York City boost backroom team with arrival of Rotherham United's Tony Mee

York Press: York City boost backroom team with arrival of Millers academy boss York City boost backroom team with arrival of Millers academy boss

FORMER army physical training instructor Tony Mee has been appointed as York City’s new academy manager.

Mee joins the Minstermen having fulfilled the same role last season at Rotherham United, where he has been on the coaching staff since 2002 after completing 23 years with the Services.

His past roles with the Millers have included running the club’s under-15 and U16 teams, as well as a spell as assistant youth-team coach.

Mee also holds the UEFA ‘A’ Licence and is a qualified boxing, basketball, volleyball and swimming coach too.

He has first-hand experience of implementing the Premier League and Football League’s Elite Player Performance Plan and will work with new youth-team coach Richard Dryden, who assisted former under-18 chief Steve Torpey last season prior to the latter’s promotion to the senior staff following Nigel Worthington’s arrival at Bootham Crescent.

On the club’s new youth coaching set-up, Worthington said: “Tony will be a good addition at the club.

“He has EPPP knowledge and will oversee everything and work with Richard.

“We were looking for an individual who met certain criteria that the role requires.

“Tony’s name popped up and, when myself and Steve talked to him, we felt he was the right man.

“Richard will be the new youth-team coach and I like his manner and way with the younger players.

“He has good experience and good knowledge of the game of football and there will be times when I take him with Steve and myself to do bits and bobs with the seniors, while Tony takes care of the youngsters.”

Having promoted Torpey from youth-team coach to first-team coach and then assistant manager, Worthington admitted that Dryden’s new role also represented the kind of staff continuity he feels will benefit young players at the club.

“It’s good to have that,” he said. “It’s like Steve slotting in with me.”

Worthington, who handed youth-team graduate Tom Platt his professional debut before starting him in the final six games of last season and gave fellow teenager Tom Allan his first senior start in April, also wants Mee and Dryden to prioritise player development over match results, adding: “You want a winning mentality throughout the club but, at youth level, that does not come first and foremost.

“It’s important to still have it but trying to produce players is probably just as important, if not more so, in terms of the benefit to the club.”

Worthington is now concentrating on his final addition to next season’s training team – a new goalkeeper coach to replace Fred Barber.

On that situation, he revealed: “We have spoken to a few people and myself and Steve are currently talking about that situation. We should be able to announce something next week.”

• Ex-York City loan forward Chris Iwelumo has joined Scunthorpe. Iwelumo, 34, was released by Watford at the end of last season.

As the Iron welcomed the former Scotland international striker, though, midfielder Jimmy Ryan left for Chesterfield.

Elsewhere, Morecambe have signed Macclesfield’s French defender Tony Diagne and Martin Riley has moved from Wrexham for a second spell with Mansfield.

Newport, meanwhile, have made Cheltenham winger Chris Zebrowski and Oxford midfielder Adam Chapman their first summer recruits.

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12:32pm Fri 7 Jun 13

tips says...

It is good to see NW is building the club on solid foundations.From Youth level through to the first team he is putting in place a strong and reliable backroom team.
This can only bode well for the future of the club.Quietly NW is putting the Club on a very professional level and is to be applauded for his efforts so far.
The final pieces in the jigsaw is a first team squad able to compete strongly in the Second Division and I am hopeful given the signings he has made and others in the not too distant future this can be achieved
COYR
It is good to see NW is building the club on solid foundations.From Youth level through to the first team he is putting in place a strong and reliable backroom team. This can only bode well for the future of the club.Quietly NW is putting the Club on a very professional level and is to be applauded for his efforts so far. The final pieces in the jigsaw is a first team squad able to compete strongly in the Second Division and I am hopeful given the signings he has made and others in the not too distant future this can be achieved COYR tips

3:27pm Fri 7 Jun 13

Theapplesarecoming says...

Thankyou to the directors is needed for financing this strengthening of our club
Thankyou to the directors is needed for financing this strengthening of our club Theapplesarecoming

5:28pm Fri 7 Jun 13

TerryYork says...

