Friday, February 04, 2005

Aruna Dindane seeks bigger league to play in

Previously written about as an upcoming player, Aruna Dindane of Belgian club Anderlecht has announced he is leaving the club at the seasons end.

Bids of up to 6 million euros have been rejected by the club who has been contacted by Deportivo la Coruna, Benfica, and also English clubs Portsmouth and West Bromwich Albion.

Unfortunately this is not such a happy situation: Dindane has a year left on his contract. Apparently the player was rather upset that he wasn’t sold, so it looks like plans to force an exit in the summer. Anderlecht stand to lose money from what they were offered, but as many clubs have learned, it’s unproductive to keep an unhappy player on the books. On the other hand, fewer and fewer players are giving their clubs enough respect for Anderlecht took a risk and afforded the player a chance.
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