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Buckley Speaks on Baggies
By: Bill Osborne
Grimsby Town boss Alan Buckley has defended his policy of signing West Brom players after Paul Raven became the sixth ex-Baggie at Blundell Park. Grimsby Town boss Alan Buckley has defended his policy of signing West Brom players after Paul Raven became the sixth ex-Baggie at Blundell Park.
Grimsby Town boss Alan Buckley has defended his policy of signing West Brom players after Paul Raven became the sixth ex-Baggie at Blundell Park, writes Stuart Rowson. Raven was signed on a free transfer from West Brom yesterday, but Buckley revealed that it is the 'trust' factor which sees him go for his former charges. "It's probably a stigma of mine that I always go for players I know," conceded Buckley who retruned to Blundell Park from The Hawthorns in 1997. "But with our resources we have to get the value for our money that we can.
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