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Dean Kiely On New Faces

Dean Kiely shares his views on the Premier League's plans for a 39th game and welcomes the arrival of new Baggies loanees Luke Moore and Do-Heon Kim.

'We've made a couple of great new signings recently. Do-Heon Kim looks very comfortable on the ball. You're looking for midfielders to spend time on the ball and keep possession and he's very neat and tidy. It was useful the way the FA Cup game against Coventry panned out. The gaffer was able to introduce him into a game where we were in control, for him to dip his toe in the water. He looks a very accomplished player in training so he'll be a good addition.

'So will Luke Moore. I'd heard a lot of good things about him. He's a player of great potential and ability who wants to come and play some games. It could be a good deal for both him and the club. He's looked electric in training.'

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Date:Tuesday February 26 2008

Time: 5:49PM

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Luke Moore should prove a great signing for you guys.
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26/02/2008 17:59:00

Should be scoring week in week out in this league!!
will it ever happen
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