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Martinez Rules Out Hartson Move

Martinez Rules Out Hartson Move

Whilst fans still debate on whether Hartson would be a good signing or not, and whether he is joining us, Roberto Martinez has once again indicated that the club will not be signing him.

The Swansea boss was a guest on TalkSport this evening and he said that 'Swansea are not in a position to bring Hartson in.'

He was asked about the former Welsh international but just like he told Real Radio, Martinez said that there were ''many reasons'' why he won't be joining us.

The Western Mail have come under much criticism today from Martinez and Jenkins especially for writing a false story that Hartson was set to sign for us. They had also misquoted what Jenkins has said to purposely suggest the move was on.

The Speculation and debate over Hartson has gone on for months now and hopefully it can be put to an end.

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Wednesday September 5 2007
Time: 9:56PM

Comments

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martinez really doesn't sound too keen on the idea of hartson signing, he didn't out rightly say NO he's not joining but there was no indication at all that it's a small possibility.
KevinE
05/09/2007 22:07:00
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we dont need another forward. we have 5 first teamers as it is. thats plenty.
philmix
05/09/2007 22:28:00
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We have 5 first teamers, but unfortunately none of them really that good! I still think there's more to come from this Hartson thing.
Jack69
05/09/2007 23:27:00
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i think that the signin of warren feeney will ad something extra to your team, because he can play all over the field
bluebird04
06/09/2007 00:01:00
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when is this rubbish going to end he is two slow to fat and to expensive we have some great forwards what we need is some defenders come on u jax lets do it
ggiles4415
06/09/2007 19:19:00
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