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Burley At Saints For The Long Haul

Burley At Saints For The Long Haul

George Burley has today put many fan's minds at rest by declaring that he intends to stay at Southampton for a very long time and wishes to win promotion to the Premiership this season.

Many fans had been worried that with the departure of Rupert Lowe, Burley may also follow but this has proved not to be the case.

Burley told local newspaper the Daily Echo:-

'I had a meeting with them (players) yesterday. We're all looking forward to the new season.'

He also said:-
'The new owners seem very supportive indeed which is great.'

Chief Executive Jim Hone has already stated his desire to give boss Burley the tools that he needs to take the club back into the top flight.

One of the bids Burley looks to be close to completing is the dual signing of Rudi Skacel and Andy Webster after speculation regarding the two intensified. The Daily Herald claimed that a move to Southampton was looking more likely for the pair.


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Date:Tuesday July 4 2006
Time: 6:24PM

Comments

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Many of us are full of good intentions before the start of the season. Huh! bet he hasn't kept his new years resolutions!
Timsncfc
04/07/2006 18:28:00
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" it depends how your season panns out"
millers4eva
04/07/2006 18:32:00
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i think you will do quite well this season, and lowes gone which is a plus
afcbmarcus
04/07/2006 20:05:00
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If it's in the herald, then i think its true.
FEn_100
07/07/2006 15:01:00
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