Jewell Dismisses Reading Bullard Link
Thursday, 23rd Feb 2012 17:06
Town boss Paul Jewell says he knows nothing about national newspaper reports earlier this week linking Reading with a loan move for Blues midfielder Jimmy Bullard.
Jewell said: “No, I’ve heard nothing from Reading. It's news to me.”
Meanwhile, released youngster Jamie Griffiths is training with Blue Square Bet Premier side Braintree Town.
The midfielder, whose six-month Blues deal ended in December, previously spent time on trial with Gillingham and Colchester but without being offered terms.
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