Anthony Annan

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  1. Diggy

    Diggy Well-Known Member

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    According to a report from Mercato365, Olympique Lyonnais and Manchester United are ready to make a move for Rosenborg midfielder Anthony Annan after being impressed with his performances for Ghana during the 2010 World Cup.
     
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    A brief description will be that he is like Essien sans Essien's surging runs upfront. He is a good defensive midfielder, very strong on the ball and he passes well.
     
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  4. i remember that player from the cup, he is realy a stronghold in the midfield, 10 mill max
     
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    Good player, definitely should be playing at a higher level than Norway, no offence to Norway. I've heard the Norweigan League is very similar to the English league excluding the quality players.
     
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    http://www.sport.co.uk/news/Football/40 ... clubs.aspx


    every body likes United. :!:
     
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    Robbie Keane's boyhood club was Liverpool, then it turned out to be Celtic in January. Anyone else Robbie? haha.
     
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    Some fans do have multiple clubs though. I can't see how you can be a fan of more than 1 team though really. I'm a fan of United, but I do follow the results of the Welsh clubs too. Wouldn't call myself a fan of any of them though.
     
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