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Sullivan Strikes The Right Chord

Sullivan Strikes The Right Chord

Finally David Sullivan has given an interview that will please fans after a string of comments that have only angered the fanbase.

Speaking to local reporters he spoke about loan signings Fabrice Muamba, Seb Larsson and Nick Bendtner:

'We have all seen the impact they have had on our team this season. They are fantastic young players with great potential.

'If we go up then we would move heaven and earth to buy Bendtner, Muamba and Larsson. We have an option on Larsson anyway, but not on the other two.

'If they don't get any injuries then he's (Bendtner) with us for the season, that's assured.'

Blues already have Muamba and Larsson for the whole season, and Sullivan believes we could have a good chance of signing Muamba at the end, and as said above we already have an option on Larsson.

'I don't mean this in a derogatory way, but he might not be an Arsenal player. They tend to go for silky, skillful types. Muamba is very combative, he's more our type of player.'


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Date:Saturday November 18 2006
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very good loan signings that he seems prepared to commit to for the future...
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20/11/2006 15:07:00
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