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Exit Door Is Busy At St Andrews

Exit Door Is Busy At St Andrews

Birmingham have confirmed that three top players are out of the exit door at St Andrews after the club was relegated from the Premier League into the Championship.

Out goes Kevin Phillips, Sebastian Larsson and Lee Bowyer, also following them are Maik Taylor, Martin Jiranek and Stuart Parnaby. All six players have left the club on the expiry of their contracts.

Better news is that Stephen Carr stays with the club after the option for another year in his contract was taken up, Spanish midfielder Enric Valles also signs a one year deal.

The club would also like to keep James McFadden and discussions are on-going with the player.

Chairman Peter Pannu told www.bcfc.com 'We have discussed strategies and player movements and policies.

'Suffice to say there is by and large consensus in the way we believe we should proceed.'




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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Friday May 27 2011
Time: 1:11PM

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Scotty Dann to liverpool ?????
Big No 9
27/05/2011 18:04:00
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To raise funds, anybody who wishes to have their photo taken with the Carling Cup can pop along to Cash Converters, Small Heath from Moday morning onwards!
Stourbridge Villan
28/05/2011 19:07:00
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And as for your poll on sacking McLeish, you gotta be kidding, he's a legend!!! lol
Stourbridge Villan
28/05/2011 19:08:00
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I'd like to say City fans, congrats on your cup win. Shame we won't get to rob 6 points off you for a while but you can't have everything lol. Good luck in the Chumpionship, see you for a spanking some time maybe hehehhe :)
ExpatVillaShirt
02/06/2011 00:04:00
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