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Ben Haim on loan?

Ben Haim on loan?

Having missed out on a Bolton Bosman move for Tal Ben Haim in July, when the player decided to make a dash to the Bridge, Big Sam has brought out the begging bowl and asked Chelsea for a loan of one of his former charges.

However reality might bite with this one. Any move is likely to be made after the Stoke game, which many are pegging as the one that will ultimately decide BSA`s future. Having received the manager`s long list last week, Chris Mort remains in a quandary with a 'back me or sack me` situation, with Allardyce`s reign looking more and more like becoming a lame duck.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Thursday January 3 2008
Time: 12:04PM

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Lets hope BSA gets Ben Haim in ASAP and maybe a Wes Brown. Nows the time to see if the board are going to back him or sack him. We also need another forward possibly Robbie Keane or someone who is going to get a few goals as Martins is off to ANC and Owen just coming back into the frame.
davidmillzy
03/01/2008 15:15:00
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You can have him for free and forever...
chelsinho
03/01/2008 19:40:00
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i hope we dont have to pay you lots to have him. i would not blame sam if he ask for money.
kaybee
04/01/2008 03:17:00
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ben Haim would be another nail in our Bolton looking coffin.
SirLes
04/01/2008 14:55:00
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