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Butland Happy With Blues

Jack Butland has said that he has no intentions of moving away from St Andrews and just wants to get more games in after making his league debut on Saturday.


The man who won an England cap before he got to play in his club's senior side is happy with Blues and the way things are going at the moment, and he is not worried about teams that are said to be interested in his performances.


The 19 year old told the Sun: 'There is nothing more important for me at the moment than staying put and playing games.


'I'm still only 19 and there is no rush. I don't know how many 19-year-olds are playing in the Championship - there's certainly not many in the Premier League.


'I know I have the chance to play games here and that's important. Hopefully it will keep me in the England set-up.


'If I was to move and I wasn't getting games, it would hit my chances with the international side.'




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Writer: Foxxy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday August 20 2012

Time: 12:33PM

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He will become our best keeper ever, he's a natural
gedderz
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20/08/2012 12:53:00

He's certainly had a really good month, good luck to him, he's dedicated.
BluenoseTrev
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20/08/2012 16:56:00

Got an old head on his shoulders for such a young un, nice to see in this day and age of the youth being such tossers
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21/08/2012 13:59:00

 

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