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Vignal signs for Saints

Vignal signs for Saints

Great news for Saints fans broke today. Gregory Vignal has signed on loan for a season.

The 26 year old, ex Liverpool player is an ideal replacement for the departing Gareth Bale.

He has to sign some papers in Paris at about 10pm tonight, he is staying in France tonight and will make it back for the Lazio game at St.Marys stadium.

He did ask for the fans not to expect too much from his against the Italian giants as he could be very tired.

This means that Skacel can move into the midfield. It also leaves Makin spare as he could play in any defensive position.

Burley has also pledged to get a centre back in time for the new season.

Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Friday July 27 2007
Time: 10:25PM

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He'll do you lot a job, you could do worse
pentonpompey
28/07/2007 12:11:00
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when i was a kid we got all your old clothes.Ron Davies. Gichrist, Stokes, then a little later we had some better ones buyt most were garbage except Alan Mac...you stole Barry hall But now your wearing all our stuff that doesnt fit ..not just that you got money problems and board room struggles...its all changed round..oh and ta for creanie he looks ok in the big league Play up Pompey
plymouth graham
30/07/2007 00:23:00
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Hahaha.....I never thought Vignal was quite as bad as most people painted him. Useful making runs up the wing, but a really really hopeless defender. Going on to Plymouth Grahams point, surely you should make a move for Azar Karadas too....or whatever his bloody name was..shame you missed out on Mbesuma though
Tantona
04/08/2007 00:41:00
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