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Tribunal Blow

Tribunal Blow

The long awaited, and anticipated, tribunal decision for two former Hereford players has been received.

However, the outcome of this hasn't been as was hoped...

It was expected that the FA tribunal hearings would be favourable to the Bulls but as it turns out the fees received for both Sam Clucas and Ryan Bowman will be £20,000 each from Mansfield and York respectively.

Quite clearly David Keyte was left disappointed by the outcome but also knows this has to be accepted and you move on.

The Bulls chairman told the official website: 'We are rather disappointed. The decisions are both confusing and inconsistent. But we have to accept them and move forwards.'

We've now got to hope that both players continue to shine with their new clubs and are eventually sold on to bigger and better things then!

Should this happen then Hereford will benefit to the tune of 15% of any transfer fee they received as a sell on clause was also inserted into the transfer of each player...



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Tuesday September 24 2013
Time: 1:15PM

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