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Hey Roy! Leave That Crock Alone!

With Roy Hodgson having admitted, in his post match Celtic interview, that we could do with signing another striker; a familiar face has entered the frame.

That name being that of Louis Saha.

Saha, played for us between 2000 and 2004 and carved out a goal scoring reputation that saw Manchester United offer us bag fulls of cash for his signature.

Sadly, since joining Manchester United, Saha has encountered a bad run of injuries and with United keen to sign another striker (Berbatov), looks to be on his way out of Old Trafford.

Therefore, it is not really a surprise to see our name linked with him, the News of the World seems quite sure that Saha is the man Roy Hodgson has identified as being the one to bring a cutting edge to our attack.

My first impressions, despite great memories of Saha`s previous spell with us, are to leave well alone.

He`ll cost an absolute fortune and his injury record makes me very wary!

So Sunderland, if I had my way, he`s all yours!

Anyone else got an opinion?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 20 2008

Time: 10:49AM

Your Comments

I'll second that motion - tto injury prone!
Al Billy
And he left saying "i want to go to a bigger team to more internationals" ha ha, so sod him
glad to see my opinions are shared, kind of a relief!
Agree, leave well alone.
Ah, but IF he returns, I say forgive and forget and lets look to the future and get behind the team!
If he'd stayed fit at Utd he could have been one of the greats. He's too much of a risk. Leave him! Anyone else heard the rumour that malbranque is off to Sunderland?
with tanio, Kaboul and Chimbonda
I think he could be a good buy but only at a good price, which is probably unlikely.
y hhel cost near 7 mil i think he is as badley injured as bellamy even worse perhaps
a permanent resident of the the treatment table methinks!
Al Billy
all ointment and bandages :-)
and x-rays and scans!
Don't want him!
so that's sorted - Saha - stay away!

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