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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

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GUTTED!!!!! Can't blame the club for accepting 5mill though! Lets see who we bring in as a replacement then!
MASTER-RFC
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17/07/2008 21:31:00

5 Million !!! Take the money. Great business for Reading !!
Robertski
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17/07/2008 21:48:00

As long as we replace him. Hopefully this will kick off some transfer activity
uroyals
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17/07/2008 22:49:00

come to the hammers shorey reading aren't coming back they were just tourists in the top flight!
wookie
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18/07/2008 00:09:00

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
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18/07/2008 05:20:00

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
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18/07/2008 13:43:00

Yup ! 5.5 Million is going to buy us 2 or 3 good players shoud Steve feel the need..
Robertski
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19/07/2008 00:05:00

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
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19/07/2008 12:49:00

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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19/07/2008 20:20:00

 

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