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Blues Bolster Defence With Loan Signing.

Blues have signed their second player of the summer by bringing in young Tottenham defender Grant Hall.

The 22 year old has been doing well at Tottenham in the reserves but has still to make his first team debut, a loan spell at St Andrews will give him valuable first team experience in the Championship and also boost City's defence.

Last term Hall went out on loan to league one side Swindon Town for the whole season and was an ever-present in the side, he earned plaudits from both staff and fans of the club.

Blues have Hall for the full season and there is no call back clause in his contract.




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Date:Saturday June 7 2014

Time: 5:34PM

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Good potential and he wont get called back like players did last season to leave us b olloxed
toilet dweller
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07/06/2014 18:08:00

Bartley and Burn only got called back because Blues allowed it, they had the right to say no, but i suspect it was all about money and that Blues couldn't afford to keep them any longer. We replaced them with i presume totally free players where we didn't have to pay a loan fee nor pay towards their wages, whereas with Bartley and Burn we were paying towards their wages at the very least.
Francis Stroud
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07/06/2014 22:31:00

Can you realistically prove any of that? There is little chance blues paid a loan free at all, both Swansea and Fulham had injuries and form problems in their defence. If what you say is true why we're we about to have Burn back before Fulham chanced manager again and he was retained.
HappyBlueHarry
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09/06/2014 08:38:00

at least he can't be recalled
Iknowmorethanblue
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09/06/2014 14:24:00

 

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