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Sunday, June 24, 2007

Ex-QPR News Update: Forbes, Dichio, Wright

Terrel Forbes...Danny Dichio...Chris Wright...Alan McDonald...Clarke Carlisle

Western Daily Press - June 22: "...Slade will discuss a contract extension with defender Terrell Forbes next week, with the club insisting the player has not handed in a transfer request..." Western Daily Press

Yeovil Town chairman John Fry has dismissed a claim that defender Terrell Forbes has handed in a transfer request.
A report yesterday suggested the defender had requested a move because he was unhappy with the financial terms of a potential contract extension.
However, Fry revealed the club had yet to table a firm offer and suggested quotes attributed to Forbes were actually given to the media by an associate of the defender's agent.
Forbes, who is on holiday in Turkey, is expected to hold talks with Yeovil next week about an improved deal.
And Fry said: "As far as the club is concerned there has been no request for a transfer.
"From what we understand, the player's agent is responsible for putting the message out. If the player has got a complaint or is not in agreement with the club he should be talking to the manager and not the press.
"As we understand it there may be a problem with his current contract in terms of money.
"We are not aware of that because no one has approached Russell (Slade, manager) or myself about that.
"We don't want to fall out with the player, but we think the agent is bang out of order and the way that he has gone about this is unacceptable procedure..."" Western Daily Press

Danny Dichio played, but didn't score as his Toronto FC lost 0-3 to New England Revolution. Report

Chris Wright...Sunday Telegraph "Chrysalis Group to sell radio stations
Chrysalis Group is finalising the £170m sale of its radio stations Heart, Galaxy and LBC to financier Michael Tabor. An announcement could come tomorrow.
Chief executive Richard Huntingford is expected to announce his resignation, after a handover period. He will receive a bonus estimated at around £1.5m for completing the sale. Chairman Chris Wright will stay on to lead the rump of the company, a music publishing business valued at £105m . Sunday Telegraph

And for ex-QPR's Alan McDonald, it's Manchester United, live on Sky

Reported various places: Burnley's Cotterill denies Burnley are interested in ex-QPR's Clarke Carlisle for 300,000 pounds..."Meanwhile, Burnley have dismissed reports linking them with Watford defender Clarke Carlisle." Report

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