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Albion linked with Rajczi

Peter Rajczi is a striker who plays for Ujpest in the Hungarian league. He scored 23 goals in 24 games for the Hungarian giants last season and is attracting interest from England.

Rajczi has caught the attention of Baggies boss Bryan Robson who is looking to replace the gaps left behind by the soon to depart Nwankwo Kanu and Kevin Campbell who is yet to sign a new contract.

The striker is attracting interest from Premier League new boys Watford and Albion's neighbours Birmingham although their interest may have cooled after signing Cameron Jerome.

Albion are thought to hold the trump card though with Zoltan Gera being a close friend of the striker, he may favour a move to play with his Hungarian team mate.

Fingers crossed we can make this one happen, we are still struggling to agree a move with John Hartson and talks are on-going with an unknown out of contract defender thought to be former Bolton captain Bruno N'Gotty although he is taking time over his next move.




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Date:Monday June 5 2006

Time: 10:13PM

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sounds a good player 23 goals in 24 gamnes that a bad record is it.
green giant 12
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05/06/2006 23:19:00

Will make a good replacement for Kanu, and i've no doubt will play for a quarter of the salary.
FEn_100
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07/06/2006 06:31:00

Great record! That's better than Kuyt, the liverpool target. He's got 71 in 101...but thats brilliant as well!
richy23
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18/06/2006 10:44:00

 

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