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if we can get more than 5 million for green then depending how good/much this speroni character he might be a worth while replacement.
Green is a brilliant shot stopper, one of the best, unfortunately he is so dodgy with his freekick positioning, crosses and in the air generally, not to mention the lack of command he has in his area, that a more rounded keeper might be better suited for us.
I dont know much about speroni, doubt his anywhere as good at shot stopping but if he is significantly better in these other areas he might be worth a punt, especially if it makes financial sense, for me green has too many negatives to be considered a great keeper.
Palace are proper ****ed financially.
They need to raise £1m per month to keep the club going over the summer, for that reason they are going to have to sell the top players.
Wigan already pinched Moses whilst we were pissing good money up the wall on Benni McCarthy. We should offer Palace £4m for Ambrose, Clyne and Speroni. Maybe throw Tomkins in on loan for the season as a deal clincher?
5 years, smive years, hair-lips never heal.
http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/sport/8 ... -COLE.html
POTTERS LAUNCH AMBITIOUS RAID FOR COLE
STOKE are set to launch a raid on West Ham to land striker Carlton Cole.
Tony Pulis wants Cole to help his side mount a challenge on the Premier League's top ten next season.
Pulis has the finance to put together an £8million package to try and tempt the 26-year-old to move to the Potteries.
He wants the England hopeful at the Brittania Stadium to sort out his striking problems, with three players set to be ditched in the coming months.
West Ham's dire financial situation has seen new co-owner David Sullivan admit every player bar Scott Parker is up for sale.
And Cole remains the prize asset that will bring in the greatest transfer fee.
The former Chelsea striker has seen his rating rise to the point he has emerged as one of England's leading strikers, and he still holds an outside chance of being involved in the World Cup Finals in South Africa.
Pulis will ditch the three strikers this summer he feels have undermined City's second season in the top flight.
James Beattie, Dave Kitson and Tuncay will all be sold during the close season after falling out with Pulis during the campaign.
Beattie brought an unsuccessful case against his current employers following a dressing room row at the Emirates in December.
Kitson and Tuncay were both accused of petulance after storming off when substituted during Stoke's 7-0 defeat to Chelsea.
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