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Trundle: I'd Take A Pay Cut To Stay With Swans

Trundle: I'd Take A Pay Cut To Stay With Swans

Lee Trundle says he's willing to take a pay cut to stay at Swansea City.

The popular striker, on loan from Bristol City, is set to have talks with the club this week to determine his future.

Manager Paulo Sousa has hardly used him since he arrived in August 2009 - he's made just 2 League starts and 18 appearances as a substitute. With that in mind, it seems unlikely that Sousa will want to sign him permanently for next season.

Trundle said:

'We are meeting on Wednesday and Thursday and will sit down and see what's happening,'

'Hopefully it will be the news that I want to hear and I'll be staying here.

'I'd take a pay cut to stay here, that's not a problem at all for me.

'I love playing for this club and I want to do all I can to help the club push on and get a play-off spot next season.'




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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Monday May 3 2010
Time: 12:47PM

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Considering his time spent on the pitch, ratio wise he is currenly our best scorer, sign him & play him regularly. Personally I was shocked he never featured in the cardiff game, and to play him for only 10mins in our last game was a joke, he should have been on the pitch from the start.
OriginalXOR
03/05/2010 13:32:00
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he's not good enough, thats why he hardly plays
eye_nose_hat
03/05/2010 18:14:00
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