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Swansea Target Moore and Anderson

Swansea City are targeting two premiership Players in Derby's Darren Moore and highly rated Liverpool youngster Paul Anderson.

Martinez is certainly in these two players looking to bring in both Youth and experience to the Squad.

Moore has been told by Derby County manager Billy Davies he is no longer part of his plans at the club and is free to leave.

In spite of this Moore will not come cheap especially after Derby Signed Welsh International Robert Earnshaw for 3.5 million.

Roberto is certainly using his Liverpool connections with the possible capture of Paul Anderson.

Swansea City Manager Roberto Martinez:Told the South Wales Evening Post:

'There are four or five players we need to make final decisions on and we're well down the line with a lot of them.

We have been aiming to get everything finalised by the Sunday before we go to Sweden, and that remains our target.'

''It's important to get the squad together as soon as we can so they can gel.'


Should these targets turn into signings then a the Jigsaw puzzle will nearly be complete.

The vastly experienced Darren Moore at the back will bring order to the much beelined and sometimes chaotic defence.

Liverpool Youngster Paul Anderson will bring much needed competition for places on the wing. Something that was very much needed.



Lets hope these two players do sign for the club.




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Writer: sbrjack Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 5 2007

Time: 10:01AM

Your Comments

Martinez is certainly looking at the right sort of players! All we need now is for these players to see the drive and ambition of the club so that they do sign! Our squad is looking allmost complete and if these two sign as well as De Vries then we can just concentrate on training for the new season.
jack hammers
I think RM is not just one man because in a short space of time he seems to have watched everyone talked to most and has an eye on many, he is certainly looking at the right sort of players I think we will certainly be a force to be reconed with next season if only half the rumours come off. Hats off to him!
barrydoom
He does seem to be every where all at once! I cant see us not making the play-offs this season! We should be challenging for automatic promotion! If these two and De Vries sign then we will have a very formidable squad!
jack hammers
The Moore rumour has been going a while and he'd be a great signing, exactly what we need at the back.
KevinE
it certainly has been an exciting time since the end of last season - if we can grab these two, have to say hats off to RM...
sp00k
i doubt moore will be joining us. won't his wages just be far too high?
GThomas
 

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