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Palermo Expect To Keep Blues Target

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

'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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Date:Wednesday June 16 2010
Time: 3:12PM


Not sure that we should be looking at 30 year olds, lets get some younger talent into the club
Original Prankster
16/06/2010 15:33:00
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.
16/06/2010 16:48:00
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