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Whing urged to take his chance

Micky Adams has told Andy Whing that he needs to turn in a top performance against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday in order to keep his place in the side.

David McNamee's suspension hands Whingy his chance at right-back but the Coventry City boss warned: 'There are flaws in his game - whether they be physical or mental - that he needs to improve upon, and he knows that.

'I am looking for consistency from Andrew Whing and if we can get that then he has got all the attributes to be a player here.

'But it is a real problem for him.

'That is not being too critical of him because on his day he is as good as there is in the league.

'But there are times when he needs to concentrate more and work at his defending.'




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Writer: CCFC Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 29 2006

Time: 3:14PM

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Whing never had a chance. The pressure on him told and he didn't play well. A succession of managers have not allowed him to progress. properly.
skyblueox
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01/10/2006 11:08:00

He always seemed to be the easy option to drop,has never been given the fair chance but can never take away goal number 6
roberts
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01/10/2006 16:36:00

exactly roberts and when did that arrive...after a sustained run in the team. Not as if Macnamee is much better anyway.
skyblueox
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01/10/2006 17:40:00

 

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