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Bardsley Signs For Sunderland

Bardsley Signs For Sunderland

Phil Bardsley has become a Sunderland player.

The young full-back who's spent six months on loan at Sheffield United has signed a three-and-a-half year deal. It means Roy Keane can now field an entire ex-United defence, lining up Bardsley, Evans, McShane and Higginbotham.

'We needed to strengthen our defence and Phil is a good addition to the squad,' Roy Keane simply said while Bardsley enthused that Sunderland are a fantastic club with a fantastic manager.

Phil was supposed to be promising but failed to turn out to be the next Gary Neville, making only 18 appearances. The deal that takes him to the Stadium of Light could reach £2m which is good money, in my opinion.

Good luck Phil!

Writer:Zae
Date:Tuesday January 22 2008
Time: 6:36PM

Comments

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Feckin hell, you´ll actually get some money for him?? We just buy ours expensive as feck and then give em away...might just try your approch there any season soon now.
Blue is the colour
22/01/2008 20:53:00
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And for some reason Stoke paid Ł1m for Shawcross... best piece of business in January I think!
midlothian99
22/01/2008 22:15:00
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I think Roy Keane needs to get some scouts in. That way he can buy players that aren't based purely on his own knowledge. What is that now, 10 ex-united players?
Carlosio
23/01/2008 09:36:00
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Good guess Carlosio.. it's actually nine. Playing Yorke in central midfield, for god's sake! Buying Danny Higginbotham, oh my oh my oh my...
midlothian99
24/01/2008 11:04:00
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lost a good player ther united and it's queens park rangers
ozanne park rangers
24/01/2008 18:21:00
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