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Monday, April 28, 2008

Snippets: Ex-QPR Jon Munday Released by Harriers...Watford on Shittu Award...QPR's Stewart Appeal

As the season comes to an end, clubs are announcing the names of players being retained or being released

Harriers offer six new deals
HARRIERS are waiting for six players to sign new deals after offering them contracts for the 2008-2009 season in the Blue Sqaure Premier.
Manager Mark Yates has offered Iyseden Chrstie, Matthew Barnes-Homer, Brian Smikle, Simon Russell, Andy Ferrell and keeper Dean Coleman new deals to stay at Aggborough.
The sextet have yet to put pen to paper as Harriers try to rebuild the squad for next season.
Yates is also still in talks with defender Gavin Hurren and keeper Chris MacKenzie about new deals.
Former Queens Park Rangers defender Jon Munday and left-back Johnny Harkness have been released by Harriers.
Northern Irish born Harkness has joined Irish League side Linfield.
Michael Blackwood, who has spent the last four months on loan at Oxford United, has also left the club.
"We wish these players good luck in their future careers," said Yates.
"We'd like to thank them for all their efforts during their time with the club...."
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DAN Shittu has capped his impressive season by making it into the PFA Championship Team of the Season.
The defender has also enjoyed his best season to date in front of goal with a staggering nine goals to his name so far.
With 37 appearances so far this campaign, Shittu has been a man mountain at the back for the Hornets.
He was also recently instilled into the Show Racism the Red Card Hall of Fame for his work with the organisation. Shittu is in the team alongside ex-Hornets Kevin Phillips and Paul Robinson. Watford

QPR have formally lodged an appeal to the Football Association following Damion Stewart's sending off against Norwich City on Saturday.
The Jamaican international was giving his marching orders inside the opening five minutes at Carrow Road, as ten-man Rangers slumped to a disappointing 3-0 defeat.
Speaking after the defeat, R's First Team Coach Luigi De Canio bemoaned the decision to send Stewart off, commenting: "I didn't think Damion deserved to go.
"Referees have to make split-second decisions, and it can be difficult for them, but I feel we were unlucky." QPR

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