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Reo-Coker To Shun The Baggies?

Reo-Coker To Shun The Baggies?

There were a number of positive vibes in the press recently suggesting Albion were close to signing the former Villa midfielder - but it's all gone quiet...

Sky Sports 'understood', and many others either heard their own whispers, followed suit or frankly made it up aswell, but it was reported that the Baggies had joined a host of clubs including Villa, Paris St Germain, Borussia Dortmind, Napoli, Valencia, Stoke and a number of other Prem based clubs for his services.

Now Reo-Coker was released by Villa after he refused the contract on offer, speculated by a number of press an offer that didn't meet his own valuation, and it didn't take long for his agent to tell the press all about the interest from Italy.

The Daily Mail however are now saying that he's delayed talks with Albion, although to their credit the opening sentence then says he's shelved talks - so take your pick - and now favours a move to either Stoke or Newcastle after being disappointed that Villa's new manager didn't get back in touch.

You're got to love the transfer silly season haven't you!

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Writer:Baggy Boy
Date:Tuesday July 5 2011
Time: 7:00AM

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Never let him shoot.... EVER!
Timmsy
05/07/2011 09:27:00
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12 different tabs and only 5 comments, all from Villa fans! do baggies hibernate during the summer months. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
eltoro
06/07/2011 18:33:00
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He's never looked like a hotshoot Timmsy but surely he can't be that bad! Amazing foresight though eltoro, you provided a commentary on your own post - well done :-)
Baggy Boy
06/07/2011 20:58:00
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It was meant as a joke baggy boy! grow up.
eltoro
06/07/2011 22:39:00
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I'm a boy I'll never grow up! I'd only turn into a cranky old fart.
Baggy Boy
07/07/2011 17:35:00
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