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Life President
Dec 10, 2006
Not much to report, so this will be brief. An 11 v 11 match, stopped every now and again for instructions from Phil Brown. Stand out performers today for me was McGlashan, best attacking player, Matsuzaka(Although still a bit green), Kyprianou and the star was Anton Ferdinand. Nothing got past him today. He even held up the game for about 30 seconds to give instructions, positional and such. He really takes everything very seriously on the pitch, which is good as he's a real winner. Definitely a coach or manager in the future. The good news is that Coker and McLaughlin were doing ball routines and fitness with a fitness coach. A quite intense session. They both looked fine, so expect them to play a game very soon. Didn't see Turner,obviously still injured, and no Nile Ranger. Not sure he's been released just yet. The players look a bit sharper and fitter from last time I went, so hopefully they will be spot on for the Blackburn game.