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BEARDSLEY WAS TOLD AT XMAS HE WOULD GET CONTRACT
14th July 2006 0:04


BBC Nottingham online, 13.07.06
The Mansfield Town striker Chris Beardsley has revealed how he was told last Christmas that he'd be offered a new contract. The 22-year-old hasn't played in the first team since last August, when he broke his leg against Notts County. It means he didn't get a chance to play in the first team under the management of Peter Shirtliff. Shirtliff, though, has handed the forward a new one year deal, and Beardsley was grateful to his boss for telling him mid-season that the contract was coming.

BBC Nottingham online, 07.07.06
The Mansfield Town manager Peter Shirtliff says it wouldn't have been fair to allow striker Chris Beardsley to leave Field Mill, following a season wrecked by injury. The 22-year-old has signed a new one-year deal, after missing most of last season with a broken leg. Shirtliff believes it was only right to offer Beardsley another 12 months at the club.

BBC Nottingham online, 06.07.06
The Mansfield Town striker Chris Beardsley admits he has a hugely important twelve months ahead of him. The 22-year-old this week put pen to paper on a new one year contract at Field Mill, after missing most of last season with a broken leg. Beardsley says it's now time for him to fulfil his potential.

 

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