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Bignot elects to leave

Paul Bignot has elected to leave the club this summer, the club had offered him the chance to prolong his stay in South Cheshire but he has elected to move on to pastures new.

He has found it difficult to hold down a regular position in the first team and was close to leaving the club following a loan spell at Kidderminster at the end of October 2004.

The 21 year old has been linked with a move to Barnet recently and maybe tempted by a move to the capital. His decision to move on will mean the club will look to replace him.

The player likely to replace him will be a youngster who can cover in one or two positions. Defender Greg Stones from Welsh side New Saints is to arrive on trial shortly and should he show potential the club may make a move to secure him on a permanent basis.




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The Journalist

Writer: Matt Owen Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 22 2007

Time: 12:45PM

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Can understand his frustration at not holding down a regular spot in the first team!
sandgroanun
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22/06/2007 12:52:00

Never really broke through, showed promise. but agree time for him to move on and test himself at a lower level. Good Luck Paul.
mowen23
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22/06/2007 12:59:00

I think its just what he needs, as he will really shine in a lower league. If he really loves football, surely its better to get first team football
pandapops
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22/06/2007 13:43:00

BE LIKE AN F.A CUP FINAL FOR YOU,PLAYING US THIS YEAR
LORD LUTON
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22/06/2007 16:53:00

Luton i think as you were relegated, you might have a few confidence issues this season and i personally think you will probably end up mid table, fancy a bet on this ??
pandapops
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25/06/2007 11:39:00

 

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