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Leicester Bid £250k For Robinson

Leicester Bid £250k For Robinson

According to today's News of the World, Leicester have bid £250,000 for midfielder Andy Robinson.

While Bristol City pursue their interest in Lee Trundle, Leicester boss Martin Allen is hoping to add Robinson to his midfield next season.

He's a big fan of the scouser after his performances and goals he scored against Brentford in the 2005/06 season.

The 27 year-old didn't play to his full potential last season, scoring just 8 goals (18 the previous season).

He looked unfit and I think we should cash in on him. £250,000 is a good bid and with the likes of Anderson, Bodde and Collins arriving this Summer, he certainly won't be guaranteed a first team place.

Should we sell Robinson for £250,000? Let us know on our forum here

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Sunday July 22 2007
Time: 11:41AM

Comments

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There is alot of competition in the middle of the park and Robbo certainly wasn't himself last season! I think we should cash in on him.
jack hammers
22/07/2007 12:09:00
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cash in on him yes but not for less than £325k
sbrjack
22/07/2007 12:42:00
0
thats only £75k more though. If he continues his form from last season he's not much use to us.
KevinE
22/07/2007 13:34:00
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I think we should let him go, but I would want to see about twice that.
barrydoom
22/07/2007 14:19:00
0
Makes you think, why would liecster be interested if hes lost his touch.
Karld
22/07/2007 18:58:00
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he played well against brentford (allen's former club) season before last, scored in both games.
KevinE
22/07/2007 19:26:00
0
When you think what we got for £250,000 in the past it makes me laugh,I think it would be crazy. He is still one of our top players.
top totty
22/07/2007 23:16:00
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