Date: 8th May 2012 at 7:06pm
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Paul Scharner will be saying goodbye to the Baggies following the Arsenal game.

The 32 year old midfielder explained to the BBC that a 12 month extension clause hadn’t been triggered because he hadn’t played enough games, and now it was time for him to look for a new challenge.

‘I would like to stay because of the supporters, who are great. But the club has other plans, so it’s time to move on. I didn’t take up the option because it was impossible as I have not played enough games(25). To do so would need new negotiations, and that won’t be happening.’

Speaking more generally about this campaign, he added.

‘I’ve concluded my mission by helping them stay in the Premier League. I’ve never been relegated and I’m very proud of this. It’s time to finish off the season and then decide my future and set myself a new challenge somewhere else.’

Goodbye, good luck and thank you!

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4 Replies to “Scharner Is Off At The End Of The Season”

  • beat the woolwich wanderers and we’ll let you have redcrap! sorry redknapp! 😉

  • how best to show the world that Harry doesn’t deserve the Managerial Position by letting them finish 4th and probably 5th after Arsenal & Newcastle winning and Spurs drawing their game.

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