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Ronnie Stam Set For Loan Move To PSV




Wigan Athletic defender Ronnie Stam is the subject of an approach from Dutch side PSV Eindhoven who want to take the former FC Twente player on a season long loan.

Stam has been a bit player during his first season at the Latics making just 17 starts with another 8 coming off the bench, though he did score the equalising goal against local rivals Bolton Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium in the 1-1 draw back in January giving him a bit of a cult status.

The 27 year old arrived at the DW Stadium in a reputed £2 million deal last July, but in Emmerson Boyce and Steve Gohouri the Latics have plenty of cover for the right back spot and Stam might be going through the exit door just one year after his arrival.



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 29 2011

Time: 4:00AM

Your Comments

Ronnie Stam on his way but not to Amsterdam
worbo
We need to keep him!
diameslovechild
A loan is a good move. Keeps the player happy and we should have a recall clause in case of injuries. That and we wont have to pay his wages for the season....
wigan-nz
I'd prefer him to stay....but Worbo is right in that we have cover. Piscu, Gohouri, possibly golobart, and whoever else is likely to come in as cover for Figgy or from the "development" squad.
thorpyness
I would have prefered him to stay he's good cover for a lot of positions
legolad
another mistake in the transfer market
johnney handsome
Bloody hell! Things better start turning round in this transfer window! we'll be lucky to have 11 players for the Norwich game!
Marksparko
 

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