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Ben Tozer To Newcastle Confirmed

Swindon Town have confirmed that defender Ben Tozer has been sold to Newcastle United.

Tozer made his senior debut for Swindon Town against Charlton Athletic in the League Cup earlier on in the season and has since made 6 other first team appearances.

Many scouts have been tracking Tozer`s progress and a deal worth a rumoured 1.1m has now been accepted by Swindon Town for the promising player.

This is the second time in 2 seasons that one of Town`s most promising players has been sold to a Premier League side with Lukas Jutkiewicz heading to Everton in the summer.

Tozer is set to travel to Newcastle on Monday to finalise terms of his switch to St. James` Park.








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Writer: Aaron Hughes Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 16 2007

Time: 12:35PM

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no surprise there then!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hope the old board don't get this money but i think we all know it is down to them we have sold him.
red_gilly
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16/12/2007 14:47:00

Hello, I'm a Newcastle fan, our weakness (well, our main one) for the last few years has been a lack of a quality left back, so how good do you reckon Tozer could be? At 17, I don't expect him to go straight into the starting line-up but in a couple of years maybe so I was just wondering what your opinion is of the lad. Even though he's only just got into your first team recently.
SeanDougy
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16/12/2007 16:16:00

Tozer is tall but to be honest, I can't say I have seen anything that makes him special. I honestly don't expect him to break into Newcastle's first team except maybe the odd carling cup or FA cup game. He is tall and perhaps can be moulded but even at League One he has not been great. His distribution is pretty poor.
STFC_Gazza
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16/12/2007 16:40:00

There must be potential there given how much interest there has been. Also even if it was entirely down to Fitton, I'm sure he would have sold him for over 1M, we are after all only a league 1 club and thats tidy money
mandrossian
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17/12/2007 14:12:00

Good luck to young Ben. As spoke about before, i mentioned he is like a young "Shaun Taylor" to me but needs to learn a lot which he will do but not for a fair few years. This is a monsterous deal for our club. He is young, he will learn a good trade up there (Just look at Steven Taylor). All the best Ben
Nelly180
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17/12/2007 15:02:00

Where has this 1.1m come from?? Sky Sports News just announced he has signed for 250,000??
Nelly180
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17/12/2007 22:05:00

 

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