York City boss not interested in any inquiries for midfielder Michael Potts

Michael Potts proving his worth

Michael Potts proving his worth

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YORK City manager Gary Mills is not interested in any transfer window inquiries for midfielder Michael Potts.

The former Blackburn Rovers reserve’s days looked numbered at Bootham Crescent when he was placed on the transfer list at the beginning of the season and was restricted to just two substitute outings prior to his surprise recall to the starting line-up at Rochdale last month.

He netted twice in that match and has now made the first XI during the last six games with Mills no longer looking to offload the 21-year-old Lancastrian.

“If somebody rang me up and wanted Pottsy today, I would not let them have him,” Mills revealed.

“He’s such a good professional and a good lad to have around the club.

“He knew he had to do better and was waiting for that opportunity. He does not want to let that go now and I’ve been really pleased with his performances.

“If you look at him against Burton, he closed them down and won a lot of second balls. He stopped them from getting the ball forward and was tremendous for us. He got in some good positions as well. It might have been his best performance for the team even though he got two goals at Rochdale.

“All midfielders want to score and create goals but stopping the opposition playing and doing that dirty side of the game is important as well.”

Mills also believes David McGurk, another player that has returned from the City wilderness, is forging the same central-defensive understanding with captain Chris Smith that the two enjoyed when the latter rejoined the club in October 2011.

Back then, City conceded just one goal in the first seven matches that McGurk and Smith started together.

Now, after back-to-back clean sheets at Fleetwood and against Burton Albion following the latter’s return to the side, Mills is hopeful the duo can carry on in a similar vein.

He said: “David McGurk and Chris Smith have been excellent in the last two matches.

“They did well and had a good understanding when Smudger (Smith) first came back to the club and, even though he had to clear two off the line against Burton, I did not feel they were ever going to score.

“They’ve played together for two games and kept two clean sheets and you can’t ask for more than that.”

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1:15pm Thu 3 Jan 13

tips says...

Good luck to the lad , he has grabbed his opportunity with both hands .
Good luck to the lad , he has grabbed his opportunity with both hands . tips
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2:02pm Thu 3 Jan 13

PhilTopping says...

mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts.

Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.
mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months. PhilTopping
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3:31pm Thu 3 Jan 13

YoRkIe59 says...

so why not officially bring potts off the transfer list?
so why not officially bring potts off the transfer list? YoRkIe59
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3:48pm Thu 3 Jan 13

YorkCityLuke says...

PhilTopping wrote:
mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts.

Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.
Mills makes the decisions which have got us promoted, won us the trophy, and established us in the league. If Mills says Potts and McGurk were not good enough (until now), he was probably right.
[quote][p][bold]PhilTopping[/bold] wrote: mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.[/p][/quote]Mills makes the decisions which have got us promoted, won us the trophy, and established us in the league. If Mills says Potts and McGurk were not good enough (until now), he was probably right. YorkCityLuke
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3:59pm Thu 3 Jan 13

dazthecat says...

YorkCityLuke wrote:
PhilTopping wrote: mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.
Mills makes the decisions which have got us promoted, won us the trophy, and established us in the league. If Mills says Potts and McGurk were not good enough (until now), he was probably right.
I'm all for getting behind mills and the team at every opportunity, but surely even the most die hard mills fan has to accept he's dropped the ball on the potts situation.

I could never see what pottsy had done wrong and as posted above surely its time to make it official that he's off the transfer list, he deserves that at least
[quote][p][bold]YorkCityLuke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilTopping[/bold] wrote: mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.[/p][/quote]Mills makes the decisions which have got us promoted, won us the trophy, and established us in the league. If Mills says Potts and McGurk were not good enough (until now), he was probably right.[/p][/quote]I'm all for getting behind mills and the team at every opportunity, but surely even the most die hard mills fan has to accept he's dropped the ball on the potts situation. I could never see what pottsy had done wrong and as posted above surely its time to make it official that he's off the transfer list, he deserves that at least dazthecat
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4:00pm Thu 3 Jan 13

OLD - HEAD says...

