Date: 16th April 2006 at 9:54am
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There was a lot of speculation when we sold Matty Fryatt on the terms and conditions of the sale. Perhaps we will never know the exact details, but besides appearences, goals and international recognitions and of cause a sell on clause there are clauses relating the Foxes team performances.

It is understood that the first payment would be recieved if the Foxes who were in the relegation zone at the time of the sale stayed up. Well it is mathematically certain that the Leicester will be playing championship football next season. The rumour from Leicester puts the level of payment at 150k.

It is not known if this will be paid now (which I doubt) or at the end of season or when the league distrupts the respective monies for next season.

The sale of Matty Fryatt may well have cost us our league one status.However whether the money will be reinvested in regaining a team capable of getting up the leagues is anyones guess. However with the history Mr Bonser has for prudence and the gapping holes relegation will cause in our budgets(lower gates etc) I know what I think.

 

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