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Derbyshire Signs 12 Month Loan Deal

Derbyshire Signs 12 Month Loan Deal

After successfully completing a medical at St Andrews this afternoon, Olympiacos striker Matt Derbyshire has signed on a one year loan deal.

Derbyshire, 24, could make his stay with Birmingham a permanent one if he can impress the powers that be during his loan spell.

He could make his Birmingham debut against his old club Blackburn Rovers when the two sides meet at St Andrew's on Saturday.



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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Monday August 16 2010
Time: 7:50PM

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I was waiting for someone to bring him back to the Premier League. Good signing, I think.
Teddy_KGB
17/08/2010 03:06:00
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What is it with you blokes, every start of the season you have more On Loan Players than the Small Heath Library has books out on Loan... I thought these Chinese guys who own your Club had some money to spend or is it all a sham. Where is the 60 million they were boasting on spending. Start calling you lot 2nd Hand Blues
kevin48
18/08/2010 01:06:00
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