Date: 10th October 2006 at 11:42am
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Scans have confirmed that Thomas Sorensen hasn’t broken his collarbone in international duty for Denmark.

The official site says that the extent of his injury, picked up in the 0-0 draw with Northern Ireland, is still unknown but doesn’t appear to be as bad as first feared.

Stuart Taylor is on standby to deputise on Saturday in the Premiership game against Tottenham Hotspur.

Taylor last played in the first team 11 months ago in the 3-1 loss to Manchester City.

 

18 Replies to “Stuart Taylor On Standby For Spurs”

  • First Give of Newcastle , Kenny for Sheff Utd and now sorenson ?? its the weekend of the reserve keepers before long !!!

  • Yea there, the best defender in the country is out for Croatia game and is doubtful for the game on Saturday. Oh well looks like one of the brightest prospects in England will be stepping in, Tommy Huddlestone.

  • Scott, you abuvise little rat, does this ring any bells? You wrote on this site yesterday, “I’m not writing anymore on here so no point of replying as I wont read it”. Goodbye

  • hey you guys are almost sold out at home!!!
    Maybe you will be like us at WHL 1 day and sell out every match..

  • Yes the news is that we are the backbone of the englands squad. Unlike you villa splitters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Big up to the Scott

    YID ARMY………….

  • Backbone? Such as? I assume you mean Terry, Gerrard, Lampard and Rooney? Do they play for Spurs now?!

  • anyway,avoiding the temptation to join the elaborate abuse, back on the subject. all the best to Taylor if he does play. he’s a quality keeper and the way were defending, he will be well covered at the back, even so, get well soon tommy !

  • Will be nice to get a look at Taylor, especially after the debate last month over whether he should replace Sorensen. He looked a bit shaky at Man City last season, but if anyone can get the best out of him then its MON

  • My leicester mate reckons he’s a quality keeper. his trouble is he’s never really had an extended run (which he did at leicester). you would be hard pushed to find a reserve keeper who didnt look a tad nervy in his first game back, take cudicini, until ce

  • don’t forget Dawson!!!!! Huddlestone, no better than ex U21 Ridgewell, Roultledge so good he gets loaned out everywher is no better than Gabby or Whittingham ( 1 current and 1 ex U21)Jenas is just Crap Steven Davis is different class. lennon I grant you i

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