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Statement From Blues On Pennant

Statement From Blues On Pennant

Official statement from the club:

'Contrary to reports in today's media, Birmingham City Football Club has not agreed a fee with Liverpool FC for Jermaine Pennant.

The two clubs have talked on a couple of occasions but Birmingham City and Liverpool Football Club are a long way off in their respective valuations of the player.

Until Birmingham's valuation is met, the Club will not even consider a move for Pennant.

As Birmingham City have continually stated, they are not looking to sell any of their best players.'

COME ON BLUES, fight them off tooth and nail, lets keep Pennant and get back into the Premiership.


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Date:Tuesday July 25 2006
Time: 2:52PM

Comments

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Don't know that much about him, is he THAT good that you want to keep hold of him?
The Fear
25/07/2006 14:53:00
0
He was good for leeds when he was here on loan, didn't stop us from getting relegated either though.
sdfrichmond
25/07/2006 17:42:00
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He's one of your best players and you need to keep them if you're going to get back up
DougInABox
26/07/2006 08:56:00
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Am I right in saying he topped the Opta stats for the amount of crosses put in by a premiership player last season? Sure I've read that somewhere...
lil_blues_fan
26/07/2006 09:00:00
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Looks today as though the statement above is not worth the paper its written on now!! £6m to Liverpool according to todays reports.. all well and good doubling money in 12 months, but who to replace him?? And some of the profit goes to Arsenal...
lil_blues_fan
26/07/2006 11:29:00
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