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Robinson Decision Expected On Monday

Robinson Decision Expected On Monday

Andy Robinson will decide his future within the next week as the time ticks down on the 10 day deadline given to the player by Roberto Martinez.

Contract talks have stalled in recent weeks and has led to speculation that the midfielder's future lies away from the Liberty Stadium. Leeds United are thought to be interested in signing the former Tranmere Rovers player but there has been nothing concrete from the Yorkshire club over a possible move for the player.

It is not the first time that talks over contract extensions with the player have broken down. In July 2006, Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins revelled the same problems over the difference over the remuneration package. Jenkins was quoted as saying 'Andy's agent and I are quite a way apart in what we think the level of his contract should be."

Robinson has made 157 apperances and has scored 42 goals in his Swansea carrer to date.

Robinson told the SWEP

"A decision will definitely be made by Monday.If it takes me until Monday to reach a decision then that is what it will be.Over the next week it will be sorted out. The offer is on the table and we are considering it."



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Writer:sbrjack
Date:Tuesday May 20 2008
Time: 9:25AM

Comments

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if leeds wanted him and the wages touted are true, he'd have made is mind up by now
cyjax
20/05/2008 11:06:00
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Why do we need him??
Tiny T
20/05/2008 13:52:00
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Its a bit convenient that he is waiting till after the play off finals. Going down in my estimation rather rapidly.
welshboy78
20/05/2008 15:31:00
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i totally agree with welshboy78 he is waiting to see if DIRTY leeds win at Wembley not happy with him at the moment if you dont want to ply for us make your mind up and sod off
taylor2078
20/05/2008 15:49:00
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HE IS A GREEDY GIT IN MY HEAD AND I WANT HIM TO P*** OFF
mumblesjack98
20/05/2008 19:32:00
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I no longer want him to stay!
barrydoom
20/05/2008 19:59:00
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Management must be strong and demand his decision by friday this week as was originally announced. Negotiations on a new contract started well before the end of the season, and so he has had sufficient time to contemplate a decision.
willow
20/05/2008 20:03:00
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Unfortunately I have to agree. It is time for him to go!
dannymerch
20/05/2008 21:59:00
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