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Baros For £5m? Don't Make Me Laugh.

Baros For £5m? Don't Make Me Laugh.

Clubcall have a ridiculous article linking Portsmouth to a move for Aston Villa striker Milan Baros.

Villa's top scorer last season, who scored for the Czech Republic last week, has been linked to Paris St Germain and Monaco but this report suggests Harry Houdini Redknapp has given up on landing Andy Johnson from Crystal Palace and will turn his attention to a £5million bid for Baros.

Sorry, but that is the worst rumour I've seen, Villa would not sell their prize asset for under the £6.5million they paid for him last summer to bring him from Liverpool.


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Sunday May 28 2006
Time: 3:35PM

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It might just come true though as your chairman said you will have to sell in order to buy. With 5mill you could easily buy two good young English players
Linvoy#1
28/05/2006 15:48:00
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It might just come true though as your chairman said you will have to sell in order to buy. With 5mill you could easily buy two good young English players
Linvoy#1
28/05/2006 15:48:00
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linvoy#1, you have no idea what your talking about. we could only just sign Milner for that money, and why would baros join portsmouth?? thats a step back for any player
groseyboy
28/05/2006 17:04:00
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linvoy#1, you have no idea what your talking about. we could only just sign Milner for that money, and why would baros join portsmouth?? thats a step back for any player
groseyboy
28/05/2006 17:04:00
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Christ you paid 5mill for Milner you got ripped off. So groseyboy i'll laugh in your face when you get relagated next season and we have Baros !PLAY UP POMPEY!
Linvoy#1
28/05/2006 17:22:00
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Christ you paid 5mill for Milner you got ripped off. So groseyboy i'll laugh in your face when you get relagated next season and we have Baros !PLAY UP POMPEY!
Linvoy#1
28/05/2006 17:22:00
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A step back eh?! Villa are prime candidates to go down next year, if you had not have scraped a win against Sunderland and played Birmingham when they were under-strength, then you would be down now!!! Just look at the table to the right for the facts!!! Anyway, Villa were great once, but history counts for nothing when the season starts in August. I wonder if Pompey will spend more than the mighty Villa? I wonder who you will be watching 2007/2008?
blindle
28/05/2006 17:58:00
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A step back eh?! Villa are prime candidates to go down next year, if you had not have scraped a win against Sunderland and played Birmingham when they were under-strength, then you would be down now!!! Just look at the table to the right for the facts!!! Anyway, Villa were great once, but history counts for nothing when the season starts in August. I wonder if Pompey will spend more than the mighty Villa? I wonder who you will be watching 2007/2008?
blindle
28/05/2006 17:58:00
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lol blindle, we have the backing of a billionair and he is giving us a budget of over £20million, so yes i do think the mighty pompey will spend more than villa and if you really need a sneak peak of where we will be playing in the 2007/2008 season look at the new highbury, Old Trafford and Anfield maybe even the Millenium stadium. Unlike brum lol
Linvoy#1
28/05/2006 18:13:00
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lol blindle, we have the backing of a billionair and he is giving us a budget of over £20million, so yes i do think the mighty pompey will spend more than villa and if you really need a sneak peak of where we will be playing in the 2007/2008 season look at the new highbury, Old Trafford and Anfield maybe even the Millenium stadium. Unlike brum lol
Linvoy#1
28/05/2006 18:13:00
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