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Myhill Connection - Fact or Fiction?

The Hull Daily Mail has reported that whoever takes over the club, in light of Phil Parkinson`s sacking, will have to sell players before they can bring any in.

The news has apparently alerted Reading who are interested in taking American born goalkeeper, Boaz Myhill, off the clubs hands.

The 6`3 twenty-four year old began his career at Aston Villa, and enjoyed stints with Bristol City, Bradford, Stockport, Stoke and Macclesfield Town.

But Reading will not be alone in the chase for Myhill`s signature, Midlands teams, Aston Villa and West Brom have also been named as targeting the player.

But will this rumour prove to be real- what do you think?




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Date:Wednesday December 13 2006

Time: 8:36AM

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For 2.5M you can have him, he was excellent last year, but not this year, His kicking is woefull, even we cheer when he throws it, his distrution has been poor and he does not command the the box, he has been beaten far too easily this season, so go on make an offer, oh and by the way the article is mis leading, yes he is Americam born, but he is eligible to play for England if he ever gets picked in the future.
Killercbrn
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13/12/2006 09:24:00

Bo has been a been an amazing keeper and is definatly on the up, he is worth more then the reported 1.5million though, but thats personal opinnion, personally I wouldnt like to see him go as when he is in form he is in form and nothing can beat him. Shame he has more off days then on this season
thedunedan
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13/12/2006 09:28:00

ive heard the lads are good un, havent really seen much of him though: we definetly need someone to push hahnemann for his place, get the best out of him a bit o f healthy competiton
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