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Queudrue - A Significant Gesture?

Very interesting to read in the papers that our ex-player, Franck Queudrue has failed to report for pre-season training up at Birmingham City!

Queudrue, as you may well remember, copped for a broadside, from those who run Birmingham City, when the Midlands club were relegated, from the Premiership, on the last day of the season.

Although an apology was offered, I can't help thinking that Franck has stuck his nose in the air in something of a hissy-fit and would rather, after such insults, be elsewhere next season.

Mind you, can't really say I blame him, can you?




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 3 2008

Time: 4:28PM

Your Comments

hardly an enticing thought is it? reporting back to play for Birmingham :-)
Fulham Badger
French Franck is a Teesside legend!
marron
Nor is Fulham but it appears your manager feels guilty about relegating Birmingham perhaps thinking he got more than a bit of luck? I mean do you really think that Birmingham want to be playing you in pre-season that's a joke! Your hardly a grade A Premier League club and next season will be very much like the last one for you. The players you're manager has signed since he's been at the club have been very mediocre. He signs worn out has beens your team is filled with pensioners. Schwazer is a fine example!
NDH
Hey NDH, Chill out man, you are sounding off like an immature schoolboy, you don`t have a chip on your shoulder since the Maine road replay do you ?.
martintheveg
Schwarzer is the only "pensioner" roy has signed right? You know as much as anyone that we played ourselves out of relegation and i think its just a little bit of sour grapes on your side, just a little :-P
oranje_emu
Smertin pensioner. Murphy. Schwarzer. Stefanovic. Kasey Keller.
NDH
who rattled his cage? nasty fellow he seems!
Al Billy
NDH - enjoy life in the Championship mate, come back and tell us how crap it is :-)
Putney
 

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