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Alexander in Branston pickle

Posh boss Keith Alexander has told Yahoo sport that he needs to strengthen his POSH squad after failing to beat three local non-league sides in pre-season thus far.

More worrying than the results has been the new managers ability to produce the same excuses as Barry Fry, in saying that there are more injuries in the side than is normal...

The main target on the bosses hitlist at the moment is centre half Guy Branston, who has been linked with POSH since Walt Disney released 'Steamboat Willie'. So far he has resisted our approaches after spells on loan, but you never know.




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Date:Thursday July 20 2006

Time: 8:24AM

 

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