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Davis Situation Still Murky!

It was sort of expected that Steven Davis would have, by now, got his dream move to Ibrox.

Unfortunately, that doesn`t appear to be the case with rumours in circulation that the clubs cannot agree a fee.

All this delay has done, apart from keep us all on edge, has allowed other clubs to make polite enquiries.

One such club, Blackburn Rovers, are according to Setanta Sports, prepared to enter into the bidding.

Paul Ince, the newest manager in the Premier League, is obviously keen to recruit some new talent and obviously regards Davis as somebody who could assist him in his cause.

We`ll bring you more news when, or if, it becomes available.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday July 5 2008

Time: 12:10PM

Your Comments

as long as he's not at the Cottage when the season starts and we get a bit of money for him, I'm happy whereever he goes
donfulham
but wouldn't we like the cash ASAP so we can use it buy someone?
Al Billy
or would we like a midfielder who reached the uefa cup final?!
wobbles
I suspect we are holding out for a 2we want what we paid, or he won't go". I wouldn't mind him still being at the club come the start of the season.
oranje_emu
Can't get the memory of him wandering about the pitch for game after game for us being completely ineffectual, unable to pass, tackle, go past a player, kick a ball in a straight line. He was AWFUL. The fact that he went to Rangers and suddenly started playing well shows that he couldn't be arsed to play well for us. Can't blame S****z's system of play because RH kept the faith with him for the first few games before dropping him after no improvement and then letting him go off on loan. Get rid of him, get money for him, we're better off without him.
donfulham
yeah! but how much - 4 million?
Putney
I can't imagine anyone would pay that for him unless S*****z gets another job!
donfulham
 

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