Andrews: Let's keep Liam

The Argus: Keith Andrews watches Liam Bridcutt win possession at Charlton on Boxing Day Keith Andrews watches Liam Bridcutt win possession at Charlton on Boxing Day

Keith Andrews has called on Albion to keep hold of Liam Bridcutt for the rest of the season.

But he admits the situation could be out of their hands.

Bridcutt makes his 150th appearance for the Seagulls at Blackpool tomorrow, with his old boss Gus Poyet at Sunderland and other Premier League strugglers poised to pounce once the January transfer window opens.

Fellow midfielder Andrews told The Argus: “It’s one of those things that is not really in our hands. I know it was kind of spoken about in August that he may or may not have left. Liam is obviously a fantastic player coming into the prime of his career.

“He is still only relatively a young lad but he has got bags of experience and if he does go it would be a massive blow and a big loss to the lads, because he is a popular player.

“Hopefully we can keep hold of him, hopefully we can keep hold of everybody because if we do I’d be very confident that we will be pushing.”

Andrews played in the Premier League for Wolves, Blackburn and West Brom. The 33-year-old Irishman partnered Bridcutt for the first time in the 3-2 defeat at Charlton on Boxing Day.

“He is good enough to play in the Premier League without a shadow of a doubt,” Andrews said. “He’s got the tenacity, the knowledge of playing in a certain way. He picks up very good positions and uses the ball very well.

“I enjoyed playing with him. It was the first time, apart from in training. We’ve got a very competitive midfield, there’s no doubt about that, but we want to keep him, we want to keep Leo (Ulloa), Ashley Barnes in the last six months of his contract.

“These are players we want to keep hold of at least until the end of the season if the club are serious about mounting a promotion challenge

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6:01am Sat 28 Dec 13

Whitelion says...

Yawn....
Yawn.... Whitelion

6:28am Sat 28 Dec 13

saraman says...

Too much worrying info in this article for my liking. It's incredible that a fellow player should put in the public domain such sensitive thoughts. Is this the truth or a smoke screen?

With Ince coming on in leaps and bounds I would not be overly worried over Bridcutt going at a realistic price, say £4-5m. But the thought of Ulloa going fills me with horror. As far as Barnes is concerned, I really cannot make my mind up.

For Ulloa to come back after months of lay-off and score two goals was remarkable, so if he does go then I feel that any chance of a play-off spot will vanish.

Today, a statement from The Albion board is a must for us devotees.
Too much worrying info in this article for my liking. It's incredible that a fellow player should put in the public domain such sensitive thoughts. Is this the truth or a smoke screen? With Ince coming on in leaps and bounds I would not be overly worried over Bridcutt going at a realistic price, say £4-5m. But the thought of Ulloa going fills me with horror. As far as Barnes is concerned, I really cannot make my mind up. For Ulloa to come back after months of lay-off and score two goals was remarkable, so if he does go then I feel that any chance of a play-off spot will vanish. Today, a statement from The Albion board is a must for us devotees. saraman

6:56am Sat 28 Dec 13

bbb1969 says...

And Andrews will not be required if he stays, maybe he could do a job at the back? From a cover perspective that is (tongue in cheek comment). I like others am not concerned if Bridders goes but Ulloa we must keep.
And Andrews will not be required if he stays, maybe he could do a job at the back? From a cover perspective that is (tongue in cheek comment). I like others am not concerned if Bridders goes but Ulloa we must keep. bbb1969

7:57am Sat 28 Dec 13

namgo49 says...

If Ulloa goes then it is season over! Anyone else and we would still be ok.
If Ulloa goes then it is season over! Anyone else and we would still be ok. namgo49

8:14am Sat 28 Dec 13

chipsandgravy says...

