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Bruce Hails Loan Signing

It seems Nicklas Bendtner is going to make a habit of scoring crucial goals for Birmingham.

The 18 year old, who's onloan from Arsenal scored his second Blues goal against Palace yesterday and seems to show no signs of stopping.

'I don't think there was any doubt that when the chance fell to Nicklas he was going to take it.

'He's only been here a couple of weeks and we didn't see him last week because he was away with Denmark making his international debut where he also scored.

'You can see he's a very good talent and we're delighted to have him here and we hope we can keep him here until the end of the season because he can definitely score goals.'





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Date:Sunday August 20 2006

Time: 3:33PM

 

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