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Rumour Mill-Nimani Burnley Loan or Bolton Greed ?

We were linked this week with 21 year old Monaco striker and winger,Frédéric Nimani.



The original rumours suggested a permanent move was the intention.

You can read the background to this on our original article linked below:

Rumour Mill-Striker Frédéric Nimani Link?

However in the Mirror today the suggestion is we are looking at a loan possibily with the paper stating Burnley boss Brian Laws has flown in Monaco striker Frederic Nimani for talks.

Two things are worrying about this potential move if our interest is true.

The article in the Mirror was written by the now discredited Son of Sod journalist, Alan Nixon.

Not only that but the approach for Nimani was started by Owen Coyle before he did the dirty on the club.

Coyle has become the bugbear of Burnley FC and seems hellbent on stealing all our targets. He has already been linked to a loan move for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, he has taken Houston Dynamo midfielder, Stuart Holden on trial and would also probably like to bring David Nugent to the Reebok on a permanent transfer.

It is perhaps not surprising that Judas Coyle now also wants to get hold of Nimani. According to a number of media reports Bolton Wanderers are in the hunt for AS Monaco striker Frederic Nimani who is believed to be in England for talks.

Words fail me, let's just beat them at the Reebok a week today!




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Writer: turfmanphil Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 19 2010

Time: 11:07AM

Your Comments

Can someone put a contract out on Coyle? He really,really is getting on my tits now
turfmanphil
Judas has no limit to create mischief and mistrust . you will never survive long as a manager . Even Bolton will kick you out .
davemanu2000
I'll help pay for a hitman
Fedupclaret
Skysports.com understands Monaco striker Frederic Nimani is undergoing a medical at Burnley ahead of joining on loan.
turfmanphil
OR maybe, just maybe, lazy journalists will link Coyle and Bolton with every Burnley target purely cos of the link there............
iainclements
You may have a point there Iain although Coyle has poached Stuart Holden on trial, appears to be in for Wiltshire and we all know he likes Nugent
turfmanphil
Yeah but we have Klasnic and Davies who he wouldn't replace and it sounds like he's going to give Elmander a chance - think he'd only go for Nugent if he got good money for Elmander and needed a sub forward - think Nugent would get more of a chance at Burnley. Not sure we'll spend big this window - basically need a good central midfielder and possibly a winger
iainclements
tmp - Perhaps our nurse Ulrika can slip Coyle some 'sleeping pills'
heathfieldclaret
 

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