Theapplesarecoming wrote:
Thankyou to the directors is needed for financing this strengthening of our club
Yep. We're looking very professional on that standpoint.
[quote][p][bold]Theapplesarecoming[/bold] wrote: Thankyou to the directors is needed for financing this strengthening of our club[/p][/quote]Yep. We're looking very professional on that standpoint. TerryYork

5:34pm Fri 7 Jun 13

LINEOVCOKE says...

Good appointment ..looking 4ward to new season..and driving up an down the country..bring it on..NW-red blue an white army..
Good appointment ..looking 4ward to new season..and driving up an down the country..bring it on..NW-red blue an white army.. LINEOVCOKE

5:53pm Fri 7 Jun 13

bill bailey says...

What ever you do in any business if you don't get the base firm ,you wont succeed, The board have firmed up and they are backing the manager and his team, You wont get a better manager, its a thumb up ,for the way the club is going,cant wait for season to start,
What ever you do in any business if you don't get the base firm ,you wont succeed, The board have firmed up and they are backing the manager and his team, You wont get a better manager, its a thumb up ,for the way the club is going,cant wait for season to start, bill bailey

5:57pm Fri 7 Jun 13

Yorkie41 says...

bill bailey wrote:
What ever you do in any business if you don't get the base firm ,you wont succeed, The board have firmed up and they are backing the manager and his team, You wont get a better manager, its a thumb up ,for the way the club is going,cant wait for season to start,
Like your comment Bill, I could not have put it any better. Professionalism is the key to every successful team.
[quote][p][bold]bill bailey[/bold] wrote: What ever you do in any business if you don't get the base firm ,you wont succeed, The board have firmed up and they are backing the manager and his team, You wont get a better manager, its a thumb up ,for the way the club is going,cant wait for season to start,[/p][/quote]Like your comment Bill, I could not have put it any better. Professionalism is the key to every successful team. Yorkie41

7:41pm Fri 7 Jun 13

Dortmun says...

Yorkie41 wrote:
bill bailey wrote:
What ever you do in any business if you don't get the base firm ,you wont succeed, The board have firmed up and they are backing the manager and his team, You wont get a better manager, its a thumb up ,for the way the club is going,cant wait for season to start,
Like your comment Bill, I could not have put it any better. Professionalism is the key to every successful team.
Totally agree. A much more professional approach.
[quote][p][bold]Yorkie41[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bill bailey[/bold] wrote: What ever you do in any business if you don't get the base firm ,you wont succeed, The board have firmed up and they are backing the manager and his team, You wont get a better manager, its a thumb up ,for the way the club is going,cant wait for season to start,[/p][/quote]Like your comment Bill, I could not have put it any better. Professionalism is the key to every successful team.[/p][/quote]Totally agree. A much more professional approach. Dortmun

8:40pm Fri 7 Jun 13

Southern Exile says...

Club seems to be moving forward in all directions, gives me a warm feeling for the future, in Nige we trust!!
Club seems to be moving forward in all directions, gives me a warm feeling for the future, in Nige we trust!! Southern Exile

9:10pm Fri 7 Jun 13

21york says...

Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?
Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we? 21york

11:10pm Fri 7 Jun 13

YO1 says...

On a different point, I see Ryan Cresswell wants to move back North and is reluctant to sign again for Southend. He was colossal when he played against us in both games last season.

Giant central defender and now free agent. He would be an outstanding signing.
On a different point, I see Ryan Cresswell wants to move back North and is reluctant to sign again for Southend. He was colossal when he played against us in both games last season. Giant central defender and now free agent. He would be an outstanding signing. YO1

11:25pm Fri 7 Jun 13

Southern Exile says...

21york wrote:
Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?
Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...
[quote][p][bold]21york[/bold] wrote: Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?[/p][/quote]Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to... Southern Exile

11:04am Sat 8 Jun 13

redwhiteblue says...

