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Can Stoke sign the Beast?

Can Stoke sign the Beast?

Stoke City have confirmed that they have held talks with Hull City over the prospect of signing Jon Parkin on a permanent basis.

Parkin spent just a month at the Brit in the latter half of the last season after agreeing to stay for the remainder of the season, but was recalled early after recapturing his form with three goals in just six appearances.

He arrived looking very unfit and suffered from some cruel jibes from fans, but soon won them round with some extra training and good commitment.

Tony Pulis now believes that he is worth a punt as he is still looking surplus to requirements at the KC Stadium. Chief Executive, Tony Scholes opened negotiations with the Hull chairman at a recent League meeting, but this week's takeover of the east coast club look to have held up any deal for the time being.



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Writer:Chris Baldwin
Date:Wednesday June 13 2007
Time: 9:47PM

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Please - take him!
mdjw_41
13/06/2007 22:07:00
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He's all yours - plus think of all the benefits to your pie stalls!
ph_1980
13/06/2007 22:34:00
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Yes Please do he a good player just think his heart is somewhere else.A goo deal for £500k should ba good deal with add on fees.If we do sell him dont let him play against us lol
matty17x
14/06/2007 22:31:00
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