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Al Fayed to Open Cheque Book!

Despite us not having a confirmed manager, it would appear that Al Fayed is prepared to sanction the purchases of three players in the January transfer window.

Apparently, talks have been held to determine where it is perceived the team are weak and these talks have reputedly suggested we`ll be buying a striker, a full back and a defensive midfielder.

Indeed, confirmation regarding the January transfer window policy has come from one of the few to escape the managerial cull on Friday, Les Reed, this is what he had to say,

"We`ve got an extensive scouting network and we`ve identified the three positions that we want to strengthen."

Must be really hard coming to that sort of conclusion Les!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 23 2007

Time: 12:43PM

Your Comments

So who will come in as manager, surely Jurgen Klinsmann won't be interested, he has enough money and loves LA ?
The Fear
Not sure they'd want Klinnsman - my dosh is on John Collins!
John Collins will do for me!
I'm going for billy Davies!
We dont need another full back!! we need a striker, a defensive midfielder and another keeper!
orange - I felt the full back thing was mad - you've got Konchesky, Omozusi, Baird why another! As for the keeper - join the gang when it comes to injuries mate!
orange - are you serious about Billy Davies? Surprised if you are!
i really am, he's a very good manager. I'd like to point out the season b4 derby came up they almost got relegated. then he came in and got them premoted! 2 years earlier than he was planing! He got punished this season for bringing them up too quickly!
oh and dont 4get volz and ashton

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