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Carew signs and Fuller stays

Carew signs and Fuller stays

Its great news all round if you`re a Stoke fan. John Carew has decided to join Stoke on loan for the remainder of the season, and perhaps more importantly Ricardo Fuller seems to be staying put, for now.

Firstly, big John Carew has signed and is available for tomorrows match with Fulham. Carew passed a medical at Stoke yesterday but then held talks with West Brom, and passed a medical there as well. However, he chose us and may play tomorrow. The 31 year-olds Villa contract runs out at the end of the season, so if all goes well there is the option to sign him for free!

Secondly, the club has reportedly told Sky Sports that no bid has been received for Ricardo Fuller, although it was widely claimed that Sunderland had a £3million bid accepted. Fuller has been training all day with his Stoke and for now at least appears to be going nowhere. One of the most popular players in the squad, Fuller is the kind of player you couldn`t imagine leaving and you do question whether it would be in his best interests to move away.




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Writer:Charlie Bennett
Date:Friday January 21 2011
Time: 1:44PM

Comments

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Best thing is that Fuller has decided to stay. Fantastic
redandwhitestripemad
21/01/2011 13:55:00
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Loads of conflicting reports on Fuller like one minute he's having a medical next he is training at Stoke there must be a 6ft 3 heavy set bloke who looks like Fuller walking around the north east lol
tucky
21/01/2011 14:29:00
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In the North East anythings pssoible
redandwhitestripemad
21/01/2011 15:31:00
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Good look to u potteries knowin how good Pulis is at reviving players confidances if he can then u got a top player just lost his desire at our club but the big man on his day is unplayable, its just how many days u get!
ClivetheVillan
22/01/2011 05:28:00
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Defenders aren't gonna like to have Fuller & Carew coming at them!!
SuperTommyJohnson
22/01/2011 20:47:00
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Stoke fans take to Youtube to urge Fuller to stay: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7iy3ZjL_IdI
Jay Stokie
24/01/2011 13:17:00
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