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What Will It Take To Get Him Out?

What Will It Take To Get Him Out?

Graeme Souness vowed to 'keep going' after the 1-0 defeat by Fulham, and as the list of injuries grows and it makes you wonder if ANYONE wants to play for him. We saw two more players added to the club's crippling injury list. Titus Bramble failed a fitness test on the ankle injury problem he sustained on Thursday while Stephen Carr was substituted at half time because of stomach pain, completing a miserable afternoon for Souness.

Souness: 'Titus went over on his ankle in training. We thought he'd be okay for today but this morning it was clear he wasn't. Stephen was excellent in the first half but he's had a hernia operation recently and his stomach was giving him problems, which is worrying.

'I chose to be in this job and things don't always go your way. But I'll keep going. As a manager you have to be optimistic and think things are going to get better.

'We scrapped in the first half and found another gear in the second. We feel hard done by. We had Fulham under pressure and enjoyed some good possession. We committed people forward and had a good shout for a penalty - their defender Ian Pearce admitted to some of my players he'd handled the ball.

'With the players available I felt we gave a good account of ourselves.'

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Date:Sunday January 15 2006
Time: 12:59PM

Comments

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it has been said that it would cost up to 5 million to get him out, well if most people want him out then why dont we start a collection? the Fans want him out so why dont we all chip in nd help Fat Fred out??
birkett1983
16/01/2006 15:00:00
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i wouldnt give souy a penny,this season is as good as over lets hope fat fred is lining up the right man for the toon for the start of next season and the scots --- does the decent thing and walks away ashamed of what he has done to the squad and fans moral and confidence
watty
17/01/2006 17:37:00
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