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Confusion surrounds Job future


Filed: Monday, 15th August 2005
By: Steve Barlow


Just two days after manager Alan Pardew denied interest, speculation grows that Joseph-Desire Job could well be a West Ham player in the near future.

Both the BBC and SkySports have issued reports that the Cameroon international striker is indeed in talks with the East London side, regarding a potential transfer.

When asked about Job on Saturday, manager Alan Pardew said "I can confirm that there was interest in signing Job - but that interest has now ended."

However it appears that the interest may have been rekindled.

Job is the latest in a long list of strikers linked to the Hammers.



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