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Swedish striker, Kinsella to Derry!?

Swedish striker, Kinsella to Derry!?

Well, it`s all go. Mark Kinsella has been linked to the vacant manager`s role at Irish club Derry City; Raufoss striker (Norway) Par Cederquist has been linked to Walsall, again; Tommy Wright has proved to be a useful addition. Oh, and the gap at the top has increased.

We will start with the Kinsella story. Derry City are interested in appointing him as manager, if they cannot appoint some other unknown guy, who is their first choice. Personally, I`d tell them to go where the sun doesn`t shine. Kinsella has produced some performances that show why we invested in the veteran in the first place. It would be Steve Staunton situation number two. So, if I was Jeff Bonser, get your weapons out to protect what could be a vital cog in Walsall`s title winning season.

Par Cederquist, what a name! Yes, he is currently playing for Norwegian Division Two side Raufoss, and has scored 10 goals in 11 games. Not bad. He is 6ft 2in, and has a presence that will hopefully give us what we need: GOALS!

Also, Tommy Wright might be earning a move to the Bescot, if he can keep performing the way he has. Even if he can link up well with Butler up top, then I`ll be happy; as Butler`s telepathic relationship with Hector Sam has ceased up.

Also, also, a trip to Bury is our next port of call in what is vastly becoming a one-horse-race for the title. With it being FA Cup weekend this week, there will be no league two fixtures, which means next Tuesday will be the next game. And a break could do us good.


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Writer:Saddler 13
Date:Wednesday November 29 2006
Time: 12:00AM

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Kinsella is an important player for us, hope he doesn't leave
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