Agree with the comments from Bill Bailey and Southern Exile - we have to remember it's a learning curve also for the Board. Gary Mills did a great job for York City - no one can take that away from him - Nigel Worthington has working at the top therefore is bound to be more professional due to the experience he gained from club and international manager positions. His demands before putting pen to paper on a contract showed his pedigree and what he needed, we are a small Club at the moment but who's saying he can't take us further with the right backing etc. Therefore we have thank Jason McGill and the Board for giving him the tools he needs to build the Club to take us to the next step on the ladder. Spoke with a friend and contact from Man Utd - he could believe we had retained Nigel, but also said the Board had done a fantastic job in securing his contract. Moving up - bring it on.
Agree with the comments from Bill Bailey and Southern Exile - we have to remember it's a learning curve also for the Board. Gary Mills did a great job for York City - no one can take that away from him - Nigel Worthington has working at the top therefore is bound to be more professional due to the experience he gained from club and international manager positions. His demands before putting pen to paper on a contract showed his pedigree and what he needed, we are a small Club at the moment but who's saying he can't take us further with the right backing etc. Therefore we have thank Jason McGill and the Board for giving him the tools he needs to build the Club to take us to the next step on the ladder. Spoke with a friend and contact from Man Utd - he could believe we had retained Nigel, but also said the Board had done a fantastic job in securing his contract. Moving up - bring it on. redwhiteblue

12:23pm Sun 9 Jun 13

joejamestom says...

Southern Exile wrote:
21york wrote:
Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?
Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...
I can see the foundations NW is trying to put in place but I would be a bit more reassured if a few more players were in place. Whilst it is easy to envisage that City might not be the first choice for players on the move how long will it be before players get nervous about finding a club & commit we are all picking up on the released lists & players advertising their desire to relocate. We look at least 3 or 4 experienced players short of having a good spine for the squad it would be reassuring to have a few more names in the frame. I liked the look of Osano who was released by Wimbledon.
My guess this will be a season to build on rather than challenge but I will be overjoyed to be mistaken.
[quote][p][bold]Southern Exile[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]21york[/bold] wrote: Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?[/p][/quote]Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...[/p][/quote]I can see the foundations NW is trying to put in place but I would be a bit more reassured if a few more players were in place. Whilst it is easy to envisage that City might not be the first choice for players on the move how long will it be before players get nervous about finding a club & commit we are all picking up on the released lists & players advertising their desire to relocate. We look at least 3 or 4 experienced players short of having a good spine for the squad it would be reassuring to have a few more names in the frame. I liked the look of Osano who was released by Wimbledon. My guess this will be a season to build on rather than challenge but I will be overjoyed to be mistaken. joejamestom

12:50pm Sun 9 Jun 13

duffy says...

joejamestom wrote:
Southern Exile wrote:
21york wrote:
Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?
Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...
I can see the foundations NW is trying to put in place but I would be a bit more reassured if a few more players were in place. Whilst it is easy to envisage that City might not be the first choice for players on the move how long will it be before players get nervous about finding a club & commit we are all picking up on the released lists & players advertising their desire to relocate. We look at least 3 or 4 experienced players short of having a good spine for the squad it would be reassuring to have a few more names in the frame. I liked the look of Osano who was released by Wimbledon.
My guess this will be a season to build on rather than challenge but I will be overjoyed to be mistaken.
There are some big clubs at this level with no doubt big playing budgets. Last season there was this hype that we were going to challenge for promotion( not helped by the soundbites from the club) when it was obvious to many that the squad was not even close to being good enough. I don't see enough in the squad just now to suggest we will be challenging next season but that could change over the next few weeks when we bring in defenders and midfielders to fill those gaps. Im still of the opinion that we should be bringing in a quality centre half but know I'm probably in the minority. I would guess we are looking at more in demand players and that takes time when they have options and as such I'm not worried at this point.
[quote][p][bold]joejamestom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southern Exile[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]21york[/bold] wrote: Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?[/p][/quote]Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...[/p][/quote]I can see the foundations NW is trying to put in place but I would be a bit more reassured if a few more players were in place. Whilst it is easy to envisage that City might not be the first choice for players on the move how long will it be before players get nervous about finding a club & commit we are all picking up on the released lists & players advertising their desire to relocate. We look at least 3 or 4 experienced players short of having a good spine for the squad it would be reassuring to have a few more names in the frame. I liked the look of Osano who was released by Wimbledon. My guess this will be a season to build on rather than challenge but I will be overjoyed to be mistaken.[/p][/quote]There are some big clubs at this level with no doubt big playing budgets. Last season there was this hype that we were going to challenge for promotion( not helped by the soundbites from the club) when it was obvious to many that the squad was not even close to being good enough. I don't see enough in the squad just now to suggest we will be challenging next season but that could change over the next few weeks when we bring in defenders and midfielders to fill those gaps. Im still of the opinion that we should be bringing in a quality centre half but know I'm probably in the minority. I would guess we are looking at more in demand players and that takes time when they have options and as such I'm not worried at this point. duffy

