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Steve Holland says it's up to one of four keepers to take up the challenge of being the Alex number one next season.

Holland is still hoping to change the minds of Ben Williams and Owain Fon Williams, both of whom have rejected/stalled on contract offers recently. He's offered both the number one spot for next season but revealed it's whoever takes the opportunity first who will take the spot.

However, Holland has upped the stakes by offering it to two 'outside goalkeepers' as well. One is thought to be Gretna's Greg Fleming, who is reported to be on the verge of sealing a deal after talking to Holland last week.

Holland told the official site, crewealex.net, that the first to accept the challenge gets it; 'With Owain also delaying his decision we have offered the position to another outside goalkeeper and have targeted another just in case as well. Basically, the first goalkeeper to accept the challenge will start the season as our number one choice.'





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Writer: Dink Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 7 2008

Time: 1:07PM

Your Comments

Any ideas on the other :-)
mowen23
I have absolutely no idea, bet you do though. ;-)
Dink.
Yeh been released by a L1 club. let you fill in the gaps....
mowen23
Chris Day? Only keeper I remember being released off the top of my head.
Dink.
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh C.B.N.C
mowen23
Rhys Evans?
Dink.
 

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