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Fletcher snubs Sunderland

It's unlikely that Steven Fletcher will stay with Wolves for next season.

After all he was one of only a few players who did manage to impress during last seasons Premier League campaign and there are likely to be half a dozen or so clubs interested in taking him for next season.

One of those clubs was Sunderland, who I personally would have thought would have been quite a good move for him.

They are likely to be one of a few clubs willing to match our evaluation of him and they do tend to splash the cash at this time of the year, but according to the Daily Mail at least, Fletcher has turned down the chance to talk to them.

There isn't any explanation as to why, it doesn't even say that the two clubs agreed a fee, which of course is a pretty important part of the process of any transfer, but perhaps he already knows someone else is interested?

But for now at least Fletcher will be staying at Molineux.

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday May 18 2012

Time: 11:00AM

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He didn't want to leave Burnley either but Burnley needed the money. Let's hope he is the new Bully....a bit of loyalty would be amazing.
Rustmonkey
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18/05/2012 17:11:00

You've said more than you intended, Rustmonkey ! Bully's loyalty and glory didn't translate into promotion to the PL; not that he was the cause of that, far from it, but in spite of that, rather.
lovesW
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21/05/2012 04:45:00

I'll decide if I've said enough. I have no interest if Bully didn't get us to the promised land, one player don't make a team. What Bully showed was loyalty even though he was offered better deals. The point I was making was that it would be nice to see some of that again. Fletch only left Burnley because the club had to sell him. I can only hope that he shows us the same loyalty but that depends on how he views our club. Looking at the body language over the last few weeks, maybe not especially when RJ was getting sick. SF wasn't happy.
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21/05/2012 09:57:00

 

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