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Revolving Door & Now Expect Exits?

Revolving Door & Now Expect Exits?

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Tal Ben-Haim and Jo look set to leave City within the next 28 hours.

Ben-Haim is locked in talks with Sunderland which I understand to be a permanent deal.

While Everton are in talks with Manchester City over a possible loan deal for Jo?

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Writer:amcollinz
Date:Sunday February 1 2009
Time: 12:24PM

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Sky Sports news have confirmed Everton are in talks with Jo over a loan move
toffeetower
01/02/2009 12:45:00
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Watch jo start ripping up trees for everton. That would be citys bad luck...again
enzo city
01/02/2009 12:48:00
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It's about time we started talking about exits rather than just who we're going to buy. Tal Bern Haim clearly has no future at the club after his poor performances and going behind Hughes' back to Gary Cook. Good riddance, he'll probably do OK at Sunderland cause he's worked with Sbragia before. Jo is stagnating at City and a loan deal will be the best thing for him and the club. It would be typical city if he did really well for Everton and denied us a place in Europe, but that's the risk we will have to take if we ever want to se £19million worth of player. I can't see him coming back to MCFC if he does well, but at least we might manage to recoup some of he money we paid for him. Any news on Vassell, Mills, Berti and Ball (Ball is recovering from surgery, can't we buy him out?)
fifthcolumnblue
01/02/2009 13:19:00
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It will be interesting to see if Moyes plays Jo in his proper position, that is one behind the striker.
alphieblues
01/02/2009 13:23:00
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I doubt it alphieblues, but that would be a good thing as it would force jo to get stronger and play centre forward which is where we need him to play.
eighthsin
01/02/2009 14:30:00
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Considering we don't actually have a striker (well we have anichebe but he's beyond useless, and even why our other 3 are injured he still doesn't play), Jo would more than likely play up front alone if he came.
EvertonMike
01/02/2009 14:31:00
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still now news on the likes of ball, vassell and fernandes being show the exit.....
Deejayvu
01/02/2009 15:03:00
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I was under the impression Jo was an out and out striker rather than operating behind the main striker? I'm sure he and Cahill will find a way if they end up playing together. As for us taking him full time at the end of the loan, well i can't see that happening, in order for it to happen you'd be looking at a huge loss because there is not a chance we would pay £19 million for one of your back up players. Unfortunately you'd be looking at a massive loss, possibly beginning to reap the costs of paying well over the odds i'm afraid. Tried and tested is what you need. If this move happens, it's win win for Everton and possibly another great signing by Moyes.
toffeetower
01/02/2009 15:26:00
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Jo is second striker, dropping deep and linking the play. Which he did to good effect at cska playin of fox in the box wagner love. Which explains why hes never settled at city, playing up top alone. Jo only hope for a city future is IF hughes gets sacked in the summer. Thats looking very likely.
enzo city
01/02/2009 16:03:00
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What about Sturridge ?!
city 81
01/02/2009 17:11:00
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