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Wright-Phillips on Warnock's list

Wright-Phillips on Warnock's list

Bradley Wright-Phillips is being eyed up by Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock.

Wright-Phillips' contract is up this summer, and the ex-Manchester City striker has been linked with a move to Plymouth Argyle and now Crystal Palace.

The 24-year-old was training with the squad this week, and that was encouraging for Saints boss Mark Wotte, but Neil Warnock has declared his interest for the striker.

'Bradley is one we have spoken about' said Warnock.

'He is on our list.'

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Writer:Abe Hawken
Date:Wednesday June 17 2009
Time: 1:53PM

Comments

0
Well, frankely, will you miss him?
Matt_Us
17/06/2009 13:59:00
0
Last season he wasn't great and he is so hot and cold. BUT, League One will be different, and I have a feeling that he will be prolific. I'd like him to stay, but will take a nice sum of cash for him...
abesaint
17/06/2009 14:01:00
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I've always been a fan of BWP. He has lightning pace and has a powerful turn and shot. He'd do very well in the third tier, but I can't see him staying. I reckon he'll do well under Neil Warnock as he won't take any crap from BWP, and he'll get him playing well.
sfc123
17/06/2009 14:06:00
0
He'll go, money talks. Would have been a good player to have in L1.
SaintIan
17/06/2009 17:27:00
0
Yeah I spose. How much you reckon we'll get for him? £750,000? Isn't that what we paid for him...
sfc123
17/06/2009 18:23:00
0
Plymouth were willing to pay £750,000 for him. And now with Palace coming into the equation, I'm sure the amount will rise (hopefully).
abesaint
17/06/2009 18:54:00
0
I am sure that he is a free agent and we would recieve zero for him? His contract is up, so he can go anywhere.
SaintIan
17/06/2009 21:58:00
0
Oh of course, his contract is up, so he will just walk for free. Shame.
abesaint
18/06/2009 12:34:00
0
Rub salt into the wound, that we won't receive a penny if he leaves. I have a feeling our strikers will drop like flies. DMG, BWP, Rasiak, Saga, John and Euell are all heading for the exits I feel.
sfc123
18/06/2009 18:57:00
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I am a big fan of our two young strikers Paterson and White. Think they will do really well this season, however they cannot be our sole strikers we need a big hulking centre forward for them to play alongside. Booth/Kuqi/Holt mould.
SaintIan
19/06/2009 08:08:00
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