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Good Bye Mully

Kiwi International, David Mulligan, today had his new contract offer withdrawn. With two new full-backs signing this week, Mully was always going to be a squad player next season.

Mulligan wanted first team football, and Rovers were not able to guarantee him this.

Mulligan joined Rovers from Barnsley towards the end of the Division Three Championship campaign.

Scunthorpe and Tranmere are leading the race to sign him.




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Date:Friday May 19 2006

Time: 10:50PM

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Thats a bit unusual to have a contract offer withdrawn. I definately be off if I were him
miked_joker
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19/05/2006 23:43:00

yeah just abit, strange...
green giant 12
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20/05/2006 01:37:00

that is surprising nver heard that one before. I would be annoyed if i was him.
jono_forest
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20/05/2006 07:04:00

odd. will he be a lose to you.
red_gilly
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20/05/2006 13:06:00

wat we doing he could play anywhere good wi both feet
Sam_smullen
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15/07/2006 17:36:00

 

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