Date: 9th April 2008 at 4:17pm
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Oh dear, not sure how this will go down with Martin O’Neill. The last player to have a moan was Thomas Sorensen and we all know what happened to him!

Nigel Hokey-Cokey has told Sky Sports that he is happy to be doing a job for the team but admits he is frustrated at being a jack of all trades after being moved about recently as a utility player.

The former West Ham captain, it appears, wants a settled position.

‘I am doing a job for the team. Whether I am at right-back, a holding midfielder or in a more roaming midfield role, I will do whatever is asked of me. It can be frustrating as I cannot always get consistency into my game – I have played a lot of positions. It is slightly frustrating, but I am happy to make sacrifices for the good of the team. I always enjoy playing and making the fans happy.’

He added, ‘It is a learning curve – a good learning curve – but the way I see it, we are looking at an exceptional situation and we want to finish as high up the league as possible.’

Actually seems fair enough but I always think comments like that are better in the managers office than the press?


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