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Upson Unclear On Future

Matthew Upson has said his future is unclear, because if he doesn't play who would want him anyway.

Speaking to the press, the 27 year old defender said:

'I don't know what's going to happen. People say 'maybe he's going to be sold' but if I don't play any matches who is going to take me?

'I have got no idea. All I care about is playing football again. The moment I do that, things may happen.

'Until then, until I get back on the pitch and play four or five games and get back to where I know I can be - and potentially better than I've ever been - who knows what my future is.

'My priority is to get back playing, that's my only concern. I'd love to play a part and help the club get promotion. I feel the Premiership is where the club belongs.'

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Date:Monday November 27 2006

Time: 11:36AM


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