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What is the answer for Jamie O`Hara?

When Jamie O`Hara went out on trial with Blackpool it looked like that would finally write the final chapter of his time at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Championship side appeared to be keen on him, with Paul Ince's only reservation being his match fitness.

But in his comments to the media the then Blackpool boss made it clear that he could have returned to sign him in January. Only for Ince to lose his job, ending that possible avenue out of Molinuex.

Instead the January transfer window passed with no interest in the once prized midfielder.

"It`s been very quiet. We haven`t had any approaches or any interest in him before the deadline at all," said Jackett to the Birmingham Mail.

He continued: "There haven`t been any situations and that does surprise me because if you look at his performances for the Under-21s, he has played well in the reserve/development games. He`s basically played every week."

"He needs a break. He needs somebody to believe in him and somebody to take a chance on him."

That said it is clear that Kenny Jackett himself isn't willing to give him that break or believe in him.

He can big him up to try and persuade other clubs to take a look at him, but why would they if Jackett himself has thrown him into exile?

Rightly or wrongly he's dropped so far down the pecking order at Molinuex that it's unlikely we'll see him proving himself on the pitch.

He hasn't featured for three months and that was supposedly down to a lack of match fitness, but by Jackett's own admission he's now been playing regular football.

So what is the answer for Jamie O`Hara?

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 5 2014

Time: 11:00AM

Your Comments

It's obvious nobody is coming in for him so I believe the best thing for all parties is for the club to come to an agreement and pay him off. 1.It gets him off the wage bill and 2. It frees him up to look for a new club.
johnwolf
The trouble is John why would JOH want to end up reaching an agreement with the club when he can sit tight and continue receiving his fat wage packet. The chance of finding a new club that would pay him anything like his current wages looks remote at best.
astraltrader
If he has any pride or ambition left.....then John is probably right. Agree a fee and send him on his way.
Rustmonkey
 

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