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Bristol City Release Striker Lee Trundle

Bristol City Release Striker Lee Trundle

Bristol City have officially released striker Lee Trundle, who's been on loan at Swansea City since August 2009.

The Swans sold the popular striker to the Ashton Gate club in 2007 for a £1million transfer fee, but he struggled to continue his regular goalscoring at a higher level.

Trundle returned to the Liberty Stadium at the end of August last year and after a good early spell of goals, he was mainly an unused substitute for the remainder of the season.

The scouser is very keen to earn himself a permanent move to the Swans but it seems unlikely considering the amount of appearances he's made with us.



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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Thursday May 6 2010
Time: 6:34PM

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He wants to stay, he's even offered a smaller wage, for a scouser this guy really is a true Jack and can put the ball in the back of the net. I'm in, tell me I was wrong this time next year, but he should definately play more.
OriginalXOR
06/05/2010 18:55:00
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TRUNDLE IS A LEGEND. Why has every1 slagged him off this year???? Every tym he has cum on he has looked a threat and we all know he is fit enough to play 90 mins. And he can score goals he didnt even play quater of the season and got 5 or 6 goals, and for him to take a pay cut is awesome, sign him up, i reckon theres more 2 trundle than every1 thinks!!!!
welshmartan
07/05/2010 09:00:00
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