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Posh - Is He Looking Tired?

After extending the record number of consecutive appearances to 126 and scoring two goals in the process, George Boyd has every reason to be pleased with life.

But, on the very day that Posh secured their second win of the season and also kept their first clean sheet of the season, Darren Ferguson teased us all with the implication that George Boyd was looking tired when he commented in his after match interview,

"That`s 126 games now and he is looking tired - but how can you leave him out, he`s special? Yet this was a team performance - we could have won by six."

If George is looking tired I`d hate to see what he could do when he`s at 100%!


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Date:Sunday October 25 2009

Time: 12:32PM

 

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