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Feynoord Speak To Johnson


This has come from Feyenoord regarding the future of Glen Johnson-

'There has been a small misunderstanding,' explained Feyenoord director Chris Woerts, this comes after claims that the Chelsea palyer thought PSV were the club interested in him and was going to head back to England when discovering this was not the case.

'But it has been repaired quickly and, after that, Glen Johnson has stayed the whole day at Feyenoord and is really not returning quickly to England.

'The player was very impressed with the stadium.

'He visited the changing rooms and also visited the city.

'After that, he had a meeting with Feyenoord coach Erwin Koeman, who specially returned from holiday for him.'

Vital Pompey is still expecting the player to sign for us despite this but who knows with Pompey. There will be a brief statement from Glen Johnson in the next couple of days regarding his future, read it here exclusively.




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Date:Monday June 26 2006

Time: 11:36AM

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and your point is??????
lmatthews
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26/06/2006 12:11:00

Oh, no another one to slip through the net??
bluedr
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26/06/2006 12:13:00

no he won't!
lmatthews
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26/06/2006 12:19:00

Anyone heard of a saying called "Dont Shoout the Messager?"
GreenGiant13
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26/06/2006 12:25:00

I hope you're right Les, I'd prefer to hear news on a couple of strikers as I think with Priske and Duffy we already have cover in this position.
bluedr
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26/06/2006 12:35:00

how the hell would you know mate?
lmatthews
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26/06/2006 15:41:00

i don't think it will be a great loss if we lose johnson,priske proved he could do a good job in the premiership,good at going forward for the crosses,i will be very happy to see him start everyweek.
iowblue
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26/06/2006 16:34:00

by the way the "how the hell do you know mate?" does not refer to bluedr but a comment that was deleted!
lmatthews
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26/06/2006 16:42:00

He will come here. Why would he want to go there and play with a bunch of foreigners when he can stay in england and fight for his international spot. I don't think we have to worry about them. It was probably just an excuse to go for a day out.
POMPEYMEV
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26/06/2006 19:26:00

He'll be playing for a big fish in a small pond, like going to Scotland & playing for Celtic. F*ck him if that's what he wants. Move on to the next possible player.
storagematt
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26/06/2006 19:42:00

i don;t blame him for listening but these quotes are not accurate, they suggest that he has been out there for a while, well he picked my cousin up on thursday
lmatthews
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26/06/2006 20:24:00

If he goes there, then good luck to him. it just shows his lack of ambition and he'll end up a journeyman like jeffers did.
FEn_100
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26/06/2006 21:59:00

Jeffers, there is a player we've not been linked with yet!!! Quick offer 8m for him.
storagematt
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26/06/2006 22:07:00

lololol matt
FEn_100
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27/06/2006 03:27:00

haha
lmatthews
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27/06/2006 10:35:00

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS We've signed him. It's official and it's on the official site. AT LAST, A SIGNING.
FEn_100
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28/06/2006 12:38:00

 

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