Date: 28th January 2015 at 2:44pm
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Crewe Alexandra boss Steve Davis said his club really couldn’t stand in the way of goalkeeper Joe Anyon.

“When someone hasn’t been paid for the past six months you have to respect his decision” – Steve Davis

The former Port Vale and Shrewsbury Town shot-stopper had agreed a non-contract with the Railwaymen in a bid to earn himself a permanent deal.

However, League One rivals Scunthorpe United then stepped in to offer him a longer contract as he continues to regain fitness following surgery in the summer.

“We couldn’t stand in the way of Joe once Scunthorpe came in for him,” Davis told Crewe’s official website. “They offered him a longer deal and when someone hasn’t been paid for the past six months you have to respect his decision.”

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