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Clark Gives Naylor A Chance.

Ex-Wolves defender Lee Naylor has the chance to earn himself a place at Birmingham City after coming to the club on trial.

Manager Lee Clark believes that the 32 year old may have something to offer Blues after leaving Cardiff City last month, since then he has been seeking a club.

Naylor went to Molineux in 1997, going on to make 300 appearances in the old gold shirt before 600,000 sealed him a move to Scottish champions Celtic in 2006.




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Date:Wednesday July 11 2012

Time: 5:35PM

 

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