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Dyer deal dead duck?

Filed: Friday, 3rd August 2007
By: Gordon Thrower

The proposed transfer of Kieron Dyer to the Boleyn is in doubt.

Reports tonight are suggesting that the deal to bring Lee Bowyer's former sparring-partner Dyer to the Boleyn has stalled.

Although announcements made earlier this week suggested that a fee had been agreed with Newcastle and that the move would go through once personal terms had been agreed, news agencies are now suggesting that there may be a problem between the clubs concerning the fee.

More on this as it comes in....

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by delboynanaimo
05:44AM 4th Aug 2007
''Seems like Big Sam doesn't have too much say in things. That won't last.''

by Lucas
08:15PM 3rd Aug 2007
''Good! Not interested in Dyer - he is rubbish. No need for him anyway. A waste of money.''

by Tommy Toon (NUFC)
07:41PM 3rd Aug 2007
''Please sign him. Although I've been a bit of a Hammers follower (Toon first) since the days of Sir Bobby & Clyde Best etc I wouldn't wish Dyer & his disease on the Makems! Unfortunately nobody else wants him.''

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