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Bent signs three year deal with Blues

Bent signs three year deal with Blues

Birmingham have completed the signing of striker Marcus Bent from Charlton Athetic after the player snubbed Cardiff City.

The 30-year-old has signed a three year contract with Blues in a deal that could be worth just over £1million with add-ons.

The deal came about after the player turned his back on Cardiff at the last minute and wanted to speak with Birmingham.

Blues now have five first team strikers on the books.



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Wednesday July 16 2008
Time: 1:12PM

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Sure this was done just to spite Cardiff. Why do we need Bent?
MrBlueSky
16/07/2008 13:43:00
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very good signing, will do well for you.
wimp2k7
16/07/2008 16:20:00
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So, honestly, what is your opinion of your prospects of a quick return?
C T E
16/07/2008 20:23:00
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Bad move, he's awful. sulks and very hit & miss and more miss, a lot more
worbo
16/07/2008 21:44:00
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CTE, I'm expecting nothing short of a play off place, but I think top two is highly likely
MrBlueSky
16/07/2008 23:24:00
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You have a good manager. In fact a very good manager. Once he finds his feet in English football he will left you lot up no end..... incidentally, is the 'Watering Hole' still open? Had a very unpleasant pre-match drink there. M&B.....jeez, beer in Brum is awful.
greyhound
17/07/2008 21:28:00
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