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    St Retford wrote:
    Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
    St Retford wrote:
    Seedhouse the Unrepentant wrote:
    St Retford wrote: He knows a lot about horses though.
    Is that why he can't retire yet?
    He's just flogged an absolute donkey to Wayne Rooney. He'd turn our entire squad to gambling on really rubbish horses and they'd all end up destitute. It would be awful.
    He always came over as such a clean cut lad. I know we are building for the future and concentrating on youth but it would be great to have a 'big name' player provided he could still offer alot. We proved it can be done with Keegan, Ball, Osgood, George, Watson, Mills, Case etc.
    I agree, but I don't think Owen is the man. He'd cost a fortune and only be fit to play about two games.
    I,d rather share a bath with Ian Huntley than sign Taffy."
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Southampton 'make £6m-plus offer' for Jay Rodriguez claim reports

Jay Rodriguez (left)

Jay Rodriguez (left)

First published in Saints News

Saints have reportedly offered in excess of £6m for Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez.

Nigel Adkins failed in his pursuit to sign the highly-rated forward during last summer's transfer window, but it appears the club have now gone back in for the 22-year-old as they look to strengthen the squad for their Premier League return.

The Clarets are ideally hoping to receive £8m for the player, who has one year left to run on his contract, but were said to be mulling over the offer from Saints, according to reports from Lancashire.

However, this afternoon Burnley's head of media, Darren Bentley, claimed the club had received no bids for the young striker, who is also said to be attracting the attention of Sam Allardyce at West Ham.

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