Will Simmo Take The Silk Route?

Macclesfield are not in the best of shape after King blew the lot on a failed promotion bid. The Silkmen will be cutting their cloth this summer suggesting Nat Brown and Tony Diagne may not be the only recruits coming across the Pennines this summer.  John Paul Kissock, recently in from Luton Town, who swapped teams with Arnaud Mendy, also a target, would certainly shift some season tickets. And what better use of our extra budgetary wedge than Sam?

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Simmo could well move for Sam Wedgebury, who will be 24 at the end of June and therefore not subject to the need for a tribunal. Sam can play in the middle but is particularly useful up and down the right. Carl Tremarco, a left-back is also back from a season-long loan at Floriana (top flight Maltese side) and will be an addition to the wage-bill the Silkmen could do without.

Pablo Mills (centre-back), John Paul Kissock (play-maker), Peter Winn (Left wing) and Wade Fairhurst (centre-forward) would be nice, but they will be on some very decent money. But then landing any of these lads would be a true gauge as to the level of ambition the board has.  If we want to be considered serious play-off candidates, and for that matter selling season tickets, landmark signings will need to arrive.  The Lincoln City fans are rightly sceptical  after the poor recent budgets afforded – given the stature and potential of our great club.

  Starts Sub Goals Shots Assists Fouls Fouled Yellows Reds
John Kissock 37 3 1 58 7 24 71 9 1
Samuel Wedgbury 37 1 0 28 2 37 60 7 0
Matthew Barnes-Homer 34 3 18 79 4 32 18 1 0
Pablo Mills 28 2 3 16 0 26 27 2 1
Waide Fairhurst 28 12 13 66 3 13 31 4 0
Nat Brown 22 0 2 7 1 16 21 2 0
Peter Winn 17 13 0 50 4 13 11 1 0
Kieran Charnock 13 0 0 1 1 17 10 4 0
Tony Diagne 7 9 0 7 0 7 7 2 0
Arthur Gnahoua 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0
Ben Mills 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
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Posted on April 22, 2013, in 0 Who Is? Or rather who are we looking at, Transfer News, Writers - Neil Gentleman-Hobbs and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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