FOOTBALL: THIS WEEK'S TRANSFERS
Sunday 01 November 1998
Nathan Blake (forward) Bolton Wanderers to Blackburn Rovers (pounds 4.25m); Lee Bradbury (forward) Manchester City to Crystal Palace (pounds 1.5m); Valerian Ismael (defender) Crystal Palace to Lens (pounds 1.3m); Gareth Ainsworth (winger) Port Vale to Wimbledon (pounds 1m); Oumar Konde (midfielder) Basle (Swit) to Blackburn Rovers (pounds 500,000); Ged Brannan (midfielder) Manchester City to Motherwell (pounds 378,000); Tore Pedersen (defender) Blackburn Rovers to Eintracht Frankfurt (Ger, pounds 225,000); Steve Butler (forward) Gillingham to Peterborough; Matt Beall (defender) Cambridge Utd to Leyton Orient; Drewe Broughton (forward) Norwich to Brentford; John Sheridan (midfielder) Doncaster Rovers to Oldham Athletic (non-contract); Andy Turner (midfielder) Portsmouth to Crystal Palace; Carl Heggs (forward) and Ray Warburton (defender) Northampton Town to Rushden & Diamonds; Tony Agana (forward) Cliftonville (N Irl) to Leek; Mark Ward (midfielder) Valur Reykjavik (Ice) to Altrincham; Scott Cooksey (goalkeeper) Hednesford Town to Shrewsbury Town; Phil Morgan (goalkeeper) Macclesfield to Hednesford Town; Jimmy Aggrey (defender) Fulham to Torquay.
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