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Habib Beye For Monny

Monny was delighted to capture Habib Beye, and he's said the new signing will have an important role to play in our season.

Not having a pre-season match to run his eye over the new signing, Monny has been paying attention in training and has been thrilled with the Senegalese's fitness levels so it's expected he'll slot into right back with Luke Young being injured for our opener against Wigan.

Speaking on the official site Monny explained that he was delighted with his 3rd signing of the summer as he would add quality and depth to our squad.

'I'm delighted that he's come. We've got a host of games coming up now with the start of the season and then European football.

'He is pretty upbeat and excited about coming.'

And so he should be, much better than playing in the Championship this Premier League lark isn't it.


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Writer: Mike Field Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 10 2009

Time: 4:18PM

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I personally dont know too much about the guy, but at the very least he's another body, an experienced one at that, so those reasons alone have to be cause for celebration. The Newcastle United fans seem to look back at his time at St James Park with some affection, so it would appear that we might just have got ourselves a very useful acquisition. Be interesting to see exactly where Martin O'Neill envisages him fitting in to the line-up once Luke Young is back in action, because rumpurs certainly continue to circulate that another left full back will be arriving at the club before the window closes, along one would hope, with two more experienced central defenders. Anyway, as for now, lets just welcome Habib Beye to Brummagem B6. Few would deny that qualified bodies remain in very short supply at the club, so for that reason alone, his arrival has to be applauded.
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I personally dont know too much about the guy, but at the very least he's another body, an experienced one at that, so those reasons alone have to be cause for celebration. The Newcastle United fans seem to look back at his time at St James Park with some affection, so it would appear that we might just have got ourselves a very useful acquisition. Be interesting to see exactly where Martin O'Neill envisages him fitting in to the line-up once Luke Young is back in action, because rumpurs certainly continue to circulate that another left full back will be arriving at the club before the window closes, along one would hope, with two more experienced central defenders. Anyway, as for now, lets just welcome Habib Beye to Brummagem B6. Few would deny that qualified bodies remain in very short supply at the club, so for that reason alone, his arrival has to be applauded.
glensider
 

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