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Zigic Will Leave St Andrews


Serbian centre-forward Nikola Zigic`s agent says that the giant striker has played his last game for Birmingham City.

Zigic played his part in helping Blues win the Carling Cup last season, but an injury towards the end of the season meant that he was not in the side to help them escape the drop.

Zigic`s representative, Milan Calasan, has now revealed his client will not be signing a new deal under Chris Hughton, his time at St Andrews is up.

'At the moment, the only thing that is sure is that Zigic is going to leave Birmingham this summer,' Calasan told Serbian newspaper Sport.

'There is still a long time left to decide, so we are not in a rush. Nikola's wish is to continue his career in England or Spain.'

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Date:Monday July 4 2011

Time: 12:06PM

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The reason that we are having such an exodus is that the majority of our team are still good enough for the premiership, easily, shame the manager wasnt in the end.
Mr Parker
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04/07/2011 18:33:00

I just wonder how much money will be made available to Hugton from outgoing transfers , 25% ish? It may be an idea to get the odd player plus cash for some of those who will leave... just a thought.
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