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Roman Bednar to leave Baggies?

Roman Bednar to leave Baggies?
Czech international striker Roman Bednar could be about to leave the Baggies with a string of clubs vying for his services.

Whilst the Baggies will allow him out on loan initially they are looking to arrange a permanent move to make way for a new signing in the January window. Former England manager Sven Goran Erikkson looks to be leading the race with Leicester but Hull City and Swansea have also thrown their hats in the ring.

Ishmael Miller looks set to stay at the Baggies with Roberto Di Matteo keen to reintroduce him to Premier League action as soon as possible.

Meanwhile two current Albion forwards were on the scoresheet at the weekend. Luke Moore scored in Derby's victory over Scunthorpe and Chris Wood, having swapped Barnsley for Brighton, scored a penalty in their draw with Bristol Rovers. Let's hope that Albion's other front men can get back to scoring ways starting with Everton on Saturday.

Writer:S Wilton
Date:Monday November 22 2010
Time: 7:18PM

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I think Roman's time is up. Odemwingie, Fortuné, Miller and Cox are all ahead of him and with the Baggies only playing with one up front there is no room for him anymore. He will do well in the Championship.
Lord Shepherd
22/11/2010 19:22:00
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