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Robinson Interest Confirmed.

West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Mowbray has confirmed that Birmingham City are interested in defender Paul Robinson.

A statement on Albion's official website (www.wba.co.uk) read 'I'm not going to deny I've had a conversation with Steve.'

'But the bottom line at this moment is Blues are only offering exchanges of players - players I don't want.

'If any clubs are interested in Paul, not just Birmingham, they know where we are. But he won't be leaving cheaply.'




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Date:Sunday July 22 2007

Time: 7:36AM

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This has been confirmed over three days ago. It was reported that Rowan Vine was one of the player's offerd who Albion had a huge interest in, in the January transfer window. I can't see any more than one player being offerd unless Brucie was considering Clemence & Campbell but those have both been moved on. He's no better than Sadler truth be told, Albion can keep him and I think the majority will think the same.
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Just a question do Albion's fans think that he is that good? By good I mean that if you sell him you will struggle for promotion. The answer is probably no.
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