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Blues- Rovers striker switch?

Blues fans at Bolton today were hit by a rumour that Forssell's absence from today's line up was due to him discussing terms with the dreaded Blackburn Rovers. This was to be a swap deal involving fellow Finnish International Shefki Kuqi. Kuqi was on the mark for Rovers today.

If true it would signal Blues first day of shopping at the market stall rather than at Harrods. While Blues fans expect to see some departures to lose Forssell when his two year fitness battle seamed to be ending would be a bitter blow.




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Date:Sunday May 7 2006

Time: 9:06PM

Your Comments

doubt kuqi would step down a league. He gets first team football at blackburn
jono_forest
Forsell is a quality player when he is fit and on form. I can't imagine he would want to go down with Birmingham, he's more than capable of being a top Premiership performer as he has proven already. Kuqi hasn't exaclty been first choice for Blackburn, so he may be tempted to join his brother at the Brum.
pitythefool
Little Brother wont be at blues much longer!!
BigAl
let there be no truth in heskey for pompey rumours also!
paultsmouth
I would gladly swap Kuqi with For Forrsell..Although if Eidur Gudjonsson arrives at Ewood park well then perhaps those brummies can have Kuqi and keep Forrsell..
RoverBoy
Heskey could buy Pompey not the other way round
BigAl
"Heskey could buy Pompey not the other way round" BigAl I'd be more than happy at that Al, so long as he didn't play !!
FEn_100
Surely no one is serious about buying that rusty shovel. To me he is Andy Coles handbag. Keep him Big Al he will probably go O.K. in the COKE league....
pompeygray
 

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