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Agustien can't wait to move to Blues

Agustien can't wait to move to Blues

AZ Alkmaar midfielder Kemy Agustien is looking to get his loan move to Birmingham City done and dusted as soon as possible.

The 21-year-old made 25 league appearances for AZ last season and is thought to be moving to the English Championship with the Blues on a one year loan deal.

It is also believed that Blues will also have an option to make the transfer permanent at the end of the 2008/09 season.

Agustien is excited at the thought of playing in England, telling De Telegraaf newspaper: 'Birmingham want to return to the Premier League as soon as possible, and I find that a great challenge.

'What people think of me playing at a lower level doesn't bother me,' he added.

'The starting point is that I can play football again and make progression under Alex McLeish, a top coach who wants to have me in his squad.

'And it is also a fact that the Championship is well thought of.'

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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Tuesday July 29 2008
Time: 11:26AM

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Foxxy I think it's time to give the Wigan Vital a bit of grief on here they are ripping into us let's do the same.
iNathan
29/07/2008 11:58:00
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We shouldn't worry about little rugby villages
DrBluenose
29/07/2008 12:02:00
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I do laugh at how they consider that they have better players than us. Kirkland - Glass back, Wilson Palacios - Worst player I've seen since Ferdinand Coly, Emile Heskey - Can't score more than 5 goals in a season, Daniel de Ridder - Birmingham reject, Titus Bramble - Most would say worst defender in the Premier League, Mario Melchiout - Birmingham reject and waste of space, Kapo - Useless. While we get linked with their better players like Ryan Taylor, Scharner, and Koumas. Bruce is signing the players he took us down with and we get linked with their better players when we are in the Championship. I think Wigan will find we are light years ahead of them.
iNathan
29/07/2008 12:28:00
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went shopping earlier, just about to buy the last slab of alchol, then a phone call came thro, birmingham wanted it. inathan your moaning about daniel de ridder and kapo saying they rejects, when they where playing week in week out you loved them, and your saying your light years ahead of wigan, they in the premier league mate, and every time we (cardiff) try to buy someone, birmingham like to get him
bluebird04
29/07/2008 22:33:00
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Daniel de Ridder was never a regular at Birmingham you idiot nor was Kapo. Idiot. Go back to your tiny little Welsh club. Face it Birmingham or Cardiff your pathetic I bet you're not even a Cardiff fan.
iNathan
30/07/2008 11:11:00
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tiny little welsh club, well seeing as we reached the final of the F.A CUP, urm you have bought jerome off us, you wanted roger johnson off us, you nipped bent from going to us, which im glad, you tried to get ross mcCormick from us, you seem to want ever cardiff city do and you just been relagated, and as for saying im not a cardiff city fan, well all i can say is, i will be there when you come to ninain and lose 2-0 again to us, and inathan, mate you sound like a 10 year old,
bluebird04
30/07/2008 18:48:00
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Birmingham City yesterday threatened legal action against over alleged 'poaching' of Steve Bruce's former staff. The Midlands club are so incensed they have written to the Premier League about Wigan's conduct. Co-owner David Sullivan has complained to his opposite number at Wigan, Dave Whelan, after another member of the staff left St Andrew's to join Bruce, with the Premier League club being accused of 'rape and pillage'.
DrBluenose
30/07/2008 22:37:00
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