3:13pm Sun 9 Jun 13

dringy1 says...

duffy wrote:
joejamestom wrote:
Southern Exile wrote:
21york wrote:
Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?
Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...
I can see the foundations NW is trying to put in place but I would be a bit more reassured if a few more players were in place. Whilst it is easy to envisage that City might not be the first choice for players on the move how long will it be before players get nervous about finding a club & commit we are all picking up on the released lists & players advertising their desire to relocate. We look at least 3 or 4 experienced players short of having a good spine for the squad it would be reassuring to have a few more names in the frame. I liked the look of Osano who was released by Wimbledon.
My guess this will be a season to build on rather than challenge but I will be overjoyed to be mistaken.
There are some big clubs at this level with no doubt big playing budgets. Last season there was this hype that we were going to challenge for promotion( not helped by the soundbites from the club) when it was obvious to many that the squad was not even close to being good enough. I don't see enough in the squad just now to suggest we will be challenging next season but that could change over the next few weeks when we bring in defenders and midfielders to fill those gaps. Im still of the opinion that we should be bringing in a quality centre half but know I'm probably in the minority. I would guess we are looking at more in demand players and that takes time when they have options and as such I'm not worried at this point.
Player, Managers and Agents tend to take holidays this time of year, hence not a lot of activity. Players also want to consider their options and wait for other interest. That is why, not just City, many teams are not signing anyone. All apart from Portsmouth who are the stand out team in league 2 and have a massive playing budget. We have another couple of months to form a team and I trust Mr Worthington will do that and can see us challenging for the play offs. NW will also be speaking to his contacts for possible loan deals before signing too many more playera on permanant deals.
[quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]joejamestom[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Southern Exile[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]21york[/bold] wrote: Only 4 months ago it was "in Mills we trust" - lets just wait and see, shall we?[/p][/quote]Not for me it wasn't, totally different calibre and approach here, Mills did great getting us out of the conference but he was out of his depth and too entrenched in his own views. Mills talked a great fight but for me NW can back it up. Feels like a new era to me, but that's just an opinion and one I'm entitled to...[/p][/quote]I can see the foundations NW is trying to put in place but I would be a bit more reassured if a few more players were in place. Whilst it is easy to envisage that City might not be the first choice for players on the move how long will it be before players get nervous about finding a club & commit we are all picking up on the released lists & players advertising their desire to relocate. We look at least 3 or 4 experienced players short of having a good spine for the squad it would be reassuring to have a few more names in the frame. I liked the look of Osano who was released by Wimbledon. My guess this will be a season to build on rather than challenge but I will be overjoyed to be mistaken.[/p][/quote]There are some big clubs at this level with no doubt big playing budgets. Last season there was this hype that we were going to challenge for promotion( not helped by the soundbites from the club) when it was obvious to many that the squad was not even close to being good enough. I don't see enough in the squad just now to suggest we will be challenging next season but that could change over the next few weeks when we bring in defenders and midfielders to fill those gaps. Im still of the opinion that we should be bringing in a quality centre half but know I'm probably in the minority. I would guess we are looking at more in demand players and that takes time when they have options and as such I'm not worried at this point.[/p][/quote]Player, Managers and Agents tend to take holidays this time of year, hence not a lot of activity. Players also want to consider their options and wait for other interest. That is why, not just City, many teams are not signing anyone. All apart from Portsmouth who are the stand out team in league 2 and have a massive playing budget. We have another couple of months to form a team and I trust Mr Worthington will do that and can see us challenging for the play offs. NW will also be speaking to his contacts for possible loan deals before signing too many more playera on permanant deals. dringy1

10:08am Mon 10 Jun 13

Brodes says...