Reports from elsewhere that Gus is not going to be given any money to spend in January so we may not need to worry...
Reports from elsewhere that Gus is not going to be given any money to spend in January so we may not need to worry... chipsandgravy

8:27am Sat 28 Dec 13

Albion In Staffs says...

chipsandgravy wrote:
Reports from elsewhere that Gus is not going to be given any money to spend in January so we may not need to worry...
Thinking that this is al about Gus and Sunderland is, in my opinion, a mistake. There are a number of clubs who might be tempted and up this way, WBA and Villa have been mentioned, but it's all wonderful, media-fuelled speculation...
I believe this piece is nothing more than the writer asking Andrews a reasonable question a few days before the window opens, which he's answered honestly and appropriately. Clearly part of a chat that also produced yesterday's piece too - and it makes another headline.
I really don't think there's any deeper, manipulative reason involving the club and I bet all clubs outside the Prem with 'star' players are subject to this at the moment.
One day at a time. It's all about Blackpool.
[quote][p][bold]chipsandgravy[/bold] wrote: Reports from elsewhere that Gus is not going to be given any money to spend in January so we may not need to worry...[/p][/quote]Thinking that this is al about Gus and Sunderland is, in my opinion, a mistake. There are a number of clubs who might be tempted and up this way, WBA and Villa have been mentioned, but it's all wonderful, media-fuelled speculation... I believe this piece is nothing more than the writer asking Andrews a reasonable question a few days before the window opens, which he's answered honestly and appropriately. Clearly part of a chat that also produced yesterday's piece too - and it makes another headline. I really don't think there's any deeper, manipulative reason involving the club and I bet all clubs outside the Prem with 'star' players are subject to this at the moment. One day at a time. It's all about Blackpool. Albion In Staffs

8:56am Sat 28 Dec 13

mikeygit says...

Yes I do not think it is JUST about Sunderlands--as Chips said--Sunderland are not going to have any spare cash in January unless they sell some players. However if I were Bridcutt I would set my sights higher than Sunderland, the position they are in. If a bid comes in for ANY of our players then it has to be a t the right price not a give away price. We will have to see how it pans out. However I would not imagine that Bloom and Co are going to let any of our good players go unless we get a very high price. Why sell the family silver??? If we are to set our sights on the Premiership, that is not building for the future. We are bound to get speculation from many and rumours of ´done deals´!!
Yes I do not think it is JUST about Sunderlands--as Chips said--Sunderland are not going to have any spare cash in January unless they sell some players. However if I were Bridcutt I would set my sights higher than Sunderland, the position they are in. If a bid comes in for ANY of our players then it has to be a t the right price not a give away price. We will have to see how it pans out. However I would not imagine that Bloom and Co are going to let any of our good players go unless we get a very high price. Why sell the family silver??? If we are to set our sights on the Premiership, that is not building for the future. We are bound to get speculation from many and rumours of ´done deals´!! mikeygit

9:03am Sat 28 Dec 13

Albion In Staffs says...

mikeygit wrote:
Yes I do not think it is JUST about Sunderlands--as Chips said--Sunderland are not going to have any spare cash in January unless they sell some players. However if I were Bridcutt I would set my sights higher than Sunderland, the position they are in. If a bid comes in for ANY of our players then it has to be a t the right price not a give away price. We will have to see how it pans out. However I would not imagine that Bloom and Co are going to let any of our good players go unless we get a very high price. Why sell the family silver??? If we are to set our sights on the Premiership, that is not building for the future. We are bound to get speculation from many and rumours of ´done deals´!!
Agree. In our position, one star out should allow a chance to bring a couple of solid ones in to make us stronger overall.
Would love us not to have to sell (and we may not) but we have to be realistic, so a pre-emptive strike against anyone who will be saying that selling shows
'no ambition' ..... Get real!! (with apologies to those who won't)
[quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Yes I do not think it is JUST about Sunderlands--as Chips said--Sunderland are not going to have any spare cash in January unless they sell some players. However if I were Bridcutt I would set my sights higher than Sunderland, the position they are in. If a bid comes in for ANY of our players then it has to be a t the right price not a give away price. We will have to see how it pans out. However I would not imagine that Bloom and Co are going to let any of our good players go unless we get a very high price. Why sell the family silver??? If we are to set our sights on the Premiership, that is not building for the future. We are bound to get speculation from many and rumours of ´done deals´!![/p][/quote]Agree. In our position, one star out should allow a chance to bring a couple of solid ones in to make us stronger overall. Would love us not to have to sell (and we may not) but we have to be realistic, so a pre-emptive strike against anyone who will be saying that selling shows 'no ambition' ..... Get real!! (with apologies to those who won't) Albion In Staffs

9:32am Sat 28 Dec 13

mikeygit says...

