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Article on Free transfers

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Where do Archant dig these stories up from? If we are interested in Delaney and Leadbitter as two ageing old Binners we are in deep $hit!

Does anyone really believe we would be in for these players? Surely not.

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The whole thing about "free" transfers is that there''s a lot ''misleading'' within the group of players available within it: all it means is the player is out of contract, there''s ''pools'' of players within that. You have guys like Ruddy which were ostensibly a financial thing on the part of their club, those like Mulumbu who went out of contract and effectively not wanted (obviously finances play a part), and others like Marley Watkins who were wanted but let their contract run out.

There''s decent players in each pool, but we should surely steer well clear of some of the names mentioned.

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I think that article shows just how poor Archant are at researching stories tbh, because I''m sure Mr Webber would laugh his socks off at the names mentioned in the article

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Just had a look at the article and it''s just horrendous.''''With doubts surrounding the futures of Jonny Howson and Graham Dorrans

after they were linked with Leeds and Rangers respectively, City could

find themselves in need of another midfielder this summer.''''Did james kunt write this?

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Zeki Fryers is a good shout though. Could do a lot worse than bringing him in to help sort out the left back issues.

The slim pickings on that list goes to show that clubs are getting better at managing player contracts and not losing better players on frees.

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