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Taylors Contract Stall Opens Door to Bolton


Wigan Athletic utility man Ryan Taylor is stalling on agreeing a new deal with the Latics and this as alerted Gary Megson over the border at Bolton and according to the Daily Mirror Megson is hoping to snatch Taylor for 500,000

Taylor is one of four Latics players whos contracts expire at the end of the season and as of yet none of the four, Ryan Taylor, Emile Heskey, Kevin Kilbane and Mike Pollitt have either agreed or been offered new deals

If we allow Taylor to slip out of the club for such a paltry sum as Million then something is wrong with our contract negotiators, as allegedly Taylor isn`t happy with the terms being offered and according to reports both Bolton and Hull are willing to give the likeable scouser what he wants

Here at Vital we say get him signed on a four year deal and give him a pay rise his goals against Newcastle are enough to have earned him this.

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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday December 29 2008

Time: 10:38AM

Your Comments

Keep him at the club
worbo
Taylor turn to the dark side? Better not. We'd be foolish to sell him unless we're lined up to buy another player who can cover 3 positions and produce the same free kicks for 500,000 (and score against Newcastle at will, this alone is worth that much to me! now if he could add B*lt*n to his repertoire.....)
yams
we won't sell him, he will go for nowt at the end of the season. Its like the Boyce situation in that we aren't prepared to increase our offer for a player who has more than proved his worth. We risk losing good players and then struggling to bring quality in. You would have thought we had learn our lesson over this in the past, Jason Roberts being the first one that springs to mind. A Premier League club run like a Northern Premeir league club at times
baskerville
I agree.. We need to keep our young talented players at the club.. If he gets a good run of games and stays fit, he will improve even more.. We won't find such a young and versatile player anywhere else thats for sure.. Give him 3 years, and if his situation is the same, let him go..
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