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The Danny Webber Column: David Haye, Jay Bothroyd and Answering the Call of Duty

COS columnist and Portsmouth striker Danny Webber speaks on issues emerging in the game this week.

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Hi Everyone, hope you are well this week!… Before I start I’d just like to say thank you for all your questions, feedback and support in relation to my first two of pieces.

This week at the club has been full of hard work as always… After watching the lads being put through their paces and guided by the staff we have at our club, it’s harder to accept the fact we came away with no points against Doncaster knowing the amount of effort, thought and commitment that everybody has applied on a daily basis. Being injured allows me to see things from a different perspective and it differs dramatically from when I am actually training and playing which is all I want to do.

The gaming world has taken many people by storm this week with the release of ‘Call Of Duty Black Ops’… Every time they release a new ‘Call Of Duty’ there’s a significant breakdown in communication between men and women in the world, it’s a time when every relationship counsellor can expect the phone to start ringing.
Having watched the David Haye Vs Audley Harrison fight on Saturday night, I’ve got to say well done to David Haye for beating whoever is put in front of him but did Audley have any chance???

It’s good to see Fabio Capello thinking outside the box and having the bravery to pick people on performance and not just reputation. Well Done to Jay Bothroyd who has done well for Cardiff this season and is to my recollection the first outfield player in the championship to have been called up to the England Squad since David Nugent.

Again it’s been another eventful week in football, from the most expensive squad in the country unable to score a goal in two games to the league leaders having their defensive record stolen from under their noses. And, Nedum Onuoha deserves a mention for the quality of his goal at Stamford Bridge… It’s not every day you see a fellow mancunian skipping through Chelsea’s defence.

Have a good week, Stay Positive!

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