and we need to trust they know something we dont . up the poolies
leehitchen
Nah i dont want Crouch **** that he's ok but personally id like to see the dutch lad Huntlaar in black n white. Kitson he's alright and always plays well against us.
davidmillzy
Kitson? Lacking ambition I might say. You should sign Engelaar, Mertesacker and Belletti.
Just-an-Ipswich-fan
Well at least the red hair won't clash with the Black n white!!
pentonpompey
 

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