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Carden to stay and fight?

Manager Keith Alexander has insisted that midfielder Paul Carden is not on his way out of London Road.

The midfielder, who along with Peter Gain, provided a decent access in the POSH midfield has struggled to get into the team after a pre-season injury.

He had told the local media last week that he was looking to move out on loan should he not get his place back in the side.




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Date:Tuesday October 17 2006

Time: 9:00AM

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he should have kept his mouth shut , to say something like that shows disrespect for the club and management ... he is trying to engineer a move away no doubt !
dazednconfuzed
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17/10/2006 09:05:00

Good for Card's! I think he's more than good enough for first team football at this level and if Alexander won't give him a break, then he should at least let him get some first team outings somewhere. Shame Wrighty hasn't got the space to bring him back to us.
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17/10/2006 13:48:00

 

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