Is Margy as exasperated as the rest of us? Sounds like he might be.
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Margy warning for Rebels
FC UNITED manager Karl Marginson has warned his players that “the grass isn’t always greener” at other clubs after midfielder Josh Howard followed star striker Rory Patterson out of the club at the weekend.
Other key players could still follow with midfielder Nicky Platt mulling over an offer from Stalybridge and Chris Baguley being linked with Southport.
The mood was lightened by the fans’ player of the year Jerome Wright, who has committed himself to the club for next season, while skipper and defensive stalwart Dave Chadwick is expected to sign once he returns from a holiday in Australia.
The losses of Patterson and Howard, plus the release of striker Stuart Rudd – expected to link up with Patterson again at big-spending Bradford Park Avenue – have forced Marginson to extend his summer shopping list.
“We have become victims of our own success because everyone is looking at our players,” says Marginson.
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