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Saints Players Contracts Expiring Soon

Saints Players Contracts Expiring Soon

Tommy Forecast, who has not played a single first-team match since joining in 2008, will be released.

Ryan Dickson, currently on loan at Bradford City also to be released.

Ben Reeves on loan at Southend probably to be released.

Centre-half Dan Seaborne, who is on loan at Cherries will be released.

Richard Chaplow is another likely to be released.

Full-backs Frazer Richardson and Danny Butterfield are probably for release.

This leaves us with two of our better players.

Jason Puncheon has gone from pariah to star in little over a year and should be offered a new contract.

Artur Boruc has been superb of late and definitely deserves a new contract.

Do you agree with my verdict?



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Friday February 15 2013
Time: 8:59AM

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The two playing regularly must be signed up unless we have better on the way.
stellarnw
15/02/2013 18:41:00
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Think I'd give Reeves a little bit longer, but he does need to start showing more and hopefully he'll return from loan having kicked on a touch more.
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15/02/2013 21:06:00
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