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Last chance for Fenham Eusebio

After years of being promoted as an 'exciting young talent` it seems that someone has finally got wise to the myth and mystery that is Shola Ameobi. Brought on for his debut in September 2000, it`s been seven and a half years of alleged promise from the lad as KK finally looks to pull the rug out from under his feet. Having played appallingly in the recent reserve game v Citeh at SJP, the gaffer has decided to read him the riot act:

'Our challenge, mine in particular, is to look at the club and assess players. I've told him what I think. You think he's a young lad, but he's 26 now and he's got to make the breakthrough quickly or maybe there's somewhere else he can do it. There's a better player in Shola than we've seen so far, but the test will be when he gets his chance - and he will. He's one of the challenges here and it's one I relish.'




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Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 15 2008

Time: 2:10PM

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Its about time Shola produced the goods and instead of shouting his mouth off ill fill Shearers boots and actually do it the better. Personally i cant see him improving he's slow cant jump and is'nt a goal getter he may score the odd one but i dont think he is hungry for goals.
davidmillzy
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15/02/2008 17:37:00

He's crap. Flog him to Norwich, Bolton or the Sex Beasts.
BaldEagle
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15/02/2008 21:28:00

 

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