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Eastwood rues missed Coventry move

Eastwood rues missed Coventry move

Freddy Eastwood's season has been a major disappointment with the former Southend hotshot struggling to make an impact at Wolves.

A loan move to the Sky Blues fell through ahead of the deadline with Molineux manager Mick McCarthy keen to keep the player.

Eastwood has hardly featured since then however and said this week: "I would rather something had happened one way or the other.

"The manager ended up keeping me here and leaving the club was never the issue because I have never wanted to leave Wolves. I have just wanted to play football.

"The manager kept faith with me here and said I had a big part to play and I respect him for that.

"But since then I haven`t played a game. That`s disappointing, but I will keep my head up and keep doing what I do."

Writer:CCFC
Date:Wednesday April 30 2008
Time: 1:27PM

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Good man. Bad manager!
Matt_Us
30/04/2008 14:15:00
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He means well. Gets the fans going. Tries a bit - but the harsh reality is - he's not better than Ebanks Blake or Keogh. Keogh is definately not a great Striker - but he works his bum off and never gives up - He is a creater. Eastwood is a fantastic scorer but as lazy as that slob off Eastenders or whatever programme he is off!
PremiershipWolf
30/04/2008 20:57:00
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DITTO........LAZY......IS THE WORD.....
quietman
01/05/2008 08:04:00
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