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Defoe for EMO

Little and large seems the answer to our quandary as, following Peter Crouch`s links earlier, Jermain Defoe has been the next player linked to the Allardyce revolution. The tag line is that if England`s Michael Owen leaves then the little man will be replaced by the other little man. Hardly a brain surgeon`s knowledge required to put that link into place.

Otherwise Peter Crouch has been quick to come out and deny he`s heading for the exit door at Victimpool. Crouch told SkySports:

'He's (Benitez) told me I'm part of his plans and that's good enough for me. At a club like Liverpool there's going to be competition for places, especially as the manager likes to chop and change.'

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday May 28 2007

Time: 10:36AM

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If we can get defoe for less than we sell owen for, can't see we'll lose that much and will have a less injury prone player with a point to prove.
Shearer#1
no, i want to see Owen give us a season at least.
MagpieMad
Can't see Defoe settling oop north to be honest.
SirLes
Agree MM - I think he will as well.
BaldEagle
Defoe would be the ideal signing for you. I think he is just itching for a move and wants first team football and he will get that at St James Park.
will it ever happen
 

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