Date: 1st July 2008 at 5:25pm
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After ending last season on loan with Leeds last Alan Sheehan has signed for them on a permanent basis after his Leicester contract ended.

The 21-year-old joined Leeds on loan last season, and after enjoying this time has signed on a permanently to become the latest player to leave the Walkers Stadium. However as the Irishman is under 24 we will receive a compensation fee, which will be decided by a tribunal if an agreement can’t be reached between the two clubs.

Good luck to him, apart from when we face him with Leeds course!

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7 Replies to “Sheehan completes permanent move to Leeds”

  • There wasn’t really a lot that we could do to keep him. Good luck to him, hopefully him going wont come back to bite us in the butt!

  • I am sure given a good run in the side he will be a good player. Great from the dead ball situations too.

  • Wicked free kick specialist, sad to see him go but thats the way it goes. Like I’ve said good luck to him, but of course not against us!

  • Yes he can be good for you in every game (except them against us)only joking good luck for next season,i wonder if he will move now its just he lives in my village with weslowski

  • Looks to me like Leeds have themselves a real good player in Sheehan. How many more will be leaving Leicester?

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