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2006-07 Squad Numbers Announced

2006-07 Squad Numbers Announced

Blues have today announced the squad numbers for the upcoming promotion campaign.

1 - Maik Taylor
2 - Stephen Kelly
3 - Matthew Sadler
4 - Martin Taylor
5 - Matthew Upson
6 - Stephen Clemence
7 - Jermaine Pennant
8 - Cameron Jerome
9 - Mikael Forssell
10 - David Dunn
11 - Julian Gray
12 - Mehdi Nafti
13 - Colin Doyle
14 - Dudley Campbell
15 - Neil Kilkenny
16 - Emile Heskey
17 - Neil Danns
20 - Marcos Painter
22 - Damien Johnson
24 - Alex Bruce
26 - Olivier Tebily
27 - Peter Till
28 - Matthew Birley


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Date:Wednesday July 5 2006
Time: 1:47PM

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This has been cut and pasted from the official web site
BigAl
05/07/2006 14:43:00
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Who the heck is Matthew Birley? It can't be the same kid I went to school with can it? Well well done Matty, broke into the big time at the age of 43. Brilliant. Never give up your dreams eh! Big Al, if it ent from the official site where else could it be from? Someone gotta make it public. Whatever next.. Blues players with numbers and ???? on the back?
greyhound
05/07/2006 14:47:00
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Nope, it was hand typed.....from the official site. Theres very little editorial license when it comes to repeating squad numbers. However, at some point in the future this very page will transform itself into an index for player profiles. I did think about making a crack about Heskey having such a "high" shirt number, but any conspiracy theories there are kind of buggered with Danns and Johnson having even higher shirt numbers.
Blackeye
05/07/2006 17:08:00
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why the hell is julian gray number 11 surely he is lookin for a new left mid
cj_bcfc
17/07/2006 23:46:00
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