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Wigan Athletic - Mido Signed?


Wigan Athletic boss Steve Bruce has captured long term target Mido according to reports in the Daily Mirror with Marlon King joining Middlesbrough in a swap initially on loan but with a view to a permanent deal being made in July.

The Egypt striker will hopefully form a lethal partnership with his international team mate Amr Zaki and the Latics will look to the Pharaohs to spearhead their attack, Mido is looked upon by Bruce as a long term replacement for Emile Heskey who is set to join Liverpool in the summer.


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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 21 2009

Time: 9:15AM

Your Comments

Hopefully it will be worth the wait
worbo
If and only if you kept him injury free and in a high form he will score many goals otherwise..........you will hate egyptians for your whole life like what he did to us playing one match great and 5 matches injured .
Shiha
he has had alot of soft tissue injuries which if you don't rest for a month they struggle to go away. he has all the skills and ability to be a good signing and definatley prefer him to King thats for sure, wonder what this means for Camera?
Sprayzen
give him to us o:
Shiha
If this is true, then it is goodbye to Camara.. I can only see him as striker no. 5 from now on..
nummeratten
mido/zaki, what about Hugo and Emile>
baskerville
1- its ridiculous how the media and bruce mention nothing about his very frequent injuries... 2- it may be a good idea to sign him after heskey go, but not now i think, especially that camara doesnt deserve to be benched 4ever 3-it seems hugo wont see any action b4 next summer pre-season
egyptianfan
king havin medical at boro as we speak and mido might be staying at middlesbrough so...u might not even get him...but im sure u will cz we dnt want him lol
BoRoLaD88
 

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