Why give Albion in Staffs a thumbs down. What he said is true. We cannot---whatever we wish---hold on to our players for ever. Albion is a business and if we were to get a ridiculous offer for one of our players are peeps saying turn it down?? get real---no I do not want Bridders or Ulloa to go, but it is odds on that one day they will. I trust Bloom and co to do the best for the club and---a big if--one or other goes it will be for good business and club reasons. In other words enough money to get a better replacement. Remember too, it is much to do what the player wants as well. However much you want a player to stay if he sees his future elsewhere you cannot hold on him for ever. As I said before, much speculation, rumour and opinion. We shall have to wait and see.
Why give Albion in Staffs a thumbs down. What he said is true. We cannot---whatever we wish---hold on to our players for ever. Albion is a business and if we were to get a ridiculous offer for one of our players are peeps saying turn it down?? get real---no I do not want Bridders or Ulloa to go, but it is odds on that one day they will. I trust Bloom and co to do the best for the club and---a big if--one or other goes it will be for good business and club reasons. In other words enough money to get a better replacement. Remember too, it is much to do what the player wants as well. However much you want a player to stay if he sees his future elsewhere you cannot hold on him for ever. As I said before, much speculation, rumour and opinion. We shall have to wait and see. mikeygit

10:07am Sat 28 Dec 13

nkwbtn says...

I think Andrews should be more concerned with concentrating on his own performances than worrying about the fate of others in the transfer window. A really poor loan signing so far IMHO.
I think Andrews should be more concerned with concentrating on his own performances than worrying about the fate of others in the transfer window. A really poor loan signing so far IMHO. nkwbtn

10:08am Sat 28 Dec 13

hey mongo says...

If he does leave then surely more clubs in for him the better if it pushes the price up...if he goes villa maybe try to get money and allbrighton in return....
If he does leave then surely more clubs in for him the better if it pushes the price up...if he goes villa maybe try to get money and allbrighton in return.... hey mongo

10:09am Sat 28 Dec 13

Clean Sheet says...

We see this speculation every window, our best players are going. Occasionally the speculation is right, like when EB went to Norwich, but more often it is wrong. We all know now that TB is no fool, and he will make decisions in the best interest of the club.
We see this speculation every window, our best players are going. Occasionally the speculation is right, like when EB went to Norwich, but more often it is wrong. We all know now that TB is no fool, and he will make decisions in the best interest of the club. Clean Sheet

10:45am Sat 28 Dec 13

wiseman of hove says...

Good posts from Albion in Staffs. As I've posted before, I'm pretty relaxed regarding Bridcutt leaving but has to be 4million.
I think he will privately hope that a club like Fulham will be in for him. Ulloa has to stay. I just hope we can stay in touch with the pack until Orlandi is completely fit - key to our hopes.
Good posts from Albion in Staffs. As I've posted before, I'm pretty relaxed regarding Bridcutt leaving but has to be 4million. I think he will privately hope that a club like Fulham will be in for him. Ulloa has to stay. I just hope we can stay in touch with the pack until Orlandi is completely fit - key to our hopes. wiseman of hove

10:52am Sat 28 Dec 13

SeagullOverSelsey says...

nkwbtn wrote:
I think Andrews should be more concerned with concentrating on his own performances than worrying about the fate of others in the transfer window. A really poor loan signing so far IMHO.
Totally agree with you!
[quote][p][bold]nkwbtn[/bold] wrote: I think Andrews should be more concerned with concentrating on his own performances than worrying about the fate of others in the transfer window. A really poor loan signing so far IMHO.[/p][/quote]Totally agree with you! SeagullOverSelsey

11:28am Sat 28 Dec 13

mikeygit says...

Seagull/selsey---he probably is but was only responding to an interview and as such made a story for the Argus. I see with all this talk of who may or may not leave that there is no comment about CMS?? Does anyone have any news on his recovery progress?? Remember also that we are being run on a tight budget so the chance to make some money from our players IF the ´price is right´cannot be ignored --however I hope we keep our players and try and build a really good squad, as IMHO I feel at present they are not gelling quite right. Buckley, in particular does not seem to be up to the mark as the same with Lopez. We have the players to make it they just have to play well together and build the confidence.
Seagull/selsey---he probably is but was only responding to an interview and as such made a story for the Argus. I see with all this talk of who may or may not leave that there is no comment about CMS?? Does anyone have any news on his recovery progress?? Remember also that we are being run on a tight budget so the chance to make some money from our players IF the ´price is right´cannot be ignored --however I hope we keep our players and try and build a really good squad, as IMHO I feel at present they are not gelling quite right. Buckley, in particular does not seem to be up to the mark as the same with Lopez. We have the players to make it they just have to play well together and build the confidence. mikeygit

