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Stoke to make bid for Brown

Tony Pulis manager of newly promoted Stoke is believed to be preparing to submit a 2 million bid for Latics teanacious midfielder Micheal Brown.

Brown who started 34 games for the Latics last season after signing for a reputed 3 million from Fulham, proved to be a fans favourite with his committed no nonsense style.

Stoke believe that Bruce may be tempted to sell with the arrival of Kapo, De Ridder and the prospect of Cattermole joining this week as this may result in Brown dropping down the pecking order .

This will also help Bruce balence the wage bill.

One thing for sure the JJB will be a duller place if Michael Brown does leave.

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Writer: baskerville Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday July 27 2008

Time: 1:32PM

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Not at that price
baskerville
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27/07/2008 13:35:00

Brownie is too good to let go
worbo
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27/07/2008 13:37:00

He is like a taller Gatuzo :) I like the guy, he never quits. If let go, at least make it for the right price (4 - 5 mil) :)
LaticsHeart
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27/07/2008 15:16:00

He's like your old car - it's worth more to you than the insurance would pay if it got stolen. I don't think we'll get offers of that much more than 2m for him, but I'd be really sad to see him go.
lythamlatic
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27/07/2008 15:48:00

Brown, play for Stoke, against us?! He'd scare Koumas off the ball in seconds. Cattermole could do with him around for a while longer.
yams
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27/07/2008 18:16:00

We shouldn't let brown go not a chance. He's a big part of what we have in the engine room He's got to be worth at least 5 million, 2 million is just insulting
Jonni_G
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27/07/2008 19:45:00

committed no nonsense - you mean dirty :-)
merlin
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27/07/2008 20:33:00

Filthy player. What goes around Mr Brown....
storagematt
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27/07/2008 22:14:00

I wouldn't say he's dirty
Jonni_G
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28/07/2008 11:45:00

 

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