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Etuhu on Hodgson Radar?

Etuhu on Hodgson Radar?

With Monday and the closing of the transfer window fast looming, Roy Hodgson could still be looking to add to his squad.

The 'Evening Standard' was, last night, suggesting that a deal to sign Dickson Etuhu. From Sunderland, could be resurrected.

Etuhu was, originally we believe, involved in the deal that took David Healy to Sunderland, but somewhere down the line though it didn't materialise.

Talking about the deal Roy Hodgson is quoted as saying,

'There is still some chance that will happen.'

'We're hopeful that the deal will go through.'


Would you perceive Dickson Etuhu as the sort of signing to take us forward or would you be worried it'll mean splitting up the central midfield combination of Bullard and Murphy?

Or should we be aiming higher than somebody from a side in currently bracketed in the same level as us?




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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Friday August 29 2008
Time: 3:51PM

Comments

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It's done. I suspect a bench player who will make the occasional start. Someone who can come on for someone like Hughes but play infront of the back four
jackbarendse
29/08/2008 19:29:00
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anyone know how much we paid for him?
Al Billy
29/08/2008 19:45:00
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now he's signed he can put his feet up for two weeks thanks to Unted!
Al Billy
29/08/2008 19:46:00
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i've heard £3million. more likely £1.5million
oranje_emu
30/08/2008 04:17:00
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try 2 millon pound and thats what we got for healy
dan the man
30/08/2008 14:02:00
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so s it swapping healy for etuhu. how many midfielders now we've got anyway?
genuch
01/09/2008 05:04:00
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