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Fenton In Shock Move To Grimsby

Fenton In Shock Move To Grimsby

Nick Fenton has today joined League Two side Grimsby Town on a three year deal. This will come as a surprise to Rovers fans as Fenton signed an extension to his contract last season. Fenton was not in the starting line up's of the first few games this season but was seen as good cover for central defence or right back and had played well pre-season.

Fenton signed for Rovers in the Summer of 2004 on a free transer from Notts County, for whom he had joined from Manchester City for £150,000.

Fenton will go straight into Grimsby's squad to face Bury on Saturday.


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Date:Thursday August 24 2006
Time: 10:56AM

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He was on loan at Bournemouth during his spell at Man City. I seem to remember he did well. I was quite young at the time though.
chezza
24/08/2006 11:45:00
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good luck nick at Grimsby, I think its a shame that you have left but that takes a bit of the wage bill and we do have quite a few defenders so maybe we can strengthen the team in other area's (up front)
dazza71
24/08/2006 16:32:00
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good luck nick you did us proud i still have thoughts of some goals that you scored you will do good there good luck
no.1 rover
24/08/2006 21:20:00
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Who would have thought Grinsby Town. Never mind there's always AFCB to beat..........NOT!
tis_red
26/08/2006 00:38:00
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