12:13pm Sat 28 Dec 13

mark by the sea says...

mikeygit wrote:
Seagull/selsey---he probably is but was only responding to an interview and as such made a story for the Argus. I see with all this talk of who may or may not leave that there is no comment about CMS?? Does anyone have any news on his recovery progress?? Remember also that we are being run on a tight budget so the chance to make some money from our players IF the ´price is right´cannot be ignored --however I hope we keep our players and try and build a really good squad, as IMHO I feel at present they are not gelling quite right. Buckley, in particular does not seem to be up to the mark as the same with Lopez. We have the players to make it they just have to play well together and build the confidence.
His "recovery" is a million miles away, he won't start training till end of jan, his injury and recovery will need a slow slow increase in stretching and rebuilding the muscles and tendons.. I very much doubt if he will start a game this season, he may get 15 mins then build to half hour, in the case of CMS his game is all about running and chasing, it's far better to take recovery slow than ruin his future .
Hoskins will be lucky if he ever plays again.
[quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Seagull/selsey---he probably is but was only responding to an interview and as such made a story for the Argus. I see with all this talk of who may or may not leave that there is no comment about CMS?? Does anyone have any news on his recovery progress?? Remember also that we are being run on a tight budget so the chance to make some money from our players IF the ´price is right´cannot be ignored --however I hope we keep our players and try and build a really good squad, as IMHO I feel at present they are not gelling quite right. Buckley, in particular does not seem to be up to the mark as the same with Lopez. We have the players to make it they just have to play well together and build the confidence.[/p][/quote]His "recovery" is a million miles away, he won't start training till end of jan, his injury and recovery will need a slow slow increase in stretching and rebuilding the muscles and tendons.. I very much doubt if he will start a game this season, he may get 15 mins then build to half hour, in the case of CMS his game is all about running and chasing, it's far better to take recovery slow than ruin his future . Hoskins will be lucky if he ever plays again. mark by the sea

12:47pm Sat 28 Dec 13

VegasSeagull says...

I hate this window as it gives clubs with money, and status, the chance to raid our division for the cream of the crop. People always say that ours is the hardest division to get promoted from, well yeah if the cream of the crop is lured away it always will be.
If this were the summer window and two big offers came in for Bridders and Leo, as much as we wouldn't want to sell them, at least we would have time to find replacements and blend them in, this window comes in the midst of matches and makes those tasks so much more difficult.

We all know who the transfer targets will be so I would hope that, Mr. Bloom and Oscar, have had a sit down with the players and told them, stay till seasons end and if acceptable offers come in we will let you go. The playoffs are not out of our reach, we can still be in the top six and who knows what will happen then.

I think Bridcutt will go but I don't think Ulloa will, but that could change come summer. We reportedly turned down a 5 million offer for Leo, his price tag should persuade the prem clubs that they need to see how the rest of this season goes before paying what will be a big price. My guess is that we will sell Bridcutt and buy, or borrow, a striker as I don't see CMS having much say in how our season progresses.


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I hate this window as it gives clubs with money, and status, the chance to raid our division for the cream of the crop. People always say that ours is the hardest division to get promoted from, well yeah if the cream of the crop is lured away it always will be. If this were the summer window and two big offers came in for Bridders and Leo, as much as we wouldn't want to sell them, at least we would have time to find replacements and blend them in, this window comes in the midst of matches and makes those tasks so much more difficult. We all know who the transfer targets will be so I would hope that, Mr. Bloom and Oscar, have had a sit down with the players and told them, stay till seasons end and if acceptable offers come in we will let you go. The playoffs are not out of our reach, we can still be in the top six and who knows what will happen then. I think Bridcutt will go but I don't think Ulloa will, but that could change come summer. We reportedly turned down a 5 million offer for Leo, his price tag should persuade the prem clubs that they need to see how the rest of this season goes before paying what will be a big price. My guess is that we will sell Bridcutt and buy, or borrow, a striker as I don't see CMS having much say in how our season progresses. . . VegasSeagull

1:12pm Sat 28 Dec 13

mikeygit says...

