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Is The Krul away home?

Creeping through late this hour is the news that Roda JC want to take our Dutch under 21 keeper Tim Krul back to Holland for the season to give him some first team experience. Having made his breakthrough last year, Tiger Tim has to first get past one of the three best keepers in the Premiership in the form of our own leaping leprechaun Shay Given. The rumour doing the rounds in the Dutch press is that they are favourites to do so.

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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 8 2007

Time: 10:07PM

Your Comments

So who are the other 2 great keepers then??? Cant see Shay up there any more, been poor these last 2 seasons IMO
BomBom
Cech and Van Der Saar i reckon.
Roy4Triggs
bombom can u just fock off u w&nker. you dont hav an opinion and its certainly not worth the space its written on.
Toon4LiFe
is Shay not getting old?
merlin
hes 31. still a strong 5 years left in hi
Toon4LiFe
m
Toon4LiFe
Years left in him, manwomanman.
Roy4Triggs
We need to pack Krul away on loan somewhere, so that he doesn't just rot in the reserves like previous youth prospects. We need to get Carroll, Edgar, Huntington, O'Brien and Pattison out somewhere, too.
arctoa
 

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