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Tangerines rebuff offers

Dundee United continue to fend-off offers for their leading players.

The Tangerines have rejected another bid from Hull City for highly-rated full-back Andrew Robertson.

That follows an earlier unsuccessful approach from a still unnamed club for flying winger Gary Mackay-Steven.

Neither bid apparently came close to matching United's own valuation of a couple of their leading lights.

Meanwhile, Czech trialist Jiri Lenko has been released without a deal being agreed.

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Date:Thursday July 17 2014

Time: 10:04PM

 

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