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Bendtner Doesn't Want To Leave

Bendtner Doesn't Want To Leave

Well that's nice isn't it, apart from he doesn't want to return if he isn't guaranteed a starting place.

If he can get in the starting lineup therefore he'll be off like a bolt.

Thrilling news to Steve Bruce and Blues fans no doubt. And herein lies the problems of training up other clubs players for them.

Bendtner is with us until at least January but the best case scenario is that he'll be off at the end of the season.

Speaking to Ritzau Bendtner said:

'It's Arsenal who decide.

'But I know that they will not call me back unless they have at least got a place for me in the A squad.

'I will not go back to play for the reserves.

'The least that I should get is a place on the bench.'

Now that the smell of arrogance has passed everyone by do you think Little Nicky should remember that although he's making a name for himself, he hasn't made it yet and comments like that are hardly likely to endear him to either Blues fans or anyone connected with Arsenal.


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Date:Wednesday October 4 2006
Time: 5:19PM

Comments

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it seems like he has got a bit of a bad attitude. Just because he is from a bigger club he expects a first team place
jono_forest
04/10/2006 17:30:00
0
Should send him back to Arsenal now and let him rot in their reserves. If he thinks a couple of goals in the Championship is enough to earn him a place on their bench then the lad is serious dreaming. Why are we wasting the Forse for this uncaring arrogant muppet.
KRO
06/10/2006 04:13:00
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he certainly thinks highly of himself, he needs to get a full season behind him playing regular first team football first.
dazza71
08/10/2006 15:14:00
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Nothing wrong with confidence.......but a fine line between arrogance.
Blackeye
09/10/2006 11:39:00
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