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Dunfermline Receive £50,000 From Hunt Deal?

Dunfermline Receive £50,000 From Hunt Deal?

Dunfermline Athletic are set to benefit from a clause in Noel Hunt´s contract.

The canny 1st Division side will receive a share of the Noel Hunt´s transfer from Dundee United to English Championship side Reading.

The 25-year-old moved down south to join his brother Steven, in a deal worth an estimated £600,000.

Dunfermline are expected to get around £50,000 because of a clause allowing them to capitalise if Hunt moved on to a bigger club after United.

The Irish born striker switched East End Park for Tannadice in June 2006, for around £50,000.

Last season he was Dundee United´s top goal scorer with 18 goals.

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Writer:Tactful Sheik
Date:Friday July 25 2008
Time: 4:54PM

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sO WHERE DOES THIS LEAVE UNITED, HAS HE BEEN REPLACED BY LIKE FOR LIKE OR HAS YOUR QUALITY SUFFERED?
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