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Chasing Harry Kewell?

As the start of the season approaches we`re expecting our name to be linked with the signing of more and more players.

The football journalists know that Martin Jol has some money to spend so they`ll not be short of ideas as to who we might possibly be pursuing.

Today the suggestion is that Martin Jol is looking to bring Harry Kewell back to the Premier League.

Kewell, as far as we can recall, is still in Turkish football having already graced the Premier League with both Liverpool and Leeds United.

From what we can remember, Kewell was laid up rather a lot with injuries whilst at those two clubs.

Is he worth the risk?

Our answer would have to be a no!

What`s your verdict?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday July 19 2011

Time: 4:41PM

Your Comments

Almost 33 and washed up! I have to agree! One positive aspect is that he is free, but thats about it...
Zimmer2002
What the hell happened to this policy of youth, we already have a good squad of players who are at that sort of age I'm sure Jol said what we needed was younger players to compliment the older ones and provide a natural progression of the squad
Oldwolf
Ignore, this is just tabloid crap coming out.
Riverside Chanter
indeed paper talk cant find any lines to tap ha ha
truth sayer ffc
this better be made up... i don't want an injured 33 year old sitting in the training room...
woodysweats
 

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