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Blues Hungary For Another Striker?

Birmingham City, having already captured Cardiff City's top scorer Cameron Jerome, are now being linked to Hungarian international striker Peter Rajczi.

The Birmingham Mail claim that Blues might be able to attract the 25-year-old to St Andrews on a free as his contract expires in the summer with current club Ujpest.

Rajczi scored 23 goals during last season and has 42 goals in 73 games in total.




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Date:Thursday June 1 2006

Time: 10:34AM

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" LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE DETERMINED TO COME BOUNCING BACK"
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01/06/2006 10:36:00

jerome could do well but i think he is a tad over rated and never worth 3 million no way!
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