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Blues Battle For David Weir

The Blues and the Baggies are nose to nose in the chase for Everton's veteran centre half.

The 36 year old player is now a free agent after being released by the Merseyside club and has already held talks with both clubs, despite also being offered a further 12 month contract with Everton.

Talking on the player Steve Bruce said:

'Defensively, look at Malky Mackay at Watford, Craig Short at Sheffield United, two of the promoted clubs, if you can get good experience and good pros in those positions, it's vital.'




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Date:Wednesday June 7 2006

Time: 4:20PM

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Maybe Steve Bruce and Bryan Robson should fight for him? I would buy a ticket to see that one.
KeepRightOn
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07/06/2006 16:52:00

Can just imagine the tv executives having a field day over that idea. You would have to back Bruce in that contest.
Tilton Honour
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07/06/2006 16:53:00

be a good signing for you but maybe for just one season cause he is getting on now
green giant 12
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07/06/2006 17:09:00

I would pay thousands to see Robson and Bruce ahve a fight. Who do you think would win? I'd put my money on Robson! He'd be a good signing if you can get him
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07/06/2006 18:51:00

 

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