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Dyer straits

Having been dropped completely from the squad due to his heed not being right, Kieron Dyer faces a real challenge to get either back in the side or his move to Upton Park. The Hammers leaked reports this weekend suggesting he passed but failed his medical. Meanwhile Sam revealed his feelings on the matter:

"Kieron is disappointed, obviously, because he wanted to see the move [to West Ham] through. Until that is sorted, he is still contracted to us and I want to use him - and use him at his best. Is it possible for a player in his situation to be at his best? If they are a true professional, then yes. There are a lot worse things that happen in life to footballers and they still turn up and produce their best.

Playing is what they look forward to most: football is their respite from whatever problems they have away from the game. He's still for sale, but we've had no contact from any other clubs but West Ham. It's in West Ham's hands. If they rescue the situation, then that's that. If they don't, he stays here.'

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The Journalist

Writer: Ross Molyneux Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 13 2007

Time: 8:15AM

Your Comments

When Dyer is running at defenders he has you on the edge of your seat..Anyone else you know has that ability?... Robben maybe? Nzogbia has pace but inexperience... Irreplaceable is what ive previously said and still believe.. Why minority fans dont want to see him excel in what could be his best few years in the game makes me feel sick to my stomach. But if you want to see him terrorising our defence in a spam shirt keep chanting abuse at him. Family reasons my ass$$$. Its those fooookin basssstard so called fans
Toon4LiFe
I *****ed on his Bentley last week.
SirLes
Yeh they havent helped Toon4Life but what can you do if his heart is wanting a move its better for both partys. I think they is more going on with Dyer than the fans know about tho.
davidmillzy
If he wants to go cos of family problems fine. But if his decision is based on bein abused by****ks like SirLes then than gets my blood boiling. And id foookin av any1 who says differently
Toon4LiFe
 

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