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Ziegler may stay

Ziegler may stay

Wigan Athletic's loan signing from Tottenham Hotspur, Swiss left-winger Reto Ziegler, may stay on next year.

His contract expires at the end of the season so he could sign on a permanent contract for nothing.

Ziegler made his Latics debut in the semi-final 2nd leg Carling Cup game against Arsenal.

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Date:Thursday January 26 2006
Time: 4:45PM

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i think ull find we signed reto for 3 1/2 hrs guys so not for nothing! ignore this blog-its hype bulls**t!
chelsea bread grayha
26/01/2006 18:29:00
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do u really think jol is that dumb. ziegler will be with spurs for a long time to come mark my words
ekki23
27/01/2006 08:36:00
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p.s. wigan dream on
ekki23
27/01/2006 08:37:00
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Not sure where you got this duff info from! Ziegler is a long term prospect at Spurs and is furthering his premiership experience at Wigan. Good Luck in beating the Scum in the cup final by the way!
MonkeyAsh
27/01/2006 09:30:00
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This story has been reported by a number of sites now so I haven't made it up.. He will be a free agent at the end of the season, and could sign a pre-contract agreement at any time. If Spurs wanted him to stay they would have signed him upfor a longer contract by now. We'll see how he does.
WiganWonderland
27/01/2006 21:32:00
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From what I've seen he will be a good long-term signing for the Tics.
JR
28/01/2006 21:47:00
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