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Last updated : 26 April 2002 By Palace Dan
Palace chairman Simon Jordan has revealed that he has turned down a bid from Birmingham City for striker Clinton Morrison on the basis that "It was not right for the Club". Birmingham had offered £5 million for the hitman based on increments involving appearances, whereas Jordan was only interested in a straight cash deal. This appears to mean that the Club are prepared to listen to offers for Morrison, and providing that the deal is to Jordan's liking, he will be allowed to leave.
Meanwhile U.S.A. manager Bruce Arena has named his squad of 23 for the world cup in Japan and Korea. Gregg Berhalter has been included, but there is surprisingly no place for Jovan Kirovski, although he has been placed on stand-by in case of injury to any of the squad. Both Berhalter and Kirovski look set to leave the Club after the world cup, with Birmingham favourites to land Kirovski.
Richard Harris, who joined Wycombe Wanderers on loan on transfer deadline day, has now made the move permanent, signing a 1 year deal with the second division Club.