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Critchell: Chose Weymouth Over U's!

Conference side Weymouth yesterday signed hometown boy Kyle Critchell, a 20-year-old Welsh youth international, after he reportedly rejected an offer from Colchester United.

The BBC confirmed that the midfielder, who announced the deal at the same time as the club closed their new takeover, also snubbed Dagenham & Redbridge, Torquay, Shrewsbury.

The former Southampton youngster was a part of the side that won an Academy Premiership title in 2006 and also had loan spells with Chesterfield and Torquay United.




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Writer: Matt_Us Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 21 2007

Time: 1:28PM

Your Comments

Something jusrt is not right about things with us, players wont come what is it?
Deeno
Exodus from Layer Road, Chrissie Barker chose QPR (:o) - something drastically wrong with you guys!
bluebirdshroom
Just what is going on at Layer Road?
sandgroanun
Now Harford...Grrr.
Deeno
Still Kinsella might be returning to Layer Road!
sandgroanun
Let's hope he comes 'home'. It's strange that players won't come; 'victims' of our own sucsess.
Matt_Us
Weired how not many players want to join you.We have the same problem at Hull I think but hopful with abit of money now we be ok.Whats happening to all this money you been getin from selling players and that? ie Danns,Parky,Harlford? Dont understand why you aint buyin anyone.
matty17x
This is the first season in a long time where the club's board of directors have not had to dip into thier poeckets to help the club break even. Although fans are slightly concerned, we think Williams is the right man for sure and he is spending (or not!) money like it's his own.
Matt_Us
To add: the sqaud now is far smaller even that when the team were promoted. So I'm not sure exactly, but most of the XI have had pay hikes...
Matt_Us
 

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