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Swansea Target Stockdale?

Swansea Target Stockdale?

When Roy Hodgson coughed up the sum of £350,000 for the services of the Darlington keeper, David Stockdale, many thought he has spotted that certain something that make keepers a special breed.

But, the signing of Mark Schwarzer has seen opportunities for Stockdale to be limited.

Swansea City web-sites are no broadly proclaiming that Stockdale is about to join them on loan after being left with just one keeper on the clubs books.

The loan looks to be feasible because Hodgson surprised us all in the transfer window by signing the elderly Pascal Zuberbuhler.

But, if Stockdale does go on loan we hope there`d be a return clause as an injury to either of our previously mentioned keepers would leave us a little scarce with regard to top-notch stoppers now that Niemi has retired and Keller and Warner have departed to pastures new!




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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Wednesday September 10 2008
Time: 4:49PM

Comments

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send them that Swissbloke instead!
Al Billy
10/09/2008 19:45:00
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the experience will do him good! Stockdale that is!
Putney
10/09/2008 19:47:00
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may send the lad out on loan to gain some 'experience' given the clause that we can recall him anytime anyplace
genuch
11/09/2008 06:50:00
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agree with you al billy, if schwarzer gets injured stockdale should be the number 2 , he had agreat preseason i think this is astep backwards for him
dan the man
11/09/2008 09:05:00
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