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Kawashima Only Interested If We Stay Up

Kawashima Only Interested If We Stay Up

Japan international Eiji Kawashima has reportedly told The People that although the Baggies aren't an 'elite club', we have plenty going for us if we can stay in the Premier League.

'West Brom may not be an elite club, but if they can stay in the Premier League there is a lot that is positive about them.'

Interesting quote if accurate.

The paper suggest Lierse are holding out for a fee of £3 million but as of yet there's been no official confirmation from that club that we are even looking in his direction...but with Carson regaining his form would we have any interest, and more importantly would we want a player who would clearly only see us as a step into the Premiership if that quote is accurate?

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Writer:Baggy Boy
Date:Sunday April 3 2011
Time: 6:10PM

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