Dean Kiely: I'll Take My Chance
Dean Kiely has spoken of his frustration at not being in the Portsmouth starting line-up although has refused to throw a strop.
'It's a bitter-sweet time for me.
'This is the first time in my career that I've not been involved in the first team regularly - and it's not easy.
'I felt that last year I made a really good contribution to the side, so to find myself not playing is tough. But I'm not a victim in any way.
'I'm not feeling sorry for myself. I'm working hard in training and feeling physically fit and very good.
'I have to keep going, because you never know what's round the corner.
'If a chance comes along I'll be in a position to take it.'
I don`t think he can really complain can he? When James came in, Dean Kiely was injured and David James hasn`t deserved to be dropped by any means.
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