Vegas and co---yes I agree CMS can be written off this season--and Hoskins??? Really could not call that one. So it proves that in ULloa we have a gem we cannot afford to let go-even if the price was right. We would have to get a player in who played our way and gelled, which takes time, which we can ill afford. Ulloa seems very happy here and his cheery smile must be a tonic for his team mates. We must have consistency and stability in the team to get anywhere near the playoffs. We do not need that to be messed up by this awful Jan transfer window---which, IMO the FA should do away with.
Vegas and co---yes I agree CMS can be written off this season--and Hoskins??? Really could not call that one. So it proves that in ULloa we have a gem we cannot afford to let go-even if the price was right. We would have to get a player in who played our way and gelled, which takes time, which we can ill afford. Ulloa seems very happy here and his cheery smile must be a tonic for his team mates. We must have consistency and stability in the team to get anywhere near the playoffs. We do not need that to be messed up by this awful Jan transfer window---which, IMO the FA should do away with. mikeygit

1:12pm Sat 28 Dec 13

tinker111 says...

Whats it got to do with Andrews ,Mouth no class go away .
Whats it got to do with Andrews ,Mouth no class go away . tinker111

1:17pm Sat 28 Dec 13

championshipgull says...

mark by the sea wrote:
mikeygit wrote:
Seagull/selsey---he probably is but was only responding to an interview and as such made a story for the Argus. I see with all this talk of who may or may not leave that there is no comment about CMS?? Does anyone have any news on his recovery progress?? Remember also that we are being run on a tight budget so the chance to make some money from our players IF the ´price is right´cannot be ignored --however I hope we keep our players and try and build a really good squad, as IMHO I feel at present they are not gelling quite right. Buckley, in particular does not seem to be up to the mark as the same with Lopez. We have the players to make it they just have to play well together and build the confidence.
His "recovery" is a million miles away, he won't start training till end of jan, his injury and recovery will need a slow slow increase in stretching and rebuilding the muscles and tendons.. I very much doubt if he will start a game this season, he may get 15 mins then build to half hour, in the case of CMS his game is all about running and chasing, it's far better to take recovery slow than ruin his future .
Hoskins will be lucky if he ever plays again.
I think Mbts means. Not a Million miles away
There is a free to listen podcast with CMS and his physio put on the official site a few weeks ago . They rabbit on for over half an hour including the set back he had with his ankle but near the end CMS says his aim is to get some game time by the end of January. Even if that is a bit optimistic, barring anymore setbacks he should be ready to play a full 90mins for the 7 games we have in March.
CMS did tweet yesterday “Not long been home from some training today. Really looking forward to being able to get to the next stage of my rehab”
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Seagull/selsey---he probably is but was only responding to an interview and as such made a story for the Argus. I see with all this talk of who may or may not leave that there is no comment about CMS?? Does anyone have any news on his recovery progress?? Remember also that we are being run on a tight budget so the chance to make some money from our players IF the ´price is right´cannot be ignored --however I hope we keep our players and try and build a really good squad, as IMHO I feel at present they are not gelling quite right. Buckley, in particular does not seem to be up to the mark as the same with Lopez. We have the players to make it they just have to play well together and build the confidence.[/p][/quote]His "recovery" is a million miles away, he won't start training till end of jan, his injury and recovery will need a slow slow increase in stretching and rebuilding the muscles and tendons.. I very much doubt if he will start a game this season, he may get 15 mins then build to half hour, in the case of CMS his game is all about running and chasing, it's far better to take recovery slow than ruin his future . Hoskins will be lucky if he ever plays again.[/p][/quote]I think Mbts means. Not a Million miles away There is a free to listen podcast with CMS and his physio put on the official site a few weeks ago . They rabbit on for over half an hour including the set back he had with his ankle but near the end CMS says his aim is to get some game time by the end of January. Even if that is a bit optimistic, barring anymore setbacks he should be ready to play a full 90mins for the 7 games we have in March. CMS did tweet yesterday “Not long been home from some training today. Really looking forward to being able to get to the next stage of my rehab” championshipgull

1:50pm Sat 28 Dec 13

VegasSeagull says...

