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Never Fear Monny's Here

Never Fear Monny's Here

It's the first Monny interview of the new season on the official website, and he's aiming to put us all at ease.

Speaking for the first time this new season (obviously discounting the statements about players were weren't bidding for) Martin O'Neill has taken the opportunity to let us know that he has a burning design to add strength, quality and depth to our 'small squad' (copyright overused soundbyte).

He assures us that:

'I am hoping we will be able to add to the squad over the next couple of weeks.'

And being mindful of the losses of Gareth Barry and Martin Laursen, he informs us that:

'There are obvious and immediate replacements that we are looking to bring in.'

Which is nice and that's about it, other than saying:

'We are all looking forward to the season.'

A sentiment some fans don't seem to share if you judge the feeling on the message board.

I'm not sure if this is a new interview actually, sounds exactly the same as what was said at the end of last season, in January, last summer minus the Barry and Laursen comments obviously.

But I think I understand it, he's simply lulling the Top 4 into a false sense of security and 5 minutes before our first competative match of the season we'll be unveiling World Class stars and taking the Premiership by storm.

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Writer:Mike Field
Date:Friday July 10 2009
Time: 2:30PM

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People bitch when they don`t think he is trying to sign players,when he tells us he is they write little articles like this,The man can`t win.
lerneravfc
10/07/2009 14:47:00
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People bitch when they don`t think he is trying to sign players,when he tells us he is they write little articles like this,The man can`t win.
lerneravfc
10/07/2009 14:47:00
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Don't worry. MON is on the ball. We will still finish higher than Citeh. Delph in.
Faangler
10/07/2009 14:48:00
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Don't worry. MON is on the ball. We will still finish higher than Citeh. Delph in.
Faangler
10/07/2009 14:48:00
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martin is one of the countrys elite managers so glad we have got him
Runtingz
10/07/2009 15:00:00
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martin is one of the countrys elite managers so glad we have got him
Runtingz
10/07/2009 15:00:00
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Kyle Naughton in talks to join Everton as Sheffield United accept £4m bid
B6_COMPANY
10/07/2009 15:04:00
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Kyle Naughton in talks to join Everton as Sheffield United accept £4m bid
B6_COMPANY
10/07/2009 15:04:00
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it is there but he seems to act like its his own money, we need to get the ball rolling or we will seriously be left lagging behind. He has done a good job so far just wish he wouldnt frustrate us so much in the transfer window
stanvilla83
10/07/2009 15:07:00
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it is there but he seems to act like its his own money, we need to get the ball rolling or we will seriously be left lagging behind. He has done a good job so far just wish he wouldnt frustrate us so much in the transfer window
stanvilla83
10/07/2009 15:07:00
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