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MATT TAYLOR will snub a 2.5million move to Fulham to sign a new contract with Portsmouth. Left-back Taylor, who went close to moving to Craven Cottage in the January transfer window, has a year left on his current deal but has asked for an extension.

The former England U-21 star said: 'I am happy here and have a year left on my contract but if the opportunity arose to extend that I would be delighted to do so.'

I think that we should keep Matty Taylor as my personal opinion is that he is good enough to be a top 10 team player.




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Date:Saturday May 13 2006

Time: 7:34PM

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thats great news for you and that will help you loads next season.
jono_forest
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13/05/2006 21:17:00

he is a good player with passion! not many of them
lmatthews
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13/05/2006 21:33:00

Indeed les. I'm real pleased he's staying both for his passion for the club and his wing back skills. We still need a class left back though.
FEn_100
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14/05/2006 23:35:00

Another who must stay....not only his ability and wing back skills but for his goals and penalty coolness.
pompeygray
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15/05/2006 07:13:00

Fulham - they're pants!
merlin
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15/05/2006 20:06:00

Chris Coleman was on Goals on Sunday a few weeks back. He informed them on that programme, that Matty Taylor was at Craven Cottage in NOVEMBER last year, and not in January as the media believed. He also said that any plans to lure him away from Pompey, were stopped when Harry returned. Both Pompey and Fulham felt the media were suitably occupied rumouring this article, even though it was 2 months out of date, hence the reason both teams decided NOT to quash it. Gary o'neil also mutted a simalr response when asked about leaving Pompey. He said when the media reports a player is at another ground, even though i've seen that player at Eastleigh training that day, it makes you realise just how inaccurate the media is. He suggested fans ignor rumours unless you here it from the players mouth, the managers mouth, or the official website.
Terence
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16/05/2006 09:18:00

another step in the right direction, its alright bringing in new blood, but keeping the old is just as important
paultsmouth
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16/05/2006 21:17:00

Terence i agree! Not ignore rumours on offer sites but don't take them as 100% bound to happen, no.
lmatthews
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17/05/2006 10:16:00

We are just Craven for MT Rumours !!
pompeygray
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18/05/2006 06:53:00

Why should we NOT ignore rumours les. I ignore ALL rumours. I prefer to wait until someone actually signs, then discuss it.
FEn_100
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20/05/2006 12:17:00

 

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