PhilTopping wrote:
mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.
I have to agree, I also dont think that Gary Mills comes out of this with a lot of credit. Even the fans were saying give Michael Potts and Dave McGurk a chance, rather than leave them sitting in the stands. But GM is no different to the other Football Managers, who think that they know it all.
[quote][p][bold]PhilTopping[/bold] wrote: mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.[/p][/quote]I have to agree, I also dont think that Gary Mills comes out of this with a lot of credit. Even the fans were saying give Michael Potts and Dave McGurk a chance, rather than leave them sitting in the stands. But GM is no different to the other Football Managers, who think that they know it all. OLD - HEAD
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4:24pm Thu 3 Jan 13

TerryYork says...

Mills knows what he's doing. Some of you armchair managers need to put down FIFA 13 and realise this man got us promoted.
Mills knows what he's doing. Some of you armchair managers need to put down FIFA 13 and realise this man got us promoted. TerryYork
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4:49pm Thu 3 Jan 13

dazthecat says...

TerryYork wrote:
Mills knows what he's doing. Some of you armchair managers need to put down FIFA 13 and realise this man got us promoted.
I'm not forgetting the fact he got us promoted, I will always be grateful for that, but does that mean he never ever makes a mistake?
[quote][p][bold]TerryYork[/bold] wrote: Mills knows what he's doing. Some of you armchair managers need to put down FIFA 13 and realise this man got us promoted.[/p][/quote]I'm not forgetting the fact he got us promoted, I will always be grateful for that, but does that mean he never ever makes a mistake? dazthecat
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4:54pm Thu 3 Jan 13

dazthecat says...

dazthecat wrote:
TerryYork wrote:
Mills knows what he's doing. Some of you armchair managers need to put down FIFA 13 and realise this man got us promoted.
I'm not forgetting the fact he got us promoted, I will always be grateful for that, but does that mean he never ever makes a mistake?
And I'm not saying I'm anything less than 100 percent behind him being in charge of our team, even Alex Ferguson makes mistakes
[quote][p][bold]dazthecat[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]TerryYork[/bold] wrote: Mills knows what he's doing. Some of you armchair managers need to put down FIFA 13 and realise this man got us promoted.[/p][/quote]I'm not forgetting the fact he got us promoted, I will always be grateful for that, but does that mean he never ever makes a mistake?[/p][/quote]And I'm not saying I'm anything less than 100 percent behind him being in charge of our team, even Alex Ferguson makes mistakes dazthecat
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5:08pm Thu 3 Jan 13

YorkCityLuke says...

I may have come across a little agressive in my first post, but I stand by the sentiment.

Mills might not be perfect, but in this affair I can't see he has done anything wrong. He brings Potts back, and Potts performs brilliantly - Ok, Potts himself has to take a lot of credit for this, and I'm thrilled he's turning into such a valuable asset. But Mills should also take credit for developing Potts' talent, and for introducing him into the team at the right moment. Mills wasn't proved wrong by Potts performing well, he was proved right for putting him in the team (despite being on the transfer list). Maybe the threat of leaving was what motivated Potts to put in the extra work - look at what the threat of leaving did to Rodman's performance on New Years day! Similarly with McGurk - it might appear to the fans that McGurk was being held back unfairly, and that his re-introduction earlier in the year might have sorted our defense. But really, the fans don't know enough about McGurk's fitness to play. Mills may have judged (correctly or otherwise) that McGurk would not have been fit earlier in the season. He would have been criticised even more heavily if an unready TY was put into the back 4, then lost us a game.

