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Olsson's Next In Line

Olsson's Next In Line

Well it looks like Bruno Berner has been supplanted by the young Swede, Martin Olsson as Stephen Warnock`s preferred replacement at left-back according to us VBers.

Olsson has put in some solid displays when called upon this season and looks to be maturing into an excellent full-back. Many had high hopes for him and he is starting to realise his potential.

Berner has just returned to fitness following an unfortunate injury in pre-season but he will have his work cut out to replace Olsson.

The results of the latest test are as follows:

Who would you rather see come in for Stephen Warnock at left back:

Bruno Berner 29%
Tony Kane 5%
Martin Olsson 57%
Andy Taylor 9%



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Writer:Roversman
Date:Monday October 29 2007
Time: 2:32PM

Comments

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He is starting to look like the real deal so I hope to see him progress further.
roversman
29/10/2007 14:36:00
0
Yeah glad about it, hopefully won't be another McEvely though!!! But sure he won't great to see!!!
roverjoy
29/10/2007 16:01:00
0
Andy Taylor is a great prospect. Olsson catches the eye because of his blistering pace.
nut all
29/10/2007 18:02:00
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Young lad, looks promising. I voted for Berner personally!
martinr
29/10/2007 18:08:00
0
My boy, my boy i claimed him from when he came, all mine, no HDM stealing of this one lol
sasman
29/10/2007 22:27:00
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LOL tone, uve said that now, hell end up being released on a free now! you've cursed the lad!
BomBom
29/10/2007 22:33:00
0
I voted for Berner too but would be happy with Olsson, three decent left backs... oh my lord, we didnt use to have one!!!
MikeyGamst
29/10/2007 23:08:00
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Remember Matteo???!!!
MikeyGamst
31/10/2007 17:33:00
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