Date: 12th September 2007 at 3:37pm
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Addicks chief executive Peter Varney has confirmed that Amdy Faye and Marcus Bent have most probably played their last matches for the club.

Faye left for Rangers, and Bent for Wigan, both on season long loan deals, and both on transfer deadline day, but fees have been agreed that will see them leave for good if they are successful in their loans, Varney told icSouthlondon: “They moved on season-long loans because they were deals that suited both parties. The clubs can take over their wages, and also get a chance to have a good look at them.

“Both clubs have first option for a permanent transfer in the summer, and we have already agreed a set fee for the players.”

I think it is fair to say that neither player will be missed that much this season, and in all truth neither player has really done that much during their time with the Addicks so as much as they are wished well we don’t really have too much to thank them for do we?

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5 Replies to “Loan Pair Facing Valley Exit”

  • Faye looked a good player when he first signed for Pompey, but since he went to Newcastle he has basically looked anything but, and as for Marcus Bent I am amazed that he keeps somehow finding his way back to the Premiership!

  • faye was okay..bent is a moaning waster, and he brings us all down man…goodbye bent….all he did was get bent all the time

  • Yes, maybe Faye wasn’t as bad as I made out, but I’ve rarely had anytime for Bent, as I’ve said I don’t know how he keeps ending up back in the Premiership.

  • Bent did look a lot better at the start of the champ season. More effort and he scored lol, still never a fans fav i know.

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