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Southampton Reject Bid For Defender

Rovers have had a 150,000 bid for Southampton defender Martin Cranie rejected.

Cranie, 20, recently played for the Saints in the play off semi final defeat against Derby.

It is believed the players contract is about to run out but he would not be allowed to leave on a Bosman as he is under 24.




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Date:Friday May 18 2007

Time: 1:00PM

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I have never heard of him? We do see to be looking for younger players at the moment.
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