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PostSubject: Post match press call - Week 1   Post match press call - Week 1 Icon_minitimeThu 18 Oct - 18:00

1. The story of the week is undoubtedly the phenomenal transfer of Eden Dzeko from Real Madrid to Man City for a massive £87m. Whilst the massive deal involving RVP, Aguero, Clichy and Bale, after being much speculated in the media all week, has finally been ratified by the FA. With Fulham also splashing the cash on the future England right back Kyle Walker, can I get your thoughts on those deals?

2. Can you see your club entering the transfer market in the near future? The fans are keen to hear whether there are actually funds still available?

3. Also, do you expect any departures in the near future?

4. The result of the week was no doubt at the Emirates against City, with RVP starring in his swansong with the Gunners. His Arsenal team is certainly looking like the real deal this year?

5. Geoff looks like he is addressing his problems straight away by splashing out on a goalscorer. A manager of his ability and squad of their talent surely won’t be at the bottom long?

6. A few surprise results abroad too, with Inter and Ancona dropping points and also River Plate conceding an early advantage to Boca in Argentina. Early season nerves?

7. Onto your game this week. Pleased with the result?

8. Are you confident you can turn things around/maintain the good form?

9. What improvements do you think can be made?

10. It has been speculated on the forums surrounding your club that there is a group of untouchables that seem to be guaranteed their places whether you’re playing well or not. Can you clarify this situation, do you have enough strength in depth or are you sticking by your main 11 come rain or shine?

11. The clubs website are keen for you to nominate a man of the match for your game, and give your reason.

12. Also, they have requested that you suggest a player that needs to try a little harder in training this week to keep his place in the team next week.

13. What will be your policy on cup games this year, domestic and European? Is it a chance for the youngsters and reserves to impress, or will it be first team all the way?

14. Talking of youngsters, you must have high hopes for your feeder club this year?

15. How did their start to the season go?

16. Any players there on the brink of moving over to your parent club in the near future?



Thanks for your time.
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PostSubject: Re: Post match press call - Week 1   Post match press call - Week 1 Icon_minitimeThu 18 Oct - 22:02

Really delighted to have captured Kyle, he's exactly the sort of player we are now trying to incorporate into the club.

Alongside Bainsey we believe we now have two of the best attacking full backs available, they'll need time to settle in but they both have time on their side and we have every faith in them.

I'd never say never but I don't envisage the club seriously entering the transfer market again now until the summer.the focus will be very much bed in what we have sit back and see how they do.

The likes of Sandro, Mario,Victor, Andy Carroll and Kyle are all very young talented players and we are looking for them to be the clubs future , the hope is they will develop an unparalleled understanding that will put the club in good stead, this will take time and patience but were willing to stand by them.

Saturdays result was a big disappointment for all concerned, it seemed,despite what the media were saying, we never got going and certainly didn't get on the front foot.

We had two debutants who did ok, but we know that there is a lot more to come from both and we are hoping both Leighton and Kyle will give us an extra dimension when they are introduced to the first team aswell.
We're not going to panic just yet.

In terms of introductions from our feeder club feyanoord , we don't anticipate any.

Feyanoord are currently littered with some of Europes most talented young players , and it is important that those players are allowed to play and Learn their trade in a competitive environment - which the eredevise does.

While we expect feyanoord to be competitive it is an incredibly young squad, only Inler and Rolando being over the age of 25 and so we Apprieciate that consistency will be a problem.

That said it was a fantastic result to win away at herenveen and with the likes of Gaitan , Mertens, ,Affelay, de Jong , Erikson and the strootman (Hollands new captain) we've got a great chance of upsetting the big guns of the league this year.

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PostSubject: Re: Post match press call - Week 1   Post match press call - Week 1 Icon_minitimeThu 18 Oct - 22:24

A very disappointing week in Milan. The draw with Lazio flattered Inter. Poor performances from both CB's and new boy Nocerino and the only bright spot coming in the form of my forwards.

A lot of work to do in order to get fully up and running with the new tactic.
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PostSubject: Re: Post match press call - Week 1   Post match press call - Week 1 Icon_minitimeFri 19 Oct - 19:00

Not totally disenchanted with the point at Elland Road although I haven't received my copy of the DVD as yet so that could all change in the coming days when I see the DVD and the analysis.

I still think there's room for an arrival into the foxes and its just as likely be major as minor.

That said, the majority of the squad is now in place and there'll be no major upheaval.

Kabouls arrival, in conjunction with Maicons will take some bedding in and add some more quality to the back four which its in desperate need off.

Alan Hutton, Carragher, Mark Davies and Roger Johnson are likely to be out the door shortly
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