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No To Blues, and No To Bolton

No To Blues, and No To Bolton

Bolton Wanderers are the latest club to be told where to go after reports circulated that Gary Megson tabled an offer of £4 million for centre back Gary Cahill.

If rumours are to be believed, the offer was much earlier in the week and may well have been around the time that Birmingham had their offer rejected aswell.

Bolton have money to burn following the Anelka sale but either O'Neill really doesn't want to let the player go or he's holding out for a higher price.

It's believed that O'Neill wants in the region of £5 million, so it will be interesting to see if any side comes in at that and tests his resolve.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Friday January 25 2008
Time: 3:26PM

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Don't sell him. Full stop.
krfeskivilla
25/01/2008 16:05:00
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Sell him - if he thinks he "deserves" first team football - then let him go play first team in a crap team
xfranc
25/01/2008 16:15:00
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If the decision has indeed been made to offload him at the right price, and that would certainly appear to be the case, then I'm certainly pleased to see that we're not giving the lad away at a bargain price, something that has very much been one of our major failings in recent seasons. I'd personally like to see him stay, but can certainly understand his desire to be playing regular first team football.
glensider
25/01/2008 17:00:00
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Don't sell him.We need 4 centre halves.Olly will go and if Laursen get's injured we will only have Knight...Yes the lad wants to play, so send him out on loan until the end of the season and look at the situation then.Considering we paid 10million for Curtis and 4million for Knight. I would say more like 6million in todays market...UTV
OneloveVilla
25/01/2008 17:16:00
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Oh and when the f*******************************k are we going to sign someone.Bloody fed up looking at newsnow and seeing jack....UTV
OneloveVilla
25/01/2008 17:28:00
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Onelove calm down calm down none of the players linked so far have been good enough.
col8
25/01/2008 18:00:00
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erm...Hutton, Gudjohnson, not good enough??
YatesyVillain
26/01/2008 02:34:00
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Gary is heading for the top in my opinion, he's a quality defender. Moving to St Andrews though would be a mistake on his part. Bolton I think would be the better option for him.
glensider
05/02/2008 16:43:00
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