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CHRIS Schramm could be set to double-up after signing for Premier League King's Lynn.Schramm is still in the frame for Elite League Ipswich after riding for them last season. Ipswich chief John Louis said: "We shall be looking at that. It would financially help someone like Chris, who has to be admired for taking theplunge and riding full-time in the top flight this year."

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CARL Stonehewer wants to race on next season after Workington released him from their team plans. Stonehewer has held talks with other Premier League clubs and is considering his options. He said: "At the moment I am hoping to continue my career in 2009, but I will wait and see what offers come along. It's a shame the way it's ended atWorkington and I aim to prove a point." 

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STOKE have beaten off interest from rival Premier League clubs to sign Lee Complin for a third successive season.Complin, who missed a chunk of this year after a car accident, joins Jason Bunyan in the Loomer Road side. Stoke chief Dave Tattum said: "We're delighted to have Lee back on board, he was always in our plans and he's a real favourite with our supporters."

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LAKESIDE have made Henning Bager and Lubos Tomicek available to other clubs. The Hammers have agreed terms with five of next season's team and expect to make an announcement with their full team next week. Boss Jon Cook said: "We wish Henning and Lubos well for next season as they are not in our plans. We're hoping to announce the full team next Wednesday via the club's official website."  


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