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Palermo Expect To Keep Blues Target

Serie A side Palermo are confident that Fabrizio Miccoli will turn his back on a move to St Andrews and remain with the Italians.

Blues have been chasing Miccoli for a while now and have placed a few bids for the player, but Palermo are determined to keep the 30 year old.

A press conference has been arranged for Thursday where Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini expects the player to announce he is staying put.

'Fabrizio will remain with us,' Zamparini told reterete24.it.

'Yesterday I met Miccoli, and I reiterated the esteem and confidence the club holds him in. He was a bit worried after he suffered a knee injury. But I told him to stay because we consider him a key part of the project.'





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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 16 2010

Time: 3:12PM

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Not sure that we should be looking at 30 year olds, lets get some younger talent into the club
Original Prankster
Speaking of younger talent, rumor has it you're looking at Nathaniel Clyne from Palace. That would be a great signing. I was hoping Fulham might go after him. I must say, I'm really impressed with Birmingham's transfer market activity thus far. Showing real ambition.
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