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Another £30k For Doyle

Another £30k For Doyle

Cork City will receive another £30,000 from Reading now the club have achieved Premiership status.

When Kevin Doyle moved to the Royals last June there was a clause in his contract that meant Reading had to fork out £30,000 more if they reached the Premiership.

Earlier in the month Doyle cost the club £30,000 more when he made his Republic of Ireland debut.

I think it was money well spent don’t you?

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Date:Tuesday March 28 2006
Time: 5:30PM


he`s got to be one of the bargains of the season! cheap at twice the price and not many people can say theyve won two championship medals in the same season!
13/04/2006 00:27:00
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