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Fergie Block Means Henri Camara Stays at Wigan

Wigan Athletic forward Henri Camara missed a deadline day move to Stoke City because of the intervention of Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

Latics boss Steve Bruce was ready to sign United forward Fraizer Campbell and allow Camara to move on to the Britannia Stadium but in stepped Fergie.

With United buying Dimtar Berbatov from Spurs the North London club found themselves a little short of forwards and insisted that they wanted Campbell to sign for them on a season long loan if they were to sanction the Berbatov deal.

Fergie told a disappointed Campbell that he couldn`t go to the JJB and instead he had to head off down to White Hart Lane and this caused the knock on effect with Bruce not allowing Camara to leave due to the Latics being short up front.

Oh the complexity of deadline day deals

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday September 3 2008

Time: 7:23PM

Your Comments

Cant wait for January 31st and another day of disappointment
worbo
snap - my thoughts exactly - all these rich gits outbidding us - who do they think they are?
merlin
Fergie has done us a favour in my opinion, keeping ****ty Campbell away and keeping exceptional Camara here..nice work Fergs :)
Rabeem
Campbell as well as Camara, as well as Heskey, yes, instead, no, I know dream on.
yams
Now then, Camera now knows we were prepared to ship him out so how will this affect his decicate attitude.
ZAKKY
we must forget campel and looking for a new face
ehabfarouk1973
I can't he was ready to ship Camara out. But what shocks me even more is that he was ready to sell Camara for only 1 million good for Stoke, but a very bad bit of buisness for us
Jonni_G
 

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