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Richards Woking through the door?

Woking striker Justin Richards looks like being Keith Alexanders first signing as Peterborough United manager.

With high earner James Quinn and highly rated Danny Crow potential departures from London Road, another front man is a must.

Lloyd Opara has also joined recently from non-league, although further down the pyramid from Cheshunt.




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Date:Wednesday May 31 2006

Time: 9:36PM

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who
green giant 12
" never mind who???- he is class and deserves a chance"
millers4eva
Could be taking a chance, but it's not as if K.A. has got a lot of money to work with, so it'll be free's and loanees.
FEn_100
 

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