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Stoke in Fuller swoop

Tony Pulis has moved to sign the powerful striker from Championship rivals Southampton, and Fuller is expected to make his Potters debut at Barnsley a week on Saturday.
The 6ft3 striker will bolster a strike force who have only mustered 3 goals so far this season.
Fuller has an excellent strike record at Championship level. In 57 appearances for Preston, he scored 27 goals, and also notched 6 goals in 6 games towards the end of last season for Southampton.

Tony Pulis has revealed he hopes to sign at least one more player before the transfer window shuts later today until January.

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Date:Thursday August 31 2006

Time: 2:20PM

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good signing for you guys, i think he will help you quite alot and good luck throught he rest of the season!
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31/08/2006 14:43:00

Rumour that Sidibie, could now be on the move, anytruth in the gossip
Big No 9
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31/08/2006 16:15:00

looks to be big and strong! he is a very good addition to your squad.
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01/09/2006 10:47:00

He does indeed look just what we need (if his knees hold up) and we now have a half decent forward line. Trouble is, who the hell's going to get the ball up to them? i.e. TP completely forgot to sign any decent midfielders to bolster the very far from half decent midfield line up we currently have.
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01/09/2006 11:52:00

What a quality banner this site has!
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01/09/2006 17:22:00

New banner is great - about time!
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01/09/2006 18:33:00

But will he rediscover his Preston form?
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02/09/2006 15:09:00

Another former Pompey striker for you eh? He'll get you a few goals, but for a big lad he goes down rather easily (think Heskey...). P.S. How is Vincent doing up front for you guys so far?
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04/09/2006 03:09:00

All our players are ex Pompey it seems sometimes ! Seen the banner now - and yes, a couple of outstanding points of visual interest on there - far better than all those ex players (or should be "ex" in some cases)!
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04/09/2006 11:35:00

You'll remember that in a previous life they were all ex Gillingham (is that called moving on?)
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04/09/2006 20:10:00

Hasn't scored goals for a while so can be seen as a gamble for you.
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04/09/2006 20:27:00

Tierney - obviously you don't know he scored 7 goals in April for Southampton and 2 for Ipswich in Feb/March? Its not a bad recent record.
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04/09/2006 22:21:00

Tantona - Pericard seems to go down very easily as well - but other than that seems useful
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04/09/2006 22:23:00


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