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It`s All Liam`s Fault?

It`s All Liam`s Fault?

It would appear that Lawrie Sanchez isn`t that interested in keeping Liam Rosenior.

The popular full back, who was an ever-present under Chris Coleman, hasn`t been picked this term and if reading between the lines was an occupation we`d suggest that Liam is seen, by Lawrie, as one of the reasons why defensively we were inadequate last year.

In a recent media interview, this is what Lawrie had to say,

"I haven`t picked on Liam but conceding sixty goals last season wasn`t good enough. We`ve spoken. I`m looking for a positive reaction. I won`t keep unhappy players."

"We`ve raised the bar on what is good enough and all the players who aren`t in the team who used to be in the team have to reach up to that bar before they play."


Raised the bar! Some will question whether conceding two goals to a poor Middlesbrough side is raising the bar?



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Saturday August 18 2007
Time: 5:46PM

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Good enough for England U21 but not London Irish seemingly!
merlin
18/08/2007 18:43:00
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that's what it looks like! the whole episode is scandalous in my opinion!
Putney
18/08/2007 19:12:00
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Far better than Chris Baird at right back and the only cover we really have for Paul Konchesky at left back. Will be a big mistake for Sanchez to let such a prospect walk!
Zeno
18/08/2007 22:57:00
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football is full of mistakes! Take D'Urso yesterday for example - shocking decision!
merlin
19/08/2007 10:18:00
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