Sousa Could Inherit Threadbare Squad

Wayne Brown has moved to Preston North End having left City ‘by mutual consent’ following his ‘political’ clash with team-mates on the eve of the Play-Off semi final against Cardiff. 
And it is now being reported that Nigel Pearson wants to sign Nolberto Solano for his new club Hull.
Although the Peruvian was said to have signed a six-month deal with Leicester in May it appears that the contract was not formally completed and he has been training with the Hull squad.

A large chunk has also been taken out of the squad with the departure of all the players who were here on loan last season: Alex Bruce, Jay Spearing, James Vaughan, Ryan McGivern, and, the man who will be most sorely missed, Martyn Waghorn.
Long-term injured Stephen Clemence and James Wesolowski have now gone and Aleksander Tunchev will not recover from a knee-op until September at the earliest.
Chris Powell has retired from playing to concentrate on his coaching role.

That leaves errr………. bring your boots with you to the Sunderland game.

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  1. LanguedocFox

    I think you are worrying unnecessarily. Apart from Waghorn and Spearing, I am not sure that many of them will be missed. Nine of the starting line-up that faced Cardiff in the second leg – Weale, Berner, Hobbs, King, Dyer, Wellens, Howard, Fryatt and Gallagher – are still with the club, along with Morrison, Oakley and N’Guessan who regular first-team players. What’s important is to discourage anyone else from poaching what we have got.

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