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Kabba Linked With Owls

Former Sheffield United striker Steve Kabba has been linked with a summer move to the blue and white half of Sheffield after being told he can leave Watford.

The 26-year-old only made the move to Vicarage Road in the January transfer window after being deemed surplus to requirements by Bramall Lane boss Neil Warnock - and Kabba has been told he can leave the Hornets just months after joining.

Kabba, who was a key part of the Blades' promotion team last season, has seen just three starts for Aidy Boothroyd's men since making the switch, and still lives in Sheffield.

And it's thought Brian Laws is a big fan of the forward, who has vast experience at Championship level already with the Blades and Crystal Palace.

Kabba was recruited to the Premiership outfit for a sum of 500,000 - with many Blades fans believing Watford had got the better deal for the hitman - and it's thought a similar sum could prize him away from the Premiership club.

And Laws is set to bolster his squad for a promotion push next season, with a sum of cash from the 2.5m sale of Madjid Bougherra to spend in the summer.




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Writer: Nick Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday March 27 2007

Time: 9:12AM

Your Comments

What would everyone think to taking Kabba back? Think it would be a top signing myself. Even the Blunts were sad to see him go.
nickswfc
Maybe a good signing, but we have no recognised 'keeper of our own, and I think we need two center halfs and a Makelele type defensive\holding midfield player. I know it is an old one, but "if you dont concede, you dont lose"
Smurf
Agree with Smurf. We do have other priorities but if we get those areas sorted out then I see no reason why not. Did the biz with the blunts
welshyowl
well seeing as maclean is leaving in the summer why not replace him with kabba?? better than maclean for this division, in my eyes!
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
Can someone change this pic to one with kabba wearing the Watford shirt we don't want this s@it on our forum C'MON U BLUE N WHITE WIZARDS
mightyowl
so long as we have money for other positions i reckon hed be a class signing, my dads a blunt (yeah i know its hard) and he rates him highly said he was just unlucky with injuries really.
ozzietheowl
 

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