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Warner Backed by Sanchez!

After committing a schoolboy error in midweek against Bolton, our current keeper, Tony Warner, committed another howler yesterday afternoon.

When he spooned in Mido`s low shot many suspected that Sanchez may well fire a verbal broadside across his bows. However, with Niemi still not fit, Sanchez has possibly used his man-management skills to better effect by remarking,

"You don`t want your keeper dropping the ball in the net too many times."

"I expected Tony to do better, he knows that. But we were still in the game at that point and Clint Dempsey missed an open goal. So it`s not just about the keeper."


Warner, since coming in at short notice prior to the Arsenal fixture, has produced some fantastic saves and if he could eliminate the schoolboy errors he could possibly go on to be a top notch keeper.

But has he the time left to do so?

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday August 19 2007

Time: 12:49PM

Your Comments

I suspect as soon as Niemi is fit he'll be back in!
merlin
Warner is a decent keeper but when Niemi he will be in goal for u lot I think.
Frisky
so far apart from the two fumbles he has been a brilliant keeper watch him on match of the day and you'll see but im sure Niemi will be back soon enough
Backslash2010
hes a good keeper everyone has an off day and makes mistakes
Custard
 

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