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Sol move depends on Al

So as we wake this morning to the fact 'England's 2nd most marketable footballer' could be on his way to the Mancs and that we could be Malaysian controlled by next week, another tattle link sees Sol Campbell linked with SJP. The papers today make any move totally dependent on Al being boss, meaning a swift conclusion to the bidding process is required ASAP.




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 3 2009

Time: 8:26AM

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This could make sense. Sol has been brilliant for us at Pompey but last season he & we struggled. Not sure if he has another prem season in him. However could do a brilliant job for you.
storagematt
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03/07/2009 08:51:00

I Dont see Newcastle spending more than 1 year in the Championship, and it may be a blessing in disguise as it enables the Toon to offload alot of dead wood (From manager up i mean not on the pitch), including Mike Arsely. So agree with Matt, i dont know if Sol could do a whole year in prem, but could be a great buy on a 12month contract for you guys.?? Good luck for the coming season, see you in the prem next year i hope.
Midge
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03/07/2009 09:26:00

I have to agree, Sol would cut it in the championship without any problems. Midge, you will see us in premiership next season if mike ashley hurry's and sells the club!
xpertweb.co.uk
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03/07/2009 10:35:00

wouldn't be a bad 1 year signing actually, would make sense to have the experience for your promotion chasing season?
the fear
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03/07/2009 13:30:00

Yeah I agree completly, Sol would fill the gap left by the departures and will be great signing especially for free
sfosteruk
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03/07/2009 17:10:00

Would be happy with that move. Just need to get this crap off the pitch sorted first.
BaldEagle
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03/07/2009 18:51:00

sign him...trust sol...he will be better den colo for sure
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03/07/2009 18:55:00

 

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