aggborough news
3rd october 2001 
  • a pot pourrie of news

    With all the talk of the possible demise of Jan Molby at Aggborough you would have thought that there would be a bit more news filtering out.
    Apart from the 'kiss of death', sorry that should read 'vote of confidence' from Lionel Newton, when he said that Jan was free to talk to the giants of the Welsh footballing world, Wrexham.

    So all we are getting is dribs and drabs.

    First off it's pleasing to see that Stuart Brock has not gone running to the press to give his side of the story about the Tyson fight at the weekend.
    Tyson and Swansea have been at pains to make sure that the worlds press will believe their story that Tysons clattering of Brockie was just a gentle attempt to take the ball around the keeper and slot it home even though he was travelling at 100mph , two foot off the ground and feet first at the time.

    Brockie will miss the games against Cheltenham, Carlisle and York for his part in the incident.

    Jan has been looking at another keeper, Gerrard Doherty, formerly of Derby County.

    Another vote of confidence in Brendan Murphy by Jan.

    Both Doherty and a Danish striker by the name of Bo Hendrikson will be playing in tonights reserve game against Wigan at Aggborough.

    We have also been taking a look at out of favour Crewe striker, Paul Tait.

    Tait could have been at Aggie 4 or 5 years ago when he was playing for Northwich and came to the attention of then manager, Graham Allner, but decided to sign for Crewe instead.

    One who we seemed to show no real interest in, going by the lack of info on the official website, was Wolves defender Ryan Green.
    Although he had a short trial here he has now gone to 1st Division Grimsby on loan with a view to a permanent move.

    He was obviously too good for us.

    The training ground carnage seems to be continuing with the news that Abdou Sall and P M-O have picked up minor injuries but should be fit for Sunday's game at Macc.
    As should Craig Hinton and Adie Smith who was involved in a car crash yesterday but luckily has only a minor whiplash injury.

    Will Adie play in a neck collar?

    So onto the future of Jan Molby.

    I hope he stays and finishes the job he started and with the right signings lets hope he does.
    I personally think that Lionel will make more money available rather that go back into the Conference.

    If we do go down then that's when I think that Jan will go, and not until.

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