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Foxe wait continues


Filed: Friday, 18th August 2000
By: Matthew O'Greel


The DfEE are still yet to come to a decision over awarding a work permit for Australian Hayden Foxe, following their rejection of the initial application last week.

The Hammers lodged an appeal against the decision earlier this week, but are still waiting to hear from the DfEE.

However, a spokesman for the club told us this morning that they are 'hopeful' of a reversal of the original decision.

As a result Foxe still cannot complete his free transfer to the club, and will miss tomorrows game at Chelsea - which is bad news for Hammers boss Harry Redknapp as he is already facing up to being without both Rio Ferdinand and Stuart Pearce who look unlikely to recover from injury in time for the game.





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