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Blues Release Carling Cup Hero

Keith Fahey has been released by Blues after they have decided to not take up his two-year contract option.

KF played a big part in the Carling Cup final, even hitting the post in the 2nd half. In his 4 years at Blues he`s seen promotion, relegation and a reasonable increase in club statue before it all crumbling down.

So in summary I think he knows exactly what English football is all about now. He is 30 years old and fit finally, I personally did like the guy and felt sometimes he was a victim of tactics rather than putting in a bad performance. Good Bye, Good Luck and Thank You.

Other players on the way out and Caldwell (Toronto Loan), Pablo Ibanez (released) and Gomis (released).




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Writer: Chrisblues Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 7 2013

Time: 1:32PM

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Another one we simply just cannot afford to pay, dont care what lies the club spout
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