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Forest Sign Dexter Blackstock

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Vital Forest are reporting that Dexter Blackstock has finally made the permanent switch to the City Ground.

A fee believed to be in the region of Ł1.6m has been agreed for the player who has already accepted personal terms to join up with Lee Camp.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 17 2009

Time: 1:52PM

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wow ! I thought that he had decided to stick around and impress the new gaffer. As i commented somewhere else, he had the opportunity to do a Drogba and become a player reborn under a new manager. So that leave HH, Vine and Agyemang up front. Time to seriously strengthen out attack !!!!!
kiwi park ranger
I can't say I was that surprised, but it did seem like he was destined to hang around the longer the deal took. Anyway hopefully we can use that money to get someone who has Rangers at heart. Regarding the strike force, HH, Vine, Agyemang, Vine and Angelo seem a good front line to have, and combine that with the new lad Pellicori, I think it will be invigorated this season.
Boxer
Disagree completely
Guttermouth
I am completely deflated and disappointed with this. It had looked like Dex was maybe going to be allowed to stay after all, which I would have preffered so that he would have had time, and a formation, to prove all the critics wrong. Oh well, good luck up there with Camp then Dex. Cheers for all the goals through the few years.
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