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Bradford Or Leicester For Moore

Darren Moore, who was told by Paul Jewell that he can leave Derby, is set for his Pride Park exit sometime this week.

Bradford have been in for him for sometime now, with his former Bradford team-mate Stuart McCall interested in bringing the 34-year-old back to the club he now manages, and the club Moore left around a decade ago.

McCall has been talking to one of the local papers (Telegraph & Argus) saying that he expects Moore to decide his future after his week away, with Monday or Tuesday maybe the day a decision is made?

The veteran does have options though, as those that shall not be named (you know who I mean! Need more clues? They went down last season!) are also interested in signing him.

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Writer: Rammie Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 22 2008

Time: 7:00PM

Your Comments

Make the right choice Moore, go back to your old club you dont want to go the others!
Rammie
From what I hear from the Derby fans, this won't be a huge disappointment? Looks like Leicester have an empty space in defence now - what with Ipswich signing McAuley.
Just-an-Ipswich-fan
He is probably past his prime now, so maybe a move to "them" might not be a bad thing, agaent Moore :D
Rammie
I would like to see him at another one of his former clubs Doncaster.
dazza71
 

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