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Wright Signs For Saints

Jermaine Wright has now signed a 2 year deal at Southampton. The midfielder, who enjoyed a successful loan spell with the club last term, had joined up with Saints for pre season earlier this month prior to signing a contract.

The player has worked with Burley before at his old club Ipswich. Wright moves to Saints on a free after he was released by old club Leeds United earlier in the summer.

Burley has clearly been keen to add to a weakened midfield after Matt Oakley decided to leave the club.




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Date:Monday July 10 2006

Time: 10:21AM

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good player, he did well for us at portman road, is he as unwilling to go in for tackles with you as he was for us?
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10/07/2006 11:45:00

Big Mistake. I wouldn't be a scummer if you paid me billions
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24/07/2006 11:19:00

 

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