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Fry Junior could be on his way

Posh owner and caretaker manager Barry Frys Son, Adam is reported to have played in a trial match for his Dads former club Barnet.

Fry jnr was booed by a section of the London Road crowd for his selection on the bench. This was in the fall out from Steve Bleasdales resignation.

He has had limited appearences under his Dad, Mark Wright and Bleasdale and a move might just be the right thing to do with the current clouds over POSH.

+about Posh wish Adam all the best in his trail for Barnet.

The Bees won the match at Oxford 2-1.




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Date:Tuesday May 2 2006

Time: 8:04PM

 

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