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Robbo linked with move away

Robbo linked with move away

Both Everton and Bolton are showing interest in Albion full-back Paul Robinson.

Robbo has been one of the consistent performers for Albion since his move from Watford three years ago.

The defender has become a firm fan favourite thanks to his all action displays and never say die attitude, in all honesty the man would run through a brick wall if someone asked him to.

Stories are linking Robbo with a move back to the Premiership with Bolton showing the greater interest.

Bolton boss Sam Allardyce has said that he is looking for 'hungry' players to aid his sides Premiership campaign and they have plenty of cash to play with after having an £8 million offer for Crystal Palace's Andy Johnson turned down.

Robinson is one of a number of Baggies players linked with moves back to the Premier League but Baggies boss Bryan Robson has warned that the club are not in the position of having to sell their better players.

It would take a good offer to prise Robinson away, Robson will want to keep his squad together and 'Mad Dog' Robinson is an important member of this squad.

How gutted would you be if Robbo was allowed to leave, would we miss his influence in the side? Have your say on the message boards.

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Date:Tuesday May 23 2006
Time: 10:29PM

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he's a good player, but i think he will stay
green giant 12
23/05/2006 23:58:00
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