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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

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Telegraph Argus/Simon Parker - Rehman offered chance at City
- Zesh Rehman has been offered the chance to sign permanently for City, Stuart McCall today revealed.
- The Pakistan international defender, who has spent the last three months on loan from QPR, is among the players McCall wants to keep in his streamlined squad for next term....
- McCall was sitting down with the two club chairmen today to see how much cash will be available in the new contracts.
But apart from the likes of lower earners O’Brien and Colbeck, who can expect a rise, the wage offers will be less than before.
McCall said: “Just because people are getting offers, it doesn’t mean they will accept them. They are all going to be on reduced money but that’s the way of the world at the moment.
“But hopefully we can offer something that’s a good enough incentive package to keep them.”...
If McCall cannot shift any of them, it will impact heavily on the much-reduced wage budget, which has been slashed by more than a third for next season.
- Rehman partnered Clarke at centre half for the first time at Chesterfield and his offer indicates skipper Lee is no longer part of McCall’s thinking.
- McCall said: “Zesh and Clarkey did well as a pair on Saturday. Sometimes facts can blind you but in the four games Zesh played down the middle, we only conceded one goal.
- “It’s value for money we’re looking for and Zesh has shown he can fill the position for us.” Bradford Argus

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