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Johnson Won`t Comment on Everton Departure!

Sitting watching the press conference, it was interesting that Andrew Johnson displayed an air of diplomacy when asked about his Everton departure.

With rumours rife that Moyes and Johnson didn`t get on I guess the assembled media were simply probing in the event of getting a juicy reply.

So, the genuine lack of an answer, whilst admirable, may well give the tabloid journalists ample opportunity to speculate further.

Interesting!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 8 2008

Time: 1:23PM

Your Comments

AJ was Moyes darling, there was never any doubt about them getting on, apparently it all began when AJ opted not to play against Preston during this pre-season, leaving the stadium in a taxi, which left Moyes high and dry. It was his decision to leave as far as i know. good luck to him!
toffeetower
He had come out and said he wants to play for us! which is nice. Must see we are heading places
oranje_emu
said we were his home town team - can anyone verify that?
Al Billy
he's a London lad that's all I know - I'll try and trace which part of our city he heralds from!
Putney
my research shows he was born inn Bedford!
Putney
 

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