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Kitson Signs for Stoke

As revealed by Vital Reading earlier, Dave Kitson will be joining Stoke City.

Sky Sports News has just stated that Kitson will complete a 5 million move to newly promoted Stoke City in the morning.

Kitson has now completed his move to Soke for a fee of 5.5 million pound.

We at Vital Reading wish Dave the best of luck after 4 and a half succesful years with the Royals.





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The Journalist

Writer: Chris Kitley Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 17 2008

Time: 9:17PM

Your Comments

GUTTED!!!!! Can't blame the club for accepting 5mill though! Lets see who we bring in as a replacement then!
MASTER-RFC
5 Million !!! Take the money. Great business for Reading !!
Robertski
As long as we replace him. Hopefully this will kick off some transfer activity
uroyals
come to the hammers shorey reading aren't coming back they were just tourists in the top flight!
wookie
It just shows lack of guidance by his agent. Your a better club than Stoke. Stoke will go down and you will probable go the other way. Along with us hopefuly
watford1881
considering clubs like villa and pompey were interested, i'm suprised at the outcome of this one. He's clearly better than what stoke can offer - so i can't understand his motivation. 5m is a fantastic amount to work with though. New RM, a striker and a solid CB and you'll bounce straight back up. Could also do with a bit of depth in the centre mid
Dave the Yid
Yup ! 5.5 Million is going to buy us 2 or 3 good players shoud Steve feel the need..
Robertski
How fortunes change. Notghing worse than selling your better players to teams who are no better. Use the money wisely. Wishing you a quick return to the prem.
storagematt
If he'd done the business in front of goal you'd have stayed up, take the money, use it wisely.
Tiny T
 

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