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Sno And Agyemang Begin Clearout

City's loan pair Evander Sno and Patrick Agyemang have returned to Ajax and QPR respectively as the summer clearout under Steve Coppell begins.

With Coppell due back from his holiday in the United States tomorrow, City are set to announce those leaving the Gate in the next 48-hours.

City caretaker Keith Millen, who will revert back to being an assistant next week, told the Bristol Evening Post: "There are loan players who will be leaving us, while a few of the other lads are out of contract.

"I've spoken to Steve on the phone and we've discussed the retained list. He (Coppell) is due back in the country on Thursday and we'll put out the list by the end of the week."


Sno wowed City fans in a pre-season friendly for Ajax last summer but was constantly played out of position by former manager Gary Johnson and ultimately found the pace of the Championship too fast for him, whilst Agyemang has to go down as one of the very worst strikers to have ever played for us!

With Lee Trundle begging Swansea for a wage after his deal ran out, out-of-contract duo Brian Wilson and Steve Collis are set to join young pro's Tristan Plummer, Frankie Artus and Ashley Kington in being released.

Collis is training with Torquay whilst Artus has been linking up with Yeovil.




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Writer: Tin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday May 5 2010

Time: 1:00PM

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