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Club Confirm Approach From Citeh For Hart

Club Confirm Approach From Citeh For Hart

It has been confirmed by Birmingham City that Manchester City have enquired about getting on loan keeper Joe Hart back for the remainder of the season.

Citeh are now struggling after an injury to Shay Given last time out.

Hart`s parent club have been to the FA and said they have 'exceptional circumstances`, but they would consider their request to ask for the keeper back.

But to get him they would need the go ahead from FIFA, the player himself and Birmingham City.

A Blues spokesman told the Birmingham Mail: "We have received a formal approach from Manchester City about Joe Hart going back.

"It is being discussed by all relevant parties."



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Tuesday April 27 2010
Time: 2:16PM

Comments

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If it would help City beat Villa to 4th spot then I would let him go back
SOTV2010
27/04/2010 14:19:00
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Don't let him go, let them rot in their pile of cash and oil!!!!!!
ledgespur
27/04/2010 15:20:00
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Bet you want him to stay! That wouldn't help you none would it?
SOTV2010
27/04/2010 17:15:00
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ledgespur you jealous idiot, grow up. I think he'll be back anyway as competition for Shay Given, at 23 I don't really think any keeper should expect to be a No1. at any PL club. He's still learning.
RobsonGreensleeves
27/04/2010 21:06:00
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Thanks for the offer guys but the FA wont allow it.
Thaibluefan
28/04/2010 01:41:00
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