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Sorensens' International Pressure

Denmark coach has questioned Martin O'Neill's decision to not even have shot stopper Thomas Sorensen on the bench.

Hang on a minute, he has only just recovered from his injury hasn't he?!

Morten Olsen told Ekstra Bladet:

'The manager of the club has decided that, but I don't understand it at all. Thomas is not even on the bench and he is surely too good to be a backup.'

He also says that this will effect Thommos international chances, a warning he has issued before:

'In the long term, it will naturally be a problem for us and I have also told Thomas that. But I don't think Thomas' situation is a problem for the upcoming matches.'

A sure exit this summer as his contract runs out and there will be no shortage of takers you think?




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday October 4 2007

Time: 6:02PM

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I dont think that MON will care two hoots what Morten Olsen thinks, nor should he. The name of the game is what's right for AVFC.
glensider
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04/10/2007 20:31:00

Agreed, Olsen is only looking for match practice for his player. He does not care what happens at VP.
Gordonsleftboot
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05/10/2007 07:50:00

carson, or sorenson, carson, or sorenson, daddy or chips? Not a tough choice is it.
Stig
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05/10/2007 08:45:00

Morten Olsen when he becomes manager of Aston Villa can pick the team! Until then I suggest he keeps faith in his keeper if he's that good.
col8
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05/10/2007 11:52:00

mini schmeicel at man city will be the new dannish number one very soon anyway...
industrial_musical
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05/10/2007 13:29:00

Carson needs to drop a clanger before tommy gets another chance. i feel a bit sorry for tommy as i thought he did ok last season. anyway Olsen can say all he wants but he's got f-all to do with our club UTV
*Holte*End*Star*
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05/10/2007 14:10:00

Thomas will have to move on to rescue his career, I think we all know that. His VP days look decidedly numbered.
glensider
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19/11/2007 15:59:00

 

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