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Palace Striker Alan Lee New Target For Swansea

Crystal Palace striker Alan Lee has today emerged as a new target for Swansea City.

Paulo Sousa is keen to strengthen his squad with a forward and Lee is the latest name to be linked with a move to the Liberty Stadium.

Palace boss Neil Warnock said:

"Alan`s on the transfer list and I`ll listen to offers.'

Alan Lee is the only fit striker Warnock has available at present and with a transfer enbargo lifted onto the club, which prevents them from buying new players, he may want to hang onto the frontman for the time being.

The 30 year-old started his career as an Aston Villa trainee before having loan spells with Port Vale and Torquay United.

He joined Burnley for 200,000 in 1999 where he made just two League starts. He was loaned out to Rotherham 2000 and that move was made permanent in a 150,000 sale. He netted 35 goals in 95 League starts which attracted our rivals Cardiff City to paying 850,000 for his services in 2003. Three years later he made a switch to Ipswich where he averaged a goal every 3 games, scoring 31 in 91 games.

He had a 3 month loan spell with Norwich City last season in the Championship and scored 2 goals in 6 League starts.

Lee scored in last Saturday's draw against Plymouth.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 13 2009

Time: 11:36AM

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didn't he get the goal that knocked us out of the cup at Ipswich
cyjax
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13/08/2009 16:40:00

yep and he played for cardiff. **** OFF ALAN LEE
portalbot_jack2k9
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13/08/2009 17:17:00

not keen on this guy at all,palace fans dont rate him and neither do i. not good enough for us
GThomas
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13/08/2009 18:15:00

Couldn't agree more Port Talbot Jack we can do better and deserve better than that
taylor2078
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13/08/2009 20:12:00

 

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