FOOTBALL: ON THE MOVE
Sunday 19 December 1999
Free transfers or undisclosed fees unless stated
Jason Wilcox (winger) Blackburn Rovers to Leeds Utd (pounds 3m); Branko Strupar (forward) Genk (Bel) to Derby County (pounds 3m); Kevin Kilbane (winger) West Bromwich Albion to Sunderland (pounds 2.5m); Carlton Palmer (midfielder) Nottingham Forest to Coventry City (pounds 500,000); Antti Niemi (gk) Rangers to Hearts (pounds 400,000); Erik Nevland (forward) Manchester Utd to Viking Stavanger (pounds 250,000); Carl Griffiths (forward) Port Vale to Leyton Orient (pounds 80,000); Julian Charles (forward) Hampton and Richmond to Brentford (pounds 25,000); Gareth Williams (midfielder) Hull City to Scarborough (pounds 10,000); Steve Chettle (defender) Nottingham Forest to Barnsley; Gareth Farrelly (midfielder) Everton to Bolton Wanderers; Aidan Newhouse (forward) Brighton to Sutton Utd; Joe Dunne (defender) Dover Athletic to Colchester Utd.
Paul Ritchie (defender) Hearts to Bolton Wanderers; Darren Holloway (defender) Sunderland to Bolton Wanderers; David Beresford (midfielder) Huddersfield Town to Preston North End; Paul Dalton (winger) Huddersfield Town to Carlisle Utd; Michael Brown (forward) Manchester City to Sheffield Utd; Paul Hall (forward) Coventry City to Sheffield Utd; Jon Cullen (forward) Sheffield Utd to Halifax Town; Paul Ware (midfielder) Macclesfield Town to Nuneaton Borough; Lee Potter (forward) Bolton Wanderers to Halifax Town; Thomas Black (midfielder) Arsenal to Bristol City; Lorenzo Pinamonte (forward) Bristol City to Brighton; Darren Ward (defender) Watford to Queen's Park Rangers; Kevin Harper (forward) Derby Conty to Walsall; Junior Agogo (forward) Sheffield Wednesday to Lincoln City; David Morrison (midfielder) Leyton Orient to Stevenage Borough; Dean Clark (midfielder) Brentford to Uxbridge; Chris Smith (defender) Reading to Hayes; Phil Hadland (winger) Reading to Aldershot Town.
Vidar Evensen (defender) Kongsvinger (Nor) to Huddersfield Town; Ulrik Laursen (defender) Odense (Den) to Huddersfield Town; Ian Feuer (goalkeeper) Colorado Rapids (US) to Cardiff City; Stephen Rose (defender) Manchester Utd to Bournemouth; Marc Bridge-Wilkinson (midfielder) Derby County to Grimsby Town; Paul Shields (forward) Raith Rovers to Dundee Utd.
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