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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Paladini on More Possible Players - (Ben Kosky/Kilburn Times)

Ben Kosky/Kilburn Times - May 10, 2006
Two more on the way

And he is set to land two more in the near future, including Australian World Cup hopeful Nick Ward, 21, from Perth Glory.The under-23 international midfielder was on trial with Leicester earlier this season and has been officially labelled one of the top 15 young prospects in world football by FIFA. Rangers are also set to sign a right-back who, like Ward, will fit into the kind of age bracket preferred by both Waddock and chairman Gianni Paladini.

"You don't rest on your laurels and we want to bring in young players, who will be an investment for the club - players of 21, 22, 23 and the occasional one of 27, 28, 29," said Paladini."We're building a team for the next three years. We've got to have good lads who make a difference to the team, don't cause problems and fit into the system that Gary wants to play." We haven't released players without considering how to replace them and we've been working for the last two months, looking for people to bring in. Our aim is to sign about six or seven before the start of next season." Provided we bring in the right players, we'll be OK - Watford brought in the right players last year - not many, but look at the change."Millwall got rid of their best players and look what happened to them."

.....The club are also hoping to finalise a new one-year contract with left-back Mauro Milanese in the coming weeks... http://www.kilburntimes.co.uk/content/camden/kilburntimes/sport/story.aspx?brand=KLBTOnline&category=sportfootball&tBrand=northlondon24&tCategory=sportklbt&itemid=WeED10%20May%202006%2011%3A17%3A25%3A680

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