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Another Three Weeks for Healy?

Although we`d like to believe that every effort is being made to attract new players to Craven Cottage, therefore revitalising our squad, our first target still remains at arms length.

David Healy, who has played for Lawrie Sanchez during his tenure as manager of Northern Ireland, will have to sit twiddling his thumbs for a further three weeks until he can commit to playing for another club.

When Leeds United went into voluntary administration, just prior to the climax of the 2006-2007 season, it invoked a complicated process.

By concocting a rescue package to re-generate Leeds United, albeit under different ownership, a deadline was imposed for creditors to contest the deal agreed to take the club out of administration.

This deadline still has three weeks to go; therefore Healy is unable to sign until this milestone has been passed, hopefully, just in time to report for pre-season training with his new club!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 14 2007

Time: 2:51PM

Your Comments

time for him to change his mind then!
merlin
or us to change ours (please)!
Zeno
I have my concerns to, he hardly set the Championship alight so how's he gonna do in the Prem?
Putney
i agree Putney, i think he might struggle in a higher tier of football. Also i cant help but cringe when i see that pic of Bates, you would think with all his money he would sort his teeth out ??
pandapops
 

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