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Kemy Agustien joins Blues on season long loan

Kemy Agustien joins Blues on season long loan

Birmingham City have confirmed this morning that they have signed Dutch midfielder Kemy Agustien on a season-long loan from AZ Alkmaar.

Last week Vital Birmingham reported that the Dutch star would be joining Blues in the near future and today the 21 year old signed up.

The midfielder can come to St Andrews on a permanent basis at the end of the loan period should he impress.




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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Wednesday July 30 2008
Time: 11:59AM

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We should be promoted right now we are better than Wigan, Fulham, Hull City, West Brom, Stoke City, Middlesbrough. Let's scrap the play off system and put it in the Premiership. There should be a play off between the team that finished 3rd in the Championship and those relegated from the Premiership. We should not be in the Championship with the calibre of players we have.
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30/07/2008 14:23:00
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