Football: On The Move
Sunday 25 October 1998
Free transfer or undisclosed fee unless stated
Rino Gattuso (midfielder) Rangers to Salernitana (It) (pounds 3m); Bruce Dyer (forward) Crystal Palace to Barnsley (pounds 700,000); Lubomir Moravcik (midfielder) MSV Duisburg (Ger) to Celtic (pounds 300,000); Michele Padovano (forward) Crystal Palace to Metz (Fr); Ian Duerden (forward) Halifax Town to Doncaster Rovers.
Nick Crittenden (midfielder) Chelsea to Plymouth Argyle; Jonathan Hunt (midfielder) Derby County to Ipswich Town; James Lambert (winger) Reading to Walsall; Emeka Ifejiagwa (defender) Charlton Athletic to Brighton (one month); Tony Dorigo (defender) Torino to Derby County; Doug Hodgson (defender) Oldham to Northampton; Carl Heggs (forward) Northampton to Rushden.
John McGinlay (forward) Bradford City to Oldham Athletic; Terry Sweeney (midfielder) Luton Town to Plymouth Argyle; Nuno Santos (goalkeeper) Sporting Lisbon (Por) to Leeds United.
Burton Albion (Dr Martens League Premier Division): In: Nigel Clough (player-manager).
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