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Dyer Staying

Nathan Dyer has decided to stay. Whoop Whoop. Anyone else not really bothered by his decision? His reason... he likes the new set up at the club. He told saintsfc.co.uk 'I never wanted to leave the club, but I had to make sure it was right to stay'. So in laymans terms he wanted to make sure he got a bit fat pay cheque to stay at the club.

There is no doubting the lad has got talent. And pace to burn. But for someone so young to dictate to a club is just wrong, especially when the club stuck by him in his recent court appearance.

Lets just say im sceptical of his reasons and the only way he will turn me round is by getting it right on the field.




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Writer:therainmaker
Date:Thursday July 24 2008
Time: 6:28PM

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to do community service.
storagematt
27/07/2008 22:49:00
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I think he should be made to do his Community Service in the City he comitted the crime.... There's a couple of bus shelters that need cleaning in a nice little area called Portsea... Grab ya mop Nath and come on down...
Chix
02/08/2008 07:22:00
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Thieving toerag - he's done himself no favours at all there. A talented player stuck in the ranks of a team on the decline....damn shame.
Tantona
03/08/2008 02:42:00
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I wouldnt say a team on the decline, but dont think he has done himself any favours
therainmaker
05/08/2008 22:39:00
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