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Kewell Split + Transfer Priorities

Kewell Split + Transfer Priorities

Two poll result round ups for the price of one. How good is this site to you?!?!

We asked a week ago what you thought of the Harry Kewell links. I held on to the rumours as I emailed the Liverpool editors for a quick question or two re: the player but the email must have got lost in cycberspace as I've had no response!

So, the results were;

Paper rubbish 34%

32% said they would be delighted if it proved true.

That left 34% saying 'worried if true' or NO NO NO NO !

The rumour seems to have quietened down now, so probably nothing in the story at all!

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Vital Villa also asked, in a poll suggested by Belfast Villain, what position is top priority in the transfer window?

41% want a new central midfielder (with Reo-Coker being strongly linked, we might just have our wish!).

32% voted for a new right-back with Mark Delaney struggling with injuries and Aaron Hughes being linked to a Villa Park exit.

15% said Villa needed a new goalkeeper.

That left 7% voting for a new striker, 2% right midfielder, and 1% each for a new left back, left midfielder and centre back.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday June 6 2007
Time: 6:04PM

Comments

0
£12 million for both kewell and bellamy being quoted in the times. Or £12 million for injuries and cards. I hope we take neither.
villain76
07/06/2007 11:27:00
0
£12 million, jesus
upthegas
07/06/2007 14:33:00
0
This is just speculation. Speaking to some of my scouse mates, Kewell was excellent towards the end of last season, trouble is I think he's a greedy waster (based on no evidence of seeing him play recently). Bellamy would be fine, but he won't want to leave a top 4 club.
tarzan
07/06/2007 16:03:00
0
Out of curiosity, when does the transfer window close? Does this go on all summer? Because I'm kind of finding it exhausting.
villabrownie
08/06/2007 05:13:00
0
31st August Brownie.
voiceoftheholte
08/06/2007 10:05:00
0
Waste of money for kewell, IMO.
SeasideEssexXile
09/06/2007 16:43:00
0
Kewell and Bellend Nooooooooo to both, whilst Bellend have something to offer in the way of attacking midfield its all the rest of the chyte that comes with him. Kewell is way past his best and spends more time at the Casualty Unit than on the pitch.
col8
10/06/2007 05:27:00
0
At least they will earn your physio some overtime if they signed.
dazza71
10/06/2007 16:01:00
0
Bellamy I'd take, unsure about Kewell. The latter has the talent though, of that there's little doubt, but injuries and loss of form have seen his career slide backwards in recent seasons. Maybe a move would re-ignite him, but whether we should be the club to take that gamble is highly questionable.
glensider
19/06/2007 16:02:00
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