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Another player who Bignot would like to keep hold of beyond his current deal is midfielder Gary Roberts.
We want to keep hold of these players, but currently we have no resolution of what is going to happen, where we are going to be playing and who we will be playing against, and then there is the funding.
Dembele's versatility, he can lead the line or play out wide in a front three, and his impressive record in front of goal means Fulham may struggle to keep hold of the French teenager but manager Martin Jol is confident he will remain for at least two more years.
WINNING "I just hope we can keep hold of ours because while developing players and bringing them through is OK, I want to build a winning team, one that makes our supporters proud.
I'm sure Cardiff want to keep hold of him for as long as possible.
AC MILAN were last night gazing into the Galaxy in a desperate bid to keep hold of David Beckham.
SEB Larsson served up a reminder of why Birmingham are so keen to keep hold of him at St Andrew's yesterday.
We're hoping Jose Mourinho doesn't watch it on TV tonight because we want to keep hold of him for a bit longer.
Then a procession of life-changing events occurs where he scrambles to keep hold of his sanity.
The girls' volleyball team (10-3, 6-1), coming off a comeback victory Tuesday over Canyon, will look to keep hold of first place in the Foothill League at Hart at 4:45 p.
If the weather holds, the Kiwis would be decent value at 13-8 but with the likely use of the Duckworth Lewis method, keep hold of your cash.