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City get Trabelsi

City have signed Tunisian, ex Ajax star, Hatem Trabelsi, on a free transfer subject to the player obtaining a work permit.

Trabelsi has signed an initial one year deal with an option to extend it next summer.

The player is an attacking right back who impressed for Tunisia in the world cup. He has also been the subject of Arsenal interest for the past few seasons.

Stuart Pearce is confident that he has captured one of the best Bosman's of the summer and is expected to include Trabelsi in his side to face Porto on Saturday.




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Writer: Andy Leggott Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 10 2006

Time: 8:06PM

Your Comments

big woop getting some1 with health problems
carrickisours
obsession alert ...... as opposed to 19 million for what ?????
ronin
How many injurys has Carrick already had in his career?! Bad buy my firend. Delighted at signing Trabelsi, has to be one of the bargains of the summer. Last season we had too many kids, this season we have some real international quality.
bluerick
AS A CHELSEA FAN I CAN HONESTLY SAY HE IS THE SECOND BEST BOSMAN THIS SEASON...AFTER BALLACK. TRABELSI IS CLASS....BUT WHAT ABOUT THE YOUNGSTER ONUOHA?
Adilson
Onuoha has been out injured long term, he played a freindly the other night so hes getting back. But hes 18 and still has alot to learn, playing the the same squad as players like Trabelsi can only be good for his development. Him and Micah Richards are going to have big futures in the game.
bluerick
Even better that he has been signed on a 'Pay as you Play' basis.
alphieblues
 

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