Some fans (not targeting anyone in particular on this board) will just not accept that Mills can make unpopular, but correct, decisions regarding this team. He has been continuously criticised for things like the formation, players out of position, the style of football etc., but in general these things have been hugely successful. There are even some who (STILL!) attribute his success to 'luck', and are waiting for him to be 'found out' - I cannot understand that kind of attitude.
I may have come across a little agressive in my first post, but I stand by the sentiment. Mills might not be perfect, but in this affair I can't see he has done anything wrong. He brings Potts back, and Potts performs brilliantly - Ok, Potts himself has to take a lot of credit for this, and I'm thrilled he's turning into such a valuable asset. But Mills should also take credit for developing Potts' talent, and for introducing him into the team at the right moment. Mills wasn't proved wrong by Potts performing well, he was proved right for putting him in the team (despite being on the transfer list). Maybe the threat of leaving was what motivated Potts to put in the extra work - look at what the threat of leaving did to Rodman's performance on New Years day! Similarly with McGurk - it might appear to the fans that McGurk was being held back unfairly, and that his re-introduction earlier in the year might have sorted our defense. But really, the fans don't know enough about McGurk's fitness to play. Mills may have judged (correctly or otherwise) that McGurk would not have been fit earlier in the season. He would have been criticised even more heavily if an unready TY was put into the back 4, then lost us a game. Some fans (not targeting anyone in particular on this board) will just not accept that Mills can make unpopular, but correct, decisions regarding this team. He has been continuously criticised for things like the formation, players out of position, the style of football etc., but in general these things have been hugely successful. There are even some who (STILL!) attribute his success to 'luck', and are waiting for him to be 'found out' - I cannot understand that kind of attitude. YorkCityLuke
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5:11pm Thu 3 Jan 13

joejamestom says...

There is always more to it than meets the eye GM wants his players to do things a certain way & TY certainly had other ideas about going out on loan etc. Fortunately for us TY & Potts are gaining the confidence of the manager & everything is ticking along nicely as long as they remember who is the Boss then averything should be good, still reckon we need a decent mobile CB who can chip in with a few goals something that TY has yet to achieve Smith does now & then but goes missing too frequently, Dan Parslow would be my current favourite partner for TY but he seems to be the utility RB but in GM we trust lets see who he can get in though we should appreciate that sometimes it will just not work out as he has to take punts on a restricted budget. Cmon City Saturday beckons.
There is always more to it than meets the eye GM wants his players to do things a certain way & TY certainly had other ideas about going out on loan etc. Fortunately for us TY & Potts are gaining the confidence of the manager & everything is ticking along nicely as long as they remember who is the Boss then averything should be good, still reckon we need a decent mobile CB who can chip in with a few goals something that TY has yet to achieve Smith does now & then but goes missing too frequently, Dan Parslow would be my current favourite partner for TY but he seems to be the utility RB but in GM we trust lets see who he can get in though we should appreciate that sometimes it will just not work out as he has to take punts on a restricted budget. Cmon City Saturday beckons. joejamestom
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6:12pm Thu 3 Jan 13

goreds says...

McGurk has surprised us all with his seamless return to first team action without the need for some games on loan.
Potts has played the last 6 games.
What is there to moan about ?
Its a pity City fans aren't a bit more positive.
McGurk has surprised us all with his seamless return to first team action without the need for some games on loan. Potts has played the last 6 games. What is there to moan about ? Its a pity City fans aren't a bit more positive. goreds
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6:31pm Thu 3 Jan 13

tomwillo1 says...

Well done Pottsy, deserves a new deal for the way he's been playing! Was unbelievable at Rochdale and has got better and better since that game!
Well done Pottsy, deserves a new deal for the way he's been playing! Was unbelievable at Rochdale and has got better and better since that game! tomwillo1
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6:32pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Even AndyD says...

