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Cox To Discuss Future At End Of Season

Simon Cox has revealed he will sit down with the club over the summer to discuss his future, given his concern at a lack of first team football.

Speaking to Sky Sports the Republic of Ireland international said.

'Apart from throughout January, when I played four or five games on the bounce, it has been horrible. You have just got to stick with it and now we have reached 40 points, hopefully I can get a bit more game time. We will sit down and discuss it, the club have the option to take up a further year at the end of the season.'

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Date:Tuesday April 17 2012

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