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Easter Could Face Swans Tomorrow After Palace Move

Former loanee striker Jermaine Easter could face the Swans tomorrow after completing a permanent move to Crystal Palace.

The 28 year-old was recalled from his loan at the Liberty Stadium by MK Dons this week but this was to allow him to join Crystal Palace for an undisclosed fee.

Brendan Rodgers had also spoken about his interest in signing Easter permanently, but after the arrival of Luke Moore, either he felt he didn't need Easter as well or wasn't willing to pay the asking price.

Easter signed a two and a half year contract which makes him available to face Swansea City tomorrow.

He said:

'The move was done very quickly. I trained at Swansea yesterday so it's definitely a bit of a weird one.''




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Date:Friday January 14 2011

Time: 5:09PM

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