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Former target joins Charlton

The Royals agreed a fee and Wright Phillips was set to sign earlier this month but an ongoing knee injury saw him fail a medical. However he didn't have to wait long for someone to take a chance on him.


It was rumoured that he could not train for 3 days after a game but following a second opinion from another specialist he has been cleared to move to League One side Charlton.


That will come as a relief to his club Plymouth who are desperate for cash to pay off an outstanding tax bill.




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Writer: Steve Guscott  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 25 2011

Time: 2:52PM

 

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