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Doyle quashes Reading link

Doyle quashes Reading link

Some people say, don't ever go back as it never works out, I'm not sure who they are, but rumour has it Kenny Dalglish has said it recently.

Well, whoever said it, they appear to have had a whisper in the ear of Kevin Doyle, who despite all the rumours and links suggesting he was about to return to Reading following their promotion back to the Premier League, the 28-year old Wolves forward has stated that he will not be returning to Reading.

'I don't think, personally, you should ever go back. Everyone says it's never the same. My four years was brilliant and I wouldn't like to ruin that.' he told Sky Sports.

He was quick to add, that he hasn't turned down a move to Reading, he was just simply commenting on the speculation: 'Not that I've had the option (to return), by the way. I've not spoken to Brian (McDermott), just to wish him all the best. They've had brilliant success the last two years and they've come up this year. They've got enough strikers and players.'

Brian McDermott initially signed Doyle for Reading in 2004 for a fee of £80,000 from Cork City, while we paid £6.5 million for him in 2009.

Following our relegation he has been linked with leaving Molineux, with a reported fee of around £4 million.

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Writer:Akela
Date:Wednesday May 23 2012
Time: 9:50AM

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4 millions is peanuts, as you englishmen say :) I think at least some of the players must read fan forums from time to time, so : Doyler, please stay !
PanFiluta
23/05/2012 13:54:00
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I'll second that , PLEASE STAY KEV !!
AdMant
23/05/2012 17:23:00
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I think he will. Especially if the new manager makes the wild suggestion we use him as a forward and not a winger or a mule.
New York City Wolf
24/05/2012 04:00:00
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Agreed, NYCW, but the key to his success is a strong defence behind him. As you say, he was misused this season, either playing wide or as a general dogsbody, as well as having to cover back to shore up our dodgy defence. As his performances for Ireland show, he can play upfront in tandem with another striker or, if necessary, as a sole attacker cum holder-upper. With cinfiudence in the players behind him, he can regain his form of our first season up.
Southbank60
24/05/2012 08:17:00
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... even more importantly, he needs confidence in the players behind him!
Southbank60
24/05/2012 08:24:00
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I trust that was the wine old pal! excellent choice.
New York City Wolf
26/05/2012 07:26:00
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