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Kilkenny Looking Forward With Relish

Kilkenny Looking Forward With Relish

Neil Kilkenny is confident that Birmingham City have landed a gem with the arrival of £4million striker Cameron Jerome from Cardiff.

Midfielder Kilkenny, who was recently part of Australia's pre-World Cup preparations is already looking to the new season with relish whereas I'm looking to Burger King for lunch with relish.

The 20-year-old told the Birmingham Mail:

'I'm looking forward to next season, and I just want to play, I want to be involved. It's good what the manager is doing, he wants us to be more energetic and with Cameron Jerome in, we've got more pace up front. Hopefully we will be a bit different this season and do well.'


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Date:Tuesday June 13 2006
Time: 10:22AM

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Comments

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4m never worth that in a million years, i could be proved wrong but i dont rate him at all
green giant 12
13/06/2006 11:05:00
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My burger (with relish) was great, thanks for asking.
Tilton Honour
13/06/2006 13:26:00
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I agree with the jolly giant here. I cannot see how he is worth £4mill but i'm also realistic enough to know that Steve Bruce may also know a little bit more than me. Anyway, it's not their worth, it what you have to pay to acquire them.
FEn_100
15/06/2006 09:20:00
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He's a good player, and it'll be interesting how he fits in. I reckon £4M was a bit much though, and agree with Fen and Green.
richy23
18/06/2006 10:24:00
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