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Rovers plan big summer spending

Rovers plan big summer spending

As like last summer Rovers are planning a mass summer spree. Particularly in the striking department with the likes of Guy and Dyer leaving the club aswell as yougster Jon-Paul Pittman. The players rumoured to come into replace them are Bournemouth goal getter James Hayter, which will come to know surprise to Donny fans. Joining him will be his former team-mate John Spicer from Burnley who played under SOD previously. Also making his move permanent Danny Cadamarteri who has impressed on-loan. Another loanee who has impressed is the 'Big Scot' Neil Sullivan who will also make his move to the Keepmoat permanent. A surprise sigining also is set to be Bury Centre back Fitzgerald who will come cheaply if the Shakers are relegated around the £20,000 mark.



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Date:Saturday April 28 2007
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I would like to see most of those sign, I think we need to had three or four more than we lose this summer. It showed that the squad just wasn't big enough to cope with the injuries this season. Why don't we try and bring in a few of the youngsters on a season long lone from some of the big clubs like Man utd and Chelsea to give them first team experience it always seems to work for other clubs?
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29/04/2007 10:35:00
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