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Addicks to Sell McLeod in January?

It is being suggested that Alan Pardew may be prepared to offload Izale McLeod despite only bringing him to he Valley last summer.

After scoring 24 goals in League Two for Milton Keynes Dons last season he was hot property. Despite plenty of interest the Addicks won the race for his signature and he became one of several strikers that Alan Pardew signed, but he is probably the one that has made the least impact since his arrival. He has pace to burn, but the end product seems to have deserted him when he had had a chance, although the 23-year-old had made just one Championship start for the Addicks.

Reports are claiming that Championship rivals Norwich are looking at him as Canaries boss Glenn Roeder looks to strengthen his relegation strugglers in the New Year.

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Writer: Charlton Addickt  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday December 5 2007

Time: 8:45AM

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He might have found life hard at the Valley so far, and despite the thought that maybe he is of Championship level (at best) and no more I would be surprised to see him leave so soon.
Charlton Addickt
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05/12/2007 08:49:00

No don't sell him! Give the lad a chance!
Pardew is Sexy
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05/12/2007 19:02:00

Hello, my name is Geriant Williams. Please come on loan to Colchester. He don't need more goals, because we score lots, but we'd give you a game! What do you say, laddy?
Matt_Us
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05/12/2007 22:08:00

if we can find a repacement let him go
JimmyCAFC
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06/12/2007 00:33:00

Is this replacement a veteran 34 year old French striker though?
Charlton Addickt
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06/12/2007 08:44:00

no english youth is the way forward
StevieG Col U
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06/12/2007 18:27:00

Yup agree StevieG. Not sure about this 'veteran' !!
Pardew is Sexy
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06/12/2007 19:02:00

I'm a firm believer of English youth, even more so at a lower level, so I hope he stays.
Charlton Addickt
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07/12/2007 08:59:00

has he been given a fiar chance....just one start for yoyu guys...would seem not
ernshaw
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07/12/2007 15:54:00

Give him time....Give him a chance....and wait and see.... :)
StevieG Col U
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07/12/2007 19:17:00

 

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