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Kewell in City Link?

Rumours are doing the rounds in Manchester that Liverpool's Aussie international, Harry Kewell, is set to sign for City on a free transfer.

With Stuart Pearce looking to fill the problem left midfield position, Kewell seems to be the latest name linked with City.
Whether he would be prepared to take a big drop in wages is another matter. That added with his continual injury problems may indeed make this a non-starter.




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Writer: Andy Leggott Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 3 2006

Time: 10:56AM

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please take him lol
YNWA4LIFE
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03/08/2006 11:18:00

What a coup that would be !!!
alphieblues
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03/08/2006 11:41:00

Where did it all go wrong for Kewell? He had the world at his feet as a youngster for Leeds, now he might be off to City.... shame really.
pitythefool
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03/08/2006 11:46:00

you dont want to buy harry kewell he is a load of rubbish! kewell from about 5 years ago was good but now he's just collecting his money.
elmo85
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03/08/2006 12:44:00

He is rubbish.
swordfish7
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03/08/2006 14:26:00

he would be a great signing for you and wouldnt be to expensive, he played well 4 liverpool at the end of last season
green giant 12
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03/08/2006 14:30:00

eeeerrrrrr!!!!! sounds like paper talk to me, he was improving again last term, can't see it myself.
sidyid
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04/08/2006 12:43:00

If he's injury free he can play some great stuff, but as we all know he is rarely injury free!
Trig the yid
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05/08/2006 13:05:00

Think he would be a great buy.
bluerick
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06/08/2006 19:00:00

 

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