Aaah the play off predictions have started, it must be silly season!
I predicted 10th for us last season, of course I was wrong on that, thought the momentum of promotion would see us through. For a number of reasons that didnt happen, but following a season where we very nearly went down, mid table will do me (and should be everybody else) just fine.
I know 10th to 15th doesnt sound exciting but considering where we were 2/3 years ago, I would take that right now!
Fans and media of all clubs need to realise that its not promotion, cups and glory every season. This then means numerous sackings.
Consolidation people...
Aaah the play off predictions have started, it must be silly season! I predicted 10th for us last season, of course I was wrong on that, thought the momentum of promotion would see us through. For a number of reasons that didnt happen, but following a season where we very nearly went down, mid table will do me (and should be everybody else) just fine. I know 10th to 15th doesnt sound exciting but considering where we were 2/3 years ago, I would take that right now! Fans and media of all clubs need to realise that its not promotion, cups and glory every season. This then means numerous sackings. Consolidation people... Brodes

10:43am Tue 11 Jun 13

sixtyfourfive says...

The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.
The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority. sixtyfourfive

10:53am Tue 11 Jun 13

duffy says...

sixtyfourfive wrote:
The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.
Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.
[quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.[/p][/quote]Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open. duffy

11:17am Tue 11 Jun 13

yorko66 says...

sixtyfourfive wrote:
The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.
I picked evan horwood out on the pfa website of players out of contract. There are not many left backs on there and to be fair to him he has played a lot of football at L1 & L 2level. Lets be honest weve had a lot of loan players that have not played well on loan at york and then had really good careers chris Iwelumo comes to mind i dont think he scored at all for us but has scored for every one else he played for. I suppose im saying dont let a previous poor spell at york be a stumbling block to signing on again
[quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.[/p][/quote]I picked evan horwood out on the pfa website of players out of contract. There are not many left backs on there and to be fair to him he has played a lot of football at L1 & L 2level. Lets be honest weve had a lot of loan players that have not played well on loan at york and then had really good careers chris Iwelumo comes to mind i dont think he scored at all for us but has scored for every one else he played for. I suppose im saying dont let a previous poor spell at york be a stumbling block to signing on again yorko66

11:53am Tue 11 Jun 13

sixtyfourfive says...

duffy wrote:
sixtyfourfive wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.
Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.
Wasn't aware I was or indeed intending to be impatient - merely passing on what I read in Press and commenting on such!
[quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.[/p][/quote]Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.[/p][/quote]Wasn't aware I was or indeed intending to be impatient - merely passing on what I read in Press and commenting on such! sixtyfourfive

12:28pm Tue 11 Jun 13

duffy says...

sixtyfourfive wrote:
duffy wrote:
sixtyfourfive wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.
Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.
Wasn't aware I was or indeed intending to be impatient - merely passing on what I read in Press and commenting on such!
It was just a general comment, nothing against yourself.
[quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.[/p][/quote]Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.[/p][/quote]Wasn't aware I was or indeed intending to be impatient - merely passing on what I read in Press and commenting on such![/p][/quote]It was just a general comment, nothing against yourself. duffy

1:04pm Tue 11 Jun 13

sixtyfourfive says...

duffy wrote:
sixtyfourfive wrote:
duffy wrote:
sixtyfourfive wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.
Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.
Wasn't aware I was or indeed intending to be impatient - merely passing on what I read in Press and commenting on such!
It was just a general comment, nothing against yourself.
OK - thanks!
[quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sixtyfourfive[/bold] wrote: The "paper" Press reports that City have been in talks with released Hartlepool left back Evan Horwood. He of course had a pretty underwhelming loan spell with City some years ago but to be fair has logged up a fair amount of FL experience since then.Interesting that Worthington does not see left back as a priority.[/p][/quote]Another example of why people need to be a bit more patient, players with any quality will be in demand and want to leave their options open.[/p][/quote]Wasn't aware I was or indeed intending to be impatient - merely passing on what I read in Press and commenting on such![/p][/quote]It was just a general comment, nothing against yourself.[/p][/quote]OK - thanks! sixtyfourfive

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