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Posh - Two More for the Mixer?

Speculation continues to mount as to who the players are that have been ear-marked as possible signing by the Posh management team.

This afternoon, whilst cruising the internet, I came across two more likely candidates, if the various news agencies can be believed.

The first is Simon Cox, a familiar face who scored twice against us on Saturday and who notched 30 goals this season. Quite what Swindon would see as a fair asking price has yet to be discussed.

The second is the Stockport County left-sided player, Tommy Rowe. Stockport, as we all know, are in administration, and a deal could be brokered as Stockport seek to reduce their financial problems and generate some much needed cash.

Our question is, out of the two who would you go for?

A proven goal scorer to supplement the scoring ability of McLean and Mackail-Smith or a left footed player who could give us some balance?

That`s is off course if they are bona-fida targets!

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The Journalist

Writer: PoshPete Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 6 2009

Time: 5:32PM

Your Comments

We ain't going to let him go cheaply ... we ain't a selling club now. But we do need as much as we can get to re invest in more players. There's no guarantee Coxy will be leaving anyway. With respecting the fact you deservedly were promoted, he may though opt for an established Chumpionship side i.e.QPR who have allegedly been interested and have ooodddles of cash backing. Good luck for next season.
APG_STFC
We ain't going to let him go cheaply ... we ain't a selling club now. But we do need as much as we can get to re invest in more players. There's no guarantee Coxy will be leaving anyway. With respecting the fact you deservedly were promoted, he may though opt for an established Chumpionship side i.e.QPR who have allegedly been interested and have ooodddles of cash backing. Good luck for next season.
APG_STFC
 

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