OLD - HEAD wrote:
PhilTopping wrote:
mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.
I have to agree, I also dont think that Gary Mills comes out of this with a lot of credit. Even the fans were saying give Michael Potts and Dave McGurk a chance, rather than leave them sitting in the stands. But GM is no different to the other Football Managers, who think that they know it all.
Tend to agree. But we all get it wrong sometimes and hopefully, GM will add this experience to his memory-banks and become an even better manager.
[quote][p][bold]OLD - HEAD[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PhilTopping[/bold] wrote: mmm... well done to both McGurk and Potts. Unfortunately, not so well done to Mr Mills. He's had these two super players say on their hands, fully fit, for absolutely no reason. Just goes to show, what a player does on the training ground is not so important as what they can do on the playing field. Potts and McGurk have been criminally underused for months.[/p][/quote]I have to agree, I also dont think that Gary Mills comes out of this with a lot of credit. Even the fans were saying give Michael Potts and Dave McGurk a chance, rather than leave them sitting in the stands. But GM is no different to the other Football Managers, who think that they know it all.[/p][/quote]Tend to agree. But we all get it wrong sometimes and hopefully, GM will add this experience to his memory-banks and become an even better manager. Even AndyD
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6:33pm Thu 3 Jan 13

duffy says...

The Potts situation is quite strange in just how much his value to us has changed around so quickly. One minute we are trying to get rid and the next thing Mr Mills is stating he would not accept any offers. Personaly I thought he was never really given that much of a chance in the past and fair play to the lad as soon as he gets a run in the team he shows what he can do. Not sure we should be looking to apportion any blame though, sometimes these things just happen. Look how quickly John Byrne went from struggling to make the bench to one of the best strikers we have ever had. Whatever has happened its a huge boost for the club as is the return of McGurk which has transformed the defence at this point.
The Potts situation is quite strange in just how much his value to us has changed around so quickly. One minute we are trying to get rid and the next thing Mr Mills is stating he would not accept any offers. Personaly I thought he was never really given that much of a chance in the past and fair play to the lad as soon as he gets a run in the team he shows what he can do. Not sure we should be looking to apportion any blame though, sometimes these things just happen. Look how quickly John Byrne went from struggling to make the bench to one of the best strikers we have ever had. Whatever has happened its a huge boost for the club as is the return of McGurk which has transformed the defence at this point. duffy
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6:48pm Thu 3 Jan 13

PhilTopping says...

Let's not make this into a Mills is hopeless, Mills is perfect debate. This was two bad selection mistakes that have only been rectified due to Kearns' departure and Doig's injury. There's no other explanation, unless you believe Mills is some kind of God like footballing genius who had this planned from Day 1.

However, I suspect we just might see an acknowledgment from Mills. Something like, "I'm absolutely thrilled Michael and David have come along and proved me completely wrong." Something that sends out a message to the likes of Reed and Oyebanjo that, whilst he's as stubborn as a mule, he has the decency and humility not to pretend he's always right. Something that Ferguson did when he admitted releasing Stam too early and not signing Gascoigne. Even Ferguson knows when he's made mistakes. You don't learn unless you acknowledge.
Let's not make this into a Mills is hopeless, Mills is perfect debate. This was two bad selection mistakes that have only been rectified due to Kearns' departure and Doig's injury. There's no other explanation, unless you believe Mills is some kind of God like footballing genius who had this planned from Day 1. However, I suspect we just might see an acknowledgment from Mills. Something like, "I'm absolutely thrilled Michael and David have come along and proved me completely wrong." Something that sends out a message to the likes of Reed and Oyebanjo that, whilst he's as stubborn as a mule, he has the decency and humility not to pretend he's always right. Something that Ferguson did when he admitted releasing Stam too early and not signing Gascoigne. Even Ferguson knows when he's made mistakes. You don't learn unless you acknowledge. PhilTopping
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7:31pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Edsoni says...

