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Cross City Move For Julian Gray?

David O'Dreary has been linked to a cross city move for Blues midfielder Julian Gray after Gareth Barry was linked to Tottenham Hotspurs.

According to reports today if Barry leaves then the Viler boss will target 26-year-old Gray as a replacement.

Apparently O'Dreary has been watching Gray since his Crystal Palace days. Gray joined us from Palace in 2004. The speculation is further fuelled by the rumour that Birmingham City manager Steve Bruce and Gray have fallen out. Obviously the whispers suggest that Gray was one of two players who refused to play in the final game of the season against Bolton. I must stress that hasn't been confirmed, I don't want to get sued on only my second day running this site.

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Date:Wednesday May 24 2006

Time: 10:06AM

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good enough.... i dont think so
green giant 12
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24/05/2006 10:58:00

back where you belong ,now we will take your best players ,i thought our lot were an embaresment cheers
south coast villain
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24/05/2006 11:28:00

Better than anything you'll ever see at your ground green giant. Gray is a decent prem player. IMHO
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24/05/2006 14:21:00

Wasn't Gray one of your better players last season?
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24/05/2006 15:12:00


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