mikeygit wrote:
Vegas and co---yes I agree CMS can be written off this season--and Hoskins??? Really could not call that one. So it proves that in ULloa we have a gem we cannot afford to let go-even if the price was right. We would have to get a player in who played our way and gelled, which takes time, which we can ill afford. Ulloa seems very happy here and his cheery smile must be a tonic for his team mates. We must have consistency and stability in the team to get anywhere near the playoffs. We do not need that to be messed up by this awful Jan transfer window---which, IMO the FA should do away with.
The problem about getting some consistency is that you need players to be consistently available for selection, I think I am right in saying that only Upson, Barnes, and maybe Calderon, fall into that category.
Consistency for the second half of the season maybe possible, depending on events. Bridders could go, Conway could return, Greer recovers and Ulloa stays fit and a new striker might be acquired. David and Bruno both need to find consistent form, both are blowing hot and cold. Yep consistency is a commodity that we are struggling to find.
The one consistent thing we are getting is a lot of comments from Jones, to be honest I could easily forgo that, I would like to hear more from Oscar pre and post match.
[quote][p][bold]mikeygit[/bold] wrote: Vegas and co---yes I agree CMS can be written off this season--and Hoskins??? Really could not call that one. So it proves that in ULloa we have a gem we cannot afford to let go-even if the price was right. We would have to get a player in who played our way and gelled, which takes time, which we can ill afford. Ulloa seems very happy here and his cheery smile must be a tonic for his team mates. We must have consistency and stability in the team to get anywhere near the playoffs. We do not need that to be messed up by this awful Jan transfer window---which, IMO the FA should do away with.[/p][/quote]The problem about getting some consistency is that you need players to be consistently available for selection, I think I am right in saying that only Upson, Barnes, and maybe Calderon, fall into that category. Consistency for the second half of the season maybe possible, depending on events. Bridders could go, Conway could return, Greer recovers and Ulloa stays fit and a new striker might be acquired. David and Bruno both need to find consistent form, both are blowing hot and cold. Yep consistency is a commodity that we are struggling to find. The one consistent thing we are getting is a lot of comments from Jones, to be honest I could easily forgo that, I would like to hear more from Oscar pre and post match. VegasSeagull

5:05pm Sat 28 Dec 13

mikeygit says...

Vegas---Agree with Jones comment. Reminds me of last season when Oatway was the spokesperson so many times--Hope Jones is not going to be Oscars puppet!! With your ´consistency´comme
nts I would include Buckers as well? I do not think we are any where near being a club who can have a rotation system so the 1st team players have to be consistent to get them playing well together and at the moment we are all guessing each week who the team will be. Not the ideal way of getting consistent good results!!
Vegas---Agree with Jones comment. Reminds me of last season when Oatway was the spokesperson so many times--Hope Jones is not going to be Oscars puppet!! With your ´consistency´comme nts I would include Buckers as well? I do not think we are any where near being a club who can have a rotation system so the 1st team players have to be consistent to get them playing well together and at the moment we are all guessing each week who the team will be. Not the ideal way of getting consistent good results!! mikeygit

8:50pm Sat 28 Dec 13

woodcroft says...

Andrews needs to shut up and improve his own performance.He is the worst of a poor lot of loan players this season. I wish Jones would think before he opens mouth.finally Tony get Oscar out now, tony you made a big mistake. Be big enough to admit it and get him out
Andrews needs to shut up and improve his own performance.He is the worst of a poor lot of loan players this season. I wish Jones would think before he opens mouth.finally Tony get Oscar out now, tony you made a big mistake. Be big enough to admit it and get him out woodcroft

3:37pm Sun 29 Dec 13

KeefyH44 says...

woodcroft wrote:
Andrews needs to shut up and improve his own performance.He is the worst of a poor lot of loan players this season. I wish Jones would think before he opens mouth.finally Tony get Oscar out now, tony you made a big mistake. Be big enough to admit it and get him out
You obviously know nothing about football, or you're a troll. Either way, you're talking b@llsh1t!
[quote][p][bold]woodcroft[/bold] wrote: Andrews needs to shut up and improve his own performance.He is the worst of a poor lot of loan players this season. I wish Jones would think before he opens mouth.finally Tony get Oscar out now, tony you made a big mistake. Be big enough to admit it and get him out[/p][/quote]You obviously know nothing about football, or you're a troll. Either way, you're talking b@llsh1t! KeefyH44

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