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More Praise for Bullard?

Jimmy Bullard may not have been fortunate enough to play a part in the England victory against Andorra yesterday but the plaudits continue to mount up for the midfielder.

The latest to offer praise is the Derby County manager, Paul Jewell, who has been very fulsome in his praise of Jimmy.

Speaking to a local rag about Jimmy inclusion and his inspiration as a role model for young lads, Jewell had this to say,

'I'm really pleased for Jimmy and I sent him a text telling him so."

'He has got his head down and worked really hard. Something like this gives people hope, especially the younger English lads who maybe don't play for the big clubs, who may be find themselves at a lower league club.'


All very commendable but the devil inside of me can`t help thinking that Jewell should concentrate on what`s going on at Derby, no league win in almost a year, embarrassing or what!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday September 7 2008

Time: 4:26PM

Your Comments

Where do they get these godawful pictures for the database? Jewell looks bloated as if he was bitten by a pack of killer bees!
RussianHammer
I thought he always looked like that!
Al Billy
you'd better ask the Derby Editor where that one came from!
Putney
his face looks massive!
donfulham
is he only saying these things because he was once jimmys manager, ithink your jobs on the line mr jewell
dan the man
 

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