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Could Cook And Rowlands Return?

The Football League has released the retained list for all 72 league clubs to the public on their website.

Leyton Orient's list revealed that Lee Cook and Martin Rowlands have both been kept on monthly contracts as of the 18th May, which could indicate the possibility of them returning to the club if budget constraints allow.

Romain Vincelot who last week signed a new three year deal, is also registered at the time as being on a monthly contract.

There is no sign of striker David Mooney on the list, but he is still in negotiations with the club over a new contract with pre-season starting next week.

With the list now a month old, contract situations could have change in the intervening period for the likes of Cook, Rowlands and Mooney, but with pre-season arriving shortly these players will want their futures decided in E10 sooner rather than later.

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Date:Tuesday June 18 2013

Time: 1:42PM

 

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