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Jenkins: Issue With Ipswich 'Now Resolved'

Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins has released a statement today stating that all issues with Ipswich Town over the loan agreement of Tamas Priskin have now been 'Resolved'.

He told BBC Sport Wales:

'There's no issue at all with Ipswich.

'Everything is fine between us and we move on.

'All our differences have been resolved today and we've concluded on all matters to do with Tamas Priskin being on loan with us.

'We've got a good relationship with Ipswich and I get along well with Simon Clegg, the chief executive.'


Simon Clegg threatened to force a transfer embargo upon the club, claiming a breach of contract regarding the loan signing of Tamas Priskin last season. He returned to Ipswich Town prematurely due to an injury.

With the legality of the Priskin loan deal put to bed, Swansea City can now look forward to building on the success of the 2011 campaign.




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 27 2011

Time: 6:58PM

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still dont know y their chairman cudnt have sorted this out without involvin media
SwanPaul
 

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