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Posh - The Mclean Conundrum!

The decision made by Aaron Mclean to request a transfer request may have immediate ramifications.

With cash-strapped Watford scheduled to arrive at London Road for a key fixture this Saturday, Mark Cooper has to decide whether to play the striker.

Speaking to the local media, Mark explained his dilemma, remarking,

'If Aaron's heart is not in the club any more then there is no point in playing him, but I will speak to him today to see how he is."

'I don't want to lose any of my better players, but if the club and the player think a move is best for all concerned then so be it."

'I will see what Aaron's frame of mind is before deciding whether or not to select him on Saturday. To be fair his unhappiness with the club has not affected the effort he has been putting in.'


Here at Vital Posh we`re torn! Do we give him a run out because he`s always been a valued contributor to the team or do we tell him to sling his hook!

We`d appreciate your thoughts!


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Date:Wednesday December 16 2009

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