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Johnson returns following Scunny trial

Johnson returns following Scunny trial

City striker Oli Johnson is back at Carrow Road following a spell training with Scunthorpe United.

According to the BBC, Iron boss Alan Knill was keen to extend the trial by a further week, but was unwilling to pay the 23-year-old's wages in full.

Johnson scored four times in the League One title-winning campaign after joining from Stockport but was limited to just half a dozen substitute appearances last season.

He spent three months on loan at Yeovil where he scored three times in seventeen appearances, and one year left on his contract with the Canaries.

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Writer:Dill
Date:Monday September 12 2011
Time: 7:05PM

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I don't know the level of Johnson's wages. Could Scunthorpe afford to pay him? If I was Johnson I'd be fighting to play for a club to prove myself, even if it meant a pay cut.
Splodge
14/09/2011 15:00:00
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I don't know the level of Johnson's wages. Could Scunthorpe afford to pay him? If I was Johnson I'd be fighting to play for a club to prove myself, even if it meant a pay cut.
Splodge
14/09/2011 15:00:00
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It's not uncommon for parent clubs to pay some of their wages but I've no idea how much he's on
theguru
14/09/2011 16:31:00
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It's not uncommon for parent clubs to pay some of their wages but I've no idea how much he's on
theguru
14/09/2011 16:31:00
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