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Gavin McCann Signing For Bolton

Gavin McCann is undergoing a medical at Bolton Wanderer's and is set to join the Trotters for a fee thought to be in the region of 1million.

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The Journalist

Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 8 2007

Time: 12:41PM

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This is a massive sign that we are moving forward!
DeanoVilla
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08/06/2007 12:44:00

lol. He always did his best and gave his all, but hopefully the incoming are going to replace graft with quality! Now for a few signings inwards!?
The Fear
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08/06/2007 12:49:00

good luck gav, we had some good times together.
Stig
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08/06/2007 12:50:00

This must mean we have agrred a deal with a midfielder if we are letting him go
Christo
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08/06/2007 13:11:00

He was really vital until last season. I mean we looked a MUCH poorer side without him. But yeah, onwards and upwards. For any Bolton fans having a look here - he is a decent player and for 1m is a bargain. To be honest J'Lloyd Samual and Gavin McCann for 1m is a good bit of business - albeit for an 'average' premiership side.
deano.avfc
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08/06/2007 13:15:00

Ive just realised, despite them being very different players, does this mean we are going to hold on to Steve Davis?? That would be fantastic. Reo-Coker, Petrov, Gardner, Davis and Osbourne competing for centre-mid remembering that GB can play there too. Now only if we could get Sneijder!!!
deano.avfc
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08/06/2007 13:22:00

Is it Deano? I hope so. I would feel a lot better if there was some 'positive' news about players coming in though. Panicking, moi?
jonah
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08/06/2007 13:35:00

I think that both Samuel and McCann will be squad fillers at the Reebok. We've got the smallest squad in the Prem and given a UEFA Cup campaign next season, we need a few players with Premiership experience who can step in and do a job when needed.
Brighton White
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08/06/2007 13:36:00

Lets all laugh at Bolton!!! McCann is a decent player but is he realy good enought o be starting for a premiership team?
BomBom
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08/06/2007 13:48:00

McCann has the heart of a lion,if only more players had his attitude.I wish him all the best.
Pking
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08/06/2007 14:04:00

We looked a much poorer side without him???? Yeah those last 7 games of the season were terrible!! Bolton fans must be worried, they are supposed to be champions league contenders and are buying our rejects.
Aronno7
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08/06/2007 14:15:00

Goodbye and good luck Smiler.
Jon.H
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08/06/2007 15:09:00

McCann gone and WHU saying that no bid has been put in for NRC..? Does this mean that MON is going all out for Sneijder..!
deemz
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08/06/2007 15:26:00

I wish him all the best and will give him a good welcome on his return to VP. Bolton have got a player who will easily fill the boots of Campo or Speed, both of whom are knocking on deaths door (not literally). He always gave 100%. Unfortunately he is a play breaker, not a play maker and for teams that are looking to push on, he does not have enough strings to his bow. Good luck Gavin. And Jloyd. I wish them both well.
voiceoftheholte
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08/06/2007 15:37:00

Bolton will be the new Charlton there top man goes and they will get relegated or relegutted as I like to call it
Christo
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08/06/2007 18:38:00

He did a job for us, at a difficult time for the club. Always gave his all, never shirked a tackle, and never hid during a game. Time though for him to move on. A sensible step for both player and AVFC. Good luck to him.
glensider
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19/06/2007 16:05:00

Cant help but think though that he might regret joining Bolton, a tough campaign lies ahead.
glensider
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