SUN, 8:30AM ET
LIV2
SOU1
SUN, 11AM ET
NEW0
MCFC2
MON, 3PM ET
BUR1
CHE3
TUES, 2:45PM ET
BES0
ARS0
THU, 1PM ET
TRI1
THFC2
SAT, 7:45AM ET
AST
NEW

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3 Responses to Poll: Premier League Signings

  1. Ivan says:

    Portsmouth could turn into the club version of England with all the signings they made. That makes ‘Arry’s dream come half-true since he’s always in the frame for the Three Lions job. Settle for Portsmouth.

  2. Lonnie says:

    I think Portsmouth and Aston Villa have both done a good job so far. They both picked up a player with PL experience (Crouch and Sidwell respectively) at reasonable prices. Crouch was pricy but still came for less than Liverpool had apparently been asking for so that’s a good deal for Pompey.

  3. Brian says:

    Wigan just made another signing – Kapo has officially been unveiled. http://www.premiershiptalk.com/2008/07/breaking-news-wigan-have-signed-olivier.html

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