Let's be honest - Potts was pretty mediocre in his previous performances and has now for whatever reason improved immeasurably in two and a half out of four matches.
If he can maintain this level he is worth his place in the squad and yes I would play him on Saturday and at this current standard would keep him in the team. Both he and McClaughlin have shown that the ability to do better than earlier in the season can be a benefit to the team. But if they regress they're not (and shouldn't be ) sure of their place.
If they slip back they should be dropped.
Both have shown that early leaps of judgement have to be revisited. Good on them.
Likewise McGurk who I think has been brought into the team at just the right time.
(I admit I wondered if he would ever get back)
To all three - keep up the good work.
Let's be honest - Potts was pretty mediocre in his previous performances and has now for whatever reason improved immeasurably in two and a half out of four matches. If he can maintain this level he is worth his place in the squad and yes I would play him on Saturday and at this current standard would keep him in the team. Both he and McClaughlin have shown that the ability to do better than earlier in the season can be a benefit to the team. But if they regress they're not (and shouldn't be ) sure of their place. If they slip back they should be dropped. Both have shown that early leaps of judgement have to be revisited. Good on them. Likewise McGurk who I think has been brought into the team at just the right time. (I admit I wondered if he would ever get back) To all three - keep up the good work. Edsoni
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9:39pm Thu 3 Jan 13

Sir Alex says...

Pottsy did well at end of last season but seemed a little lightweight.Now looks stronger and his work rate is exceptional. Looking forward to Saturday and another high tempo performance from the lads.
C'mon City let's be looking top 7.
Pottsy did well at end of last season but seemed a little lightweight.Now looks stronger and his work rate is exceptional. Looking forward to Saturday and another high tempo performance from the lads. C'mon City let's be looking top 7. Sir Alex
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11:21pm Thu 3 Jan 13

foreveryork says...

We have seen every minute of every match that Pottsy has played for us & haven't seen him do much wrong. (certainly not as much as some players who keep their place regardless of their mistakes!) We're pleased he's taking his chance now & long may his form continue.
We have seen every minute of every match that Pottsy has played for us & haven't seen him do much wrong. (certainly not as much as some players who keep their place regardless of their mistakes!) We're pleased he's taking his chance now & long may his form continue. foreveryork
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8:19am Fri 4 Jan 13

heartbreaker says...

Edsoni wrote:
Let's be honest - Potts was pretty mediocre in his previous performances and has now for whatever reason improved immeasurably in two and a half out of four matches.
If he can maintain this level he is worth his place in the squad and yes I would play him on Saturday and at this current standard would keep him in the team. Both he and McClaughlin have shown that the ability to do better than earlier in the season can be a benefit to the team. But if they regress they're not (and shouldn't be ) sure of their place.
If they slip back they should be dropped.
Both have shown that early leaps of judgement have to be revisited. Good on them.
Likewise McGurk who I think has been brought into the team at just the right time.
(I admit I wondered if he would ever get back)
To all three - keep up the good work.
To be fair Potts was far from mediocre last season the few times he played. Weighed in with a few assists (I'd guess his assists to minutes on the pitch ratio must be pretty high!) including the pass to Walker at Cambridge which was the most crucial victory of the season at the time. Many have been saying he should have a greater run in the team for ages.
[quote][p][bold]Edsoni[/bold] wrote: Let's be honest - Potts was pretty mediocre in his previous performances and has now for whatever reason improved immeasurably in two and a half out of four matches. If he can maintain this level he is worth his place in the squad and yes I would play him on Saturday and at this current standard would keep him in the team. Both he and McClaughlin have shown that the ability to do better than earlier in the season can be a benefit to the team. But if they regress they're not (and shouldn't be ) sure of their place. If they slip back they should be dropped. Both have shown that early leaps of judgement have to be revisited. Good on them. Likewise McGurk who I think has been brought into the team at just the right time. (I admit I wondered if he would ever get back) To all three - keep up the good work.[/p][/quote]To be fair Potts was far from mediocre last season the few times he played. Weighed in with a few assists (I'd guess his assists to minutes on the pitch ratio must be pretty high!) including the pass to Walker at Cambridge which was the most crucial victory of the season at the time. Many have been saying he should have a greater run in the team for ages. heartbreaker
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9:53am Fri 4 Jan 13

old_school_minsterman says...

