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More Lost Youth!

The exodus of youth unable to get enough match time to satisfy their lust continues with the departure of Zeki Fryers.

With his contract up, the nineteen year old is expected to join the Tottenham revolution under Andre Villas-Boas.

However, there could be a battle of words looming with United believing that the compensation package should be 4 million, double hat Spurs have offered.

If this isn`t settled don`t be too surprised if both parties end up at a tribunal.



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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday July 6 2012

Time: 4:33PM

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It's always a shame to see youngsters leave but realisitically, Fryers is a good player and could become a decent squad player in the future but was never going to displace Evra and if Fabio fulfills his potential he won't displace him either. If the compensation does work out anywhere between 2 mil and 4 mil then you won't catch me moaning about losing, there's many other talented or even more proven fullbacks out there who you could fetch for the same, if not less.
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06/07/2012 20:15:00

about losing him* & same price*
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