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Sancho Loan Move Off

Brent Sancho's expected loan move to the Swans has been called off.

Gillingham highly criticised Swansea City AFC for trying to change the deal and chairman Mr Scally, who incidentally, had a bust up with Sancho told Gillingham's official site:

'We had agreed a deal with Swansea yesterday that would have seen Brent join them on loan.

'But they now want to renege on that deal and quite frankly I'm furious with them for not honouring their word, and Brent will be returning to Gillingham with immediate effect.'

Mr Scally added: 'We will not get caught out again in any further dealings with them.'

This comes as dissapointing news for us with the amount of injury problems we have in defence. Trundle could face another spell on the sidelines and Ricketts was sick during Tuesday's game against Colchester.

Kenny Jackett later defended Swansea City Football Club and he told BBC Wales: "That can change the whole situation and I have to look after my club's interests,"

"We didn't know we had to re-apply for somebody who already had a work permit.

"What Gillingham said also was that Brent wasn't allowed to play against them.

"That's a potential four games out of 12 he could have missed and when I told (Gills chairman Paul) Mr Scally that he wasn't best pleased, but nor was I."

Scally said he was furious with Swansea for "reneging" on the proposed two-month deal, adding: "We will not get caught out again in any further dealings with them."

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Writer: VitalSwansea Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday March 8 2006

Time: 4:33PM

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Obviously their a chairman is fiery character, ooo look hes furious again! What could have gone soo badly wrong for him not to move..?
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08/03/2006 16:51:00

Lets face it, Scally is an arsehole of the highest order and generally gets up someones back no matter what he does
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08/03/2006 17:23:00

This is a farce and we should forget him and leave him where he is to pick up his wages and not play for them . I bet their Chairman is trying to be greedy thinking we are desperate so i say leave it .
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08/03/2006 21:04:00

This is very dissapointing and part to blame are Gillingham who would have known about the Home Office problems.
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10/03/2006 16:17:00

he would of been a great singning by kenny, but u can't win everything in life, but he would of bin a great singing as he is a world cup hopeful for triniad and tobago
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10/03/2006 19:56:00

dis is takin da p!$$ now!!!
troika dog
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10/03/2006 19:57:00


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