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Summer Changes

This summer, Sean O'driscoll is planning a mass exodus of players including some big names from the Keepmoat. This is mainly due to the players not agreeing to his conservative tactics and his management skills.

The highest profile player to leave is likely to be skipper and JPT hero Graeme Lee who is bound to move to home-town club Hartlepool. Sean Thornton is likely to follow him out the door. Also as Lewis Guy, Jonathan Forte and midfield hopeful Anthony Griffiths

In to replace them no doubt ex-Bournemouth players who want to play for the manager!




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Date:Thursday April 12 2007

Time: 11:46AM

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I wouldn't be surprised to see three or four current or ex Bournemouth lads come to the club. It will be a shame to lose Thornton and Lee though.
dazza71
Lee did not travel down with the squad today. Has he played his last game ever for DRFC?
PopStandRover
Its rumoured he's not part of SOD'S plans and he's on his way back to Hartlepool.
dazza71
 

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