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Kilgallon The Next Clark Target?

Birmingham City are reported to be interested in Sunderland defender Matt Kilgallon.

The Sunderland Echo has named Blues as one of the clubs that would like to take the 29 year old on a Bosman after he was revealed that his contract would not be renewed when it expires next month.

But if the story is true, then Lee Clark will have to fight off interest from other Championship clubs, namely Ipswich, Blackburn and Wigan.




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Date:Tuesday June 4 2013

Time: 2:01PM

 

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