Date: 16th January 2008 at 11:36am
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Matty Taylor does not seem any closer to a move away from Pompey, despite bids having already been accepted and Boro now said to have joined the race having been said to have offered £4.5m… this seems too far away for him and his family though surely?

He was not in the squad to face Sunderland last weekend with an ‘injury’ being cited as the reason, which is a touch too convenient really do you not think…

He is going to go, but once again we have maintained the stance that he will not go until a replacement is found, Peter Storrie said: ‘Matty wants regular first-team football and we understand that, but we need to bring players in first.

‘We have had a couple of offers and he has made it clear he wants to go.

‘No one is guaranteed first-team football.

‘We have received two bids which are what we want but at the moment it is all on hold until we are ready’.

The fella is not going to play again, so why do we not just get rid of him now?

What is the point of keeping him to make up the numbers if he is not even going to be used to do this – we will all be sad to see him leave, many feel it is the wrong thing but it is going to happen so lets just sell him and have done with it, so he and his family can move on with things as can we.

PLAY UP POMPEY!

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