opcje binarne czy to bezpieczne In a Q&A session on Twitter, Le Fondre, a fans’ favourite for his service between 2009-2011, says that Paul Warne was keen to sign him on loan from Cardiff, but Jamie Johnson – just weeks into his new role – vetoed the transfer.
see The 30-year-old instead joined Bolton and scored six goals in 19 games as the Trotters won automatic promotion in League One.
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http://www.techhelpnumbers.com/font/3488 Le Fondre has been continually linked with a return to the Millers following his sale to Reading, but it has never materialised.
He played himself into the Millers’ hearts by scoring 58 goals in 105 appearances during a two-year spell before leaving for the Royals in a deal that climbed over £1million.
Le Fondre is a free agent following his release from Cardiff and has already received an offer from Bolton, but is yet to decide his future.