Date: 9th August 2009 at 9:58pm
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Tamas Priskin has become Ipswich Town’s new ‘twenty goal a season striker’…pssssh.

We don’t think so. Either way, that is what Roy Keane and the Ipswich faithful are hoping and at £1.7 million, the Russo’s are probably laughing all the way to the bank.

The moody Magyar is out of contract at the end of the season and had already rejected a new deal at the ‘Vic. Now he has signed for the Tractor Boys and was a 67th minute sub today for the Blues who crashed 2-1 at Cov. Having penned a three-year deal he is keeping in line with the gaffers stance by claiming Town are aiming for the Premier League.

It certainly has to be said that Priskin’s languid, bordering on lazy style, similar to that of much maligned Bulgarian, Dimitar Berbatov will not go down to well under ‘up’n’at’em’ former United midfield madman turned Town gaffer, Roy Keane.

Marriage made in Heaven? We think not…