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Marlon King to Hull Deal Back On

Hull City manager Phil Brown told local radio station KCFM that the deal to take Wigan Athletic striker Marlon King to the KC Stadium was back on.

Brown stated that King was due to attend a medical Tuesday or Wednesday and that all the finances had been sorted out.

With King set to leave Steve Bruce could act quickly and bring in Danny Haynes to the JJB. Bruce is known to be an admirer of the Ipswich Town forward , watch this space

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 11 2008

Time: 10:02PM

Your Comments

I may get ridiculed for this but I think King is alright and just needs a bit of a run and some confidence
worbo
And ridicule i will worbo! IMO he is a waste of money, space and time. dont get me wrong will run his heart out all day long but for what? Unfortunatly no end product!
shaztimmins
C'mon Shaz he wernt that bad, was he? He scored more than Aghahowa
worbo
Bet ur buzzin to get him off the wage list boys!!! Although it could be worse, you doulda signed a player called *****TU like those half heads in Bolton!!!! ha ha lookin forward to another tussle down at Ewood - Good Luck for the season!!
mani13963
Lucky for you lot youve got Mathias in to settle the ship...ex Latics boss he'll do you proud, lets hope that the nomads at Horwich fall through the trap door this time
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