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Oldham To Talk To Clarke

Radio Sheffield reports that Oldham have been given permission to discuss personal terms with Owls striker Leon Clarke.

His recent loan period at Southend ended more with a whimper than a bang when manager Steve Tilson openly questioned Clarke's commitment to the Shripmers. Clarke's stats during his time at Roots Hall are impressive, however: a goal every two games a clear indication that he can definitely do a job at that level.

Brian Laws said yesterday there were other clubs in the hunt for the ex-Wolves man's signature and so it has proved: John Sheridan and the Oldham board can now make an offer to a player they know all about. Clarke spent a month there last season, scoring three in five.

Leeds are also rumoured to be interested.. however that seems to be pure speculation at this stage. Watch this space.




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Date:Thursday January 10 2008

Time: 8:00AM

Your Comments

Thank You John Sheridan. Legend
McQuaid-Owls
Hehe, my thoughts exactly. Though it isn't a done deal yet, I hope this doesn't fall through like the Southend deal did!
NicNac
yep leeds rumour was on one of ther fans site. but thank god for oldham all been well
mick66owl
Once a wednesday legeng alaways a wednesday legeng, good on ya john!!
will it ever happen
Just hope someone buys him. Would be good for Leeds to waste their money!!!!!
swfcjambo
swap him for beckford??? see ya later allegator......
FUTURES BLUE N WHITE
WANT TIME does he want the taXI ORDERING FOR
mick66owl
He can walk, might shed a few pounds aswell if he did!!
will it ever happen
FBNW i like that idea, we give leeds clarke n abit o cash for beckford, could be a tasty thought
smiggyswfc
HASNT HE GONE YET. come on clarke we want to get some decent players in
mick66owl
Apparently they have put a 3mill price tag on Beckford's head as Derby are interested, we won't have anything near that obviously
McQuaid-Owls
LOOKS LIKE CLARKE MOVE IS ONLY A LOAN but suppose it will free his wages up
mick66owl
Starting today, wonder what that means for his move?
McQuaid-Owls
 

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