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Murty Another Killer?

I am sorry, but I find this situation very strange. More than that, I find it downright surprising and slightly worrying.

Murty was released last week because of his knee and ankle injuries. Last season he managed a total of 9 appearances for the club and not all were for the complete game.

Having had the four year fiasco with Killer I pray that we are not going down the same road again.

Murty has been allowed by Alan Pardew to train at Staplewood to try and get fit enough to join in the pre-season training when it begins.

Whilst GM has shown considerable skill in that position, I am afraid that He has gone physically. I know that I back AP in his dealings but I am wary of this one.

GM admits that his two injuries have been major ones and that AP has given no guarentees with regard to the future.

My hope is that if Graeme does manage to get back to peak fitness he is able to do a job for us without interruption.

I would expect to see AP put Graeme on a play for pay type of scheme. That said who will want to come to Saints as our RB knowing that we may have Murty still on board.

We need to get one if not two RB's in before next season and this situation could be detrimental to our cause.




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Writer: SFC Forever Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday May 22 2010

Time: 12:47PM

Your Comments

I would be worried to if it wasn't for the fact that AP is the manager. I'm sure that he wil only give a contract if he is 100% certain of the situation.l
stellarnw
He did look ok when he played tho.
VSgirlT
He should have retired gracefully instead of this.
VS sparkle
I hope Murty can get back to full fitness as he has proved he is decent player but think we should all trust AP's judgement.
iwred&white
 

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