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Going In For The Kilgallon




Everton have been mentioned briefly for the Sheffield United centre back and rivals Newcastle have also had strong interest but it looks likely that he will join Sunderland this transfer window.

Kilgallon, 25, played for Leeds for 3 years and gained some Premiership experience with West Ham for a few games.

He has produced good displays for his current team and Bruce may make a move for him if rumours circulating Wearside are true.

If anything changes or if anything is made official we will be updating later today.
The Journalist

Writer: Gaz Johnson Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 20 2010

Time: 1:43PM

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would be a good signing solid and reliable
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21/01/2010 09:13:00

money grabbin thick tw*t but i great defender when he's isn't sulking like a big kid with highlights!!
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21/01/2010 21:49:00

 

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