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Sibierski looking for Everton move

Sibierski looking for Everton move

Skysports.com are reporting that City's French utility player, Antoine Sibierski, is considering moving to Everton.

Sibierski's agent, Willie McKay, is reported as saying that David Moyes is a big fan of the player and is looking at ways of taking the player to Goodison on a free transfer.

Sibierski has flattered to deceive during his time with the blues and would not be considered a great loss by many of the supporters. However it would mean that the serial boo boys would need to find a new target for the coming season.


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Writer:Andy Leggott
Date:Wednesday August 9 2006
Time: 10:01AM

Comments

0
Sibierski has never done that much at manchester city, i dont think a move to everton will help either
green giant 12
09/08/2006 11:34:00
0
Hes looked showed glimses of class, but 90% of the time hes been very average. Its a myth about him being so good in the air. Will not be dissapointed to see him go.
bluerick
09/08/2006 12:58:00
0
Maybe he will come out of his shell a bit at everton.
swanzboichris
09/08/2006 14:26:00
0
Seems to ba lot leaving??? Ship & rats spring to mind. There is always a surprise team going down each season. Now Villa may have a new owner, you & Fulham look a fair bet.
storagematt
09/08/2006 20:40:00
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Seems like storagematt is just another red, who just cant stop talking about city. I thought we are the ones that are ment to be bitter?!
bluerick
10/08/2006 09:03:00
0
At least the squad appears to be a lot stronger than at this time last year.
alphieblues
10/08/2006 09:59:00
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I think we lost too many games last season becuase we had a week midfield (when Barton and Reyna were out). Pearce has signed quality in Didi and Dabo, and Barton signing a new contract is fantastic news. Corradi will play a similar role to Sibi, but he looks more powerful
bluerick
10/08/2006 10:30:00
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bluerik. I'm a Pompey blue. Just a bit of banter, no harm intended. Actually, we're quite similar having spent most of my supporting years (30+) in the shadow of our own red enemy, Southampton. Thankfully the scum, as we call them, are below us. Wish all you blue moons a happy season.
storagematt
10/08/2006 20:50:00
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