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Posh - The Low Down on James Chester!

The arrival of James Chester, from Manchester United, on loan is indicative of the direction we`re heading in.

Darren Ferguson had no hesitation in turning to his father and
for, what I believe is the first time,loaned a player from Old Trafford.

So what do we know about James?

Well, Sir Alex Ferguson has been quick to praise the lad remarking,

"James came on at a difficult time against Derby and he had to do some serious defending as we had started to struggle a bit."

'But it's important we find out about our young players and he did very well. He showed an excellent temperament for the big occasion."

'It's always a big test for a young boy to play in front of 75,000, but he came through it. He's a very capable player who has developed into a good, strong athlete.'


Praise indeed for the lad.

Away from the glamour of the first team though, Chester has started to develop a reputation with his fearsome displays and is the captain of the reserve side.

Talking about his style, he`s remarked,

"I like to put a tackle in that's for sure. I always give 100 per cent and Peterborough should be a good move for me right now."

Well let`s hope it is young man, we look forward to seeing what you can do!

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Date:Wednesday February 4 2009

Time: 5:44PM

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