SIMEK INKS DEAL WITH CARLISLE UNITED
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Monday, July 5, 2010
After five seasons at Sheffield Wednesday, defender Frank Simek now has a new home after signing with English League One club Carlisle United.

Simek's contract with the Owls expired in May which allowed the Cumbrians to bring in the Missouri native as a free transfer.

In his years with Wednesday, Simek amassed over 100 appearances and scored a total of two goals.

The former Arsenal youth product agreed to terms with Carlisle last week and has already joined the club in preseason training.

"Frank has signed a full two years contract with the club," confirmed Carlisle United Media Officer Andy Hall to YA. "The deal was completed on July 1st."

Simek and the Blue Army will begin their 2010-2011 campaign on August 7th when they host Brentford.
James
Tuesday July 6, 2010 9:58 am
All the best for the future, Frank. Frankie was a popular player for SWFC. Carlisle and Wednesday will be playing at Hillsborough in the 1st Division in September and I'm sure he'll be applauded by the Wednesday fans. Good luck, Frankie!
i.e. Premier (top) league
Championship (second league)
1st division (third league).
Brent
Tuesday July 6, 2010 2:52 am
yeah, Its the 3rd division. Must have had good money because I thought Sheff Wed. was Championship? Good Luck Frank.
Michael
Tuesday July 6, 2010 1:03 am
You got that straight brotha. Psh League One more like League Three, am I right? Crazy brits with their mixed up ways.
Sentinel
Monday July 5, 2010 1:47 pm
League One, that is the English Third Divsion correct?
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