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Wigan to Hull for Marlon King

Wigan Athletic striker Marlon King is reportedly the subject of a 3 million bid by Premier League new boys Hull City.

With the imminent arrival of Amr Zaki on a season long loan from Zamalek, King will be feeling squeezed out at the JJB and would possibly jump at the chance to escape up the M62 to Hull.

The Jamaican international has been on World Cup duty with his country for most of the close season and is still on extended leave but King may be about to taken out of KINGston Jamaica and put into KINGston upon Hull

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 18 2008

Time: 10:14AM

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Either Derby or Hull but it does look like Marlon is going to leave
worbo
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18/07/2008 10:17:00

Hope he decides to stay, rate him highly!
alivenkickin
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18/07/2008 11:14:00

I like King but maybe he needs a change of club to help him kick start again, he will definately be down the pecking order at the Latics
worbo
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18/07/2008 11:37:00

Next season, we should (if everything works out) have Heskey, Zaki and Johnson, we would also have Camara, Sibierski and King who are all being linked with moves away. Personally, I would like to see Camara stay but I would much rather have King here than both Camara and Sibierski. I hope we get rid of that big bald french git, he is crap! Keep King I say, he is quality and will prove it nest season!
alivenkickin
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18/07/2008 12:11:00

I bit controversial there alivenkickin on the Sibs debate! I think Sibs reads the game well and has the capability to change the course of the game but only has a sub coming off the bench, Camara isnt theplayer he was, not even a shadow of the player and if we cant get a club for him it wouldnt be a surprise to the Latics paying up his contract and releasing him
worbo
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18/07/2008 12:29:00

 

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