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Safri signs for Saints

Safri signs for Saints

Saints signed Safri from Norwich today for an undisclosed fee of around about £250,000.

The Moroccan international has played for Coventry before joining Saints today.

He will always be remembered for his Goal of the Season effort against Newcastle in The Canaries relegation season.

Burley said on the clubs official website I'm very pleased that we've signed Youssef as he's a player i have admired for a long time. He's a good passer of the ball and a decent maker in midfield.

Burley also told the clubs official website that: 'They're are many aspects to his game.'

He's the 5th signing of the summer.

Writer:Saint Aaron
Date:Thursday August 2 2007
Time: 3:00PM

Comments

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If only you could sign a camel this bloke will run a lot faster.
pompeygray
03/08/2007 15:19:00
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If he had legs like a camel he'd be going over more than Heskey....
Tantona
04/08/2007 00:34:00
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has there been an out break of some illness in Scumton..or are only us pompey boys on this site
plymouth graham
07/08/2007 00:52:00
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Well It would appear that you pompey guys are the only one's who have any views and are making comments on this site.....come on boys are you really gonna let the skates get away with this?? Lets get some passion into this... Play Up Saints
SaintRug
07/08/2007 20:55:00
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well tbh ive visited the Leicester City site and theres more life in the bell inn whitchurch than that site so at least one scummer has been on this site
plymouth graham
08/08/2007 23:24:00
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