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Lee-J Lynch set to sign for Baggies

Lee-J Lynch set to sign for Baggies

Having lost one of their most promising Academy players, James Hurst, to Pompey at the end of the season West Brom will be strengthening the Academy by signing
Lee-J Lynch.

Lynch is a right-sided midfielder who caught the eye of Baggies' scouts in Limerick whilst watching the Kennedy Cup. He has appeared for the Republic of Ireland's Under 17's and scored two against Finland U17's back in February.

Lynch has previously had a trial with Blackburn Rovers but has decided that his immediate future lies with West Brom. He will sign a two year deal next week.



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Writer:Lord Shepherd
Date:Wednesday June 25 2008
Time: 4:52PM

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yeyy!
industrial_musical
25/06/2008 18:03:00
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I take it that as it stands the 6% that think you'll finish 7-9th are on some serious medication. The 18% who think you'll be champions just prove their a lot of humour in the midlands. You'll do well to survive & good luck from us at Pompey.
storagematt
25/06/2008 19:44:00
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I reckon we will finish about 15th. Thanks for the good luck message. Looking forward to meeting you again.
Lord Shepherd
25/06/2008 22:17:00
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