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@SkySportsNewsHQ: BREAKING NEWS: West Brom sign Georgios Samaras from Celtic on a two-year deal #SSNHQ

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On a side note Celtic are after Uniteds keeper Ander Lindegaard on loan if they qualify for the Champions League which is looking likely. That would spell the end of any Steele rumours, although I don't think he was ever an option for them.

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Samaras :(

 

Would he have got Prowler's seal of approval?

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Why would anybody show interest in David N'gog?

 

To make their other strikers look good

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Why would anybody show interest in David N'gog?

 

To make their other strikers look good

 

Could you imagine how good Seb Hines would think he is if he had to go up against Ngog every training session. His Confidence would go through the roof :P

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Eagles is an interesting one on that list. He looked s decent player a few years ago.

 

wouldn't say no to Eagles, i think he's got a bit of quality about him.

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Has anyone mentioned Vossen yet today?

 

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Vossen.

 

He got injured this week by......a staircase. Out of tonights game with Gent.

 

Yeah, that old chestnut, a staircase injury.....a good enough reason to be left out I suppose :blush:

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Has anyone mentioned Vossen yet today?

 

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...

 

Vossen.

 

He got injured this week by......a staircase. Out of tonights game with Gent.

 

Yeah, that old chestnut, a staircase injury.....a good enough reason to be left out I suppose :blush:

 

Tudders, carpet burns are no laughing matter!

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Has anyone mentioned Vossen yet today?

 

...

 

...

 

Vossen.

 

He got injured this week by......a staircase. Out of tonights game with Gent.

 

Yeah, that old chestnut, a staircase injury.....a good enough reason to be left out I suppose :blush:

 

Tudders, carpet burns are no laughing matter!

 

Not the lamest injury I've ever heard of. Remember Windass lifting that bag from his car? Oh dear

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