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Sidwell Backs Bosman Horse

Steve Sidwell gave a hint towards his future at Reading WAG`s Charity Event.

18,000 was raised at the Charity Race Night, where Sidwell sponsored a horse that he named 'Bosman`, the name of the rule under which he could leave the Royals for free in the summer.

But Sidwell has ruled out a move to Scotland after recent suggestions that he was a much sought after asset by both Old Firm clubs, Glasgow Celtic and Rangers.

Sidwell revealed: 'I am flattered but I have not expressed any interest in going to Scotland.'




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Date:Wednesday March 7 2007

Time: 8:07AM

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If we qualify for Europe, Sidwell has said he will probably stay. Surely this is a bigger incentive than any other?
Rogue
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12/03/2007 13:20:00

i think your reading into things too much; next you'll be telling me my dream about Sidwell and me flying ap lane means he's going to play on the continent!!
the royalist
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12/03/2007 13:43:00

 

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