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Burnley back in for Gray...

Burnley back in for Gray...

Rumours are rife in Burnley that Sunderland striker Andy Gray is set to be unveiled as their new loan signing.

It was originally believed that Gray was set for a return to former club Leeds having been left out of Sunderland's reserve squad on Tuesday, however, as reported first here at burnley.vitalfootball.co.uk, it seems Turf Moor is more likely to be his destination after all.

Burnley have won only once since boxing day and ex-Sunderland assistant boss Steve Cotteril will be hoping the signing of Gray can give his side a badly needed boost for the remaining games of the season.

Whether this will eventually materialise into a permanent move during the summer remains to be seen but one thing is for certain, Sunderland have no use for the former Sheffield United striker for the rest of this disastrous campaign.

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Date:Friday March 17 2006
Time: 12:16AM

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The Gray rumours cloud his future.
pompeygray
17/03/2006 04:22:00
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You heard it on Vital first! Burnley Football Club are pleased to announce the signing of Scottish international striker Andy Gray from Sunderland. The 28-year-old joins the Clarets on an initial loan until the end of the season, when an agreed permanent three year deal will be completed. Nice writing Alexis,gald our two clubs can do business together and nice to be first with the News! No other website managed the scoop!
turfmanphil
17/03/2006 14:35:00
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Surf and Turf.
pompeygray
20/03/2006 11:29:00
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