On another note...rumours from the league footballing circuit seem to think we are weighing up a loan move for Richard Brodie!
On another note...rumours from the league footballing circuit seem to think we are weighing up a loan move for Richard Brodie! old_school_minsterman
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10:20am Fri 4 Jan 13

heartbreaker says...

I'd take Brodie back, I know a lot wouldn't but I'd be happy with that. Doubt it'll happen though!
I'd take Brodie back, I know a lot wouldn't but I'd be happy with that. Doubt it'll happen though! heartbreaker
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10:45am Fri 4 Jan 13

rogue84 says...

i would actually take brodie back, however, if he continues with his ridiculous antics of diving and elbowing (remember the incident with chris smith last season) then i don't want that to be associated with york city fc.

away from that, big day tomorrow for David McGurk as he becomes (by my reckoning) only the 19th player to reach 300 appearances for City.
lets put aside the discussion on Mills etc and celebrate the dedication from this fella, who's battled back from injuries, taken the field at some dark, cold, horrible places for York...and is now back in the side in the football league. he joins the illustrious list of names including, Jackson, McMillan, Wilkinson, Hall, Tutill & Canham. well done TY!
i would actually take brodie back, however, if he continues with his ridiculous antics of diving and elbowing (remember the incident with chris smith last season) then i don't want that to be associated with york city fc. away from that, big day tomorrow for David McGurk as he becomes (by my reckoning) only the 19th player to reach 300 appearances for City. lets put aside the discussion on Mills etc and celebrate the dedication from this fella, who's battled back from injuries, taken the field at some dark, cold, horrible places for York...and is now back in the side in the football league. he joins the illustrious list of names including, Jackson, McMillan, Wilkinson, Hall, Tutill & Canham. well done TY! rogue84
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10:51am Fri 4 Jan 13

old_school_minsterman says...

rogue84 wrote:
i would actually take brodie back, however, if he continues with his ridiculous antics of diving and elbowing (remember the incident with chris smith last season) then i don't want that to be associated with york city fc. away from that, big day tomorrow for David McGurk as he becomes (by my reckoning) only the 19th player to reach 300 appearances for City. lets put aside the discussion on Mills etc and celebrate the dedication from this fella, who's battled back from injuries, taken the field at some dark, cold, horrible places for York...and is now back in the side in the football league. he joins the illustrious list of names including, Jackson, McMillan, Wilkinson, Hall, Tutill & Canham. well done TY!
Agree 100%. TY has been a top pro for York and has been one of the most consistant performers during his period at the club.

300 matches for one club is a great achievment in modern day football.
[quote][p][bold]rogue84[/bold] wrote: i would actually take brodie back, however, if he continues with his ridiculous antics of diving and elbowing (remember the incident with chris smith last season) then i don't want that to be associated with york city fc. away from that, big day tomorrow for David McGurk as he becomes (by my reckoning) only the 19th player to reach 300 appearances for City. lets put aside the discussion on Mills etc and celebrate the dedication from this fella, who's battled back from injuries, taken the field at some dark, cold, horrible places for York...and is now back in the side in the football league. he joins the illustrious list of names including, Jackson, McMillan, Wilkinson, Hall, Tutill & Canham. well done TY![/p][/quote]Agree 100%. TY has been a top pro for York and has been one of the most consistant performers during his period at the club. 300 matches for one club is a great achievment in modern day football. old_school_minsterman
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11:02am Fri 4 Jan 13

graups says...

old_school_minsterma
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On another note...rumours from the league footballing circuit seem to think we are weighing up a loan move for Richard Brodie!
Richard Brodie has signed for Grimsby Town for the remainder of the season it would seem
[quote][p][bold]old_school_minsterma n[/bold] wrote: On another note...rumours from the league footballing circuit seem to think we are weighing up a loan move for Richard Brodie![/p][/quote]Richard Brodie has signed for Grimsby Town for the remainder of the season it would seem graups
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