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Trundle Spies For Swansea

Bristol City outcast Lee Trundle has risked the wrath of the City fans by publicly plotting the club's downfall in tomorrow's game at Swansea.

Fat-boy Trundle, 32, re-joined the Swans last month and was backed to the hilt by the Robins supporters during his two-year spell in the West Country.

But Trundle has showed a disctinct lack of respect to the club and its fans when speaking to the Swansea Evening Post, depsite the fact City are still paying a large percentage of his five-figure weekly wage.

"It's like a derby, being a game against a team just over the water. It's a huge game for us (Swansea).

"There are a few players to watch out for, like Nicky Maynard, who's on fire at the moment. He's very dangerous in and around the box.

"Then you've got Paul Hartley in midfield who's capable of picking key passes out."


Trundle is barred from taking the field in tomorrow night's game under the terms of his loan agreement and is due to return to England on January 1st.




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Writer: Tin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 14 2009

Time: 1:10PM

 

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