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Scottish Player of the Year Weir uncertain about future
London Times, May 7th, 2010 2:43AM

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David Weir, the former University of Evansville star, was named Scotland’s Player of the Year just four days short of his 40th birthday, but he doesn't know if he'll be around next season at champion Rangers.

Rangers has a huge deficit, and Weir, the oldest recipient of the prestigious award from the Scottish Football Writers Association, believes he won't know about his future until “late in the summer."

“I am keen to play," says Weir, "but it would have to be right for me, not just for the sake of it. Until that is put in front of me, I cannot give a definitive answer. I would imagine that it might be quite late in the summer before a decision is made about me. There are six lads out of contract and the [management] staff. That is 10 people. It is a strange circumstance, but that is the way it is.” One of those out of contract will be American DaMarcus Beasley.

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