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Rasiak Going Nowhere

Rasiak, an August transfer target for Wolves, and a player mooted as a possible target again this month has publicly stated his desire to stay at Tottenham, ruling out a move to The Championship.

'I'm waiting patiently for my chance and if I get an opportunity I'll do everything I can to take full advantage,' said Rasiak.

'It's a decision for the manager. I haven't had a conversation with martin Jol but I'm sure he is counting on all the players.

'I believe I will get my chance now. I have absolutely no regrets about joining Tottenham. I'm training with great players and thanks to that I'm improving my game. I see that as a big plus for being at White Hart Lane.'

Wolves true recent interest in Rasiak pprobably only ammounted to tabloid speculation, but for Wolves fans, its another player to scratch from their transfer lists. And so far, another day with no new signings.




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Date:Friday January 13 2006

Time: 3:29PM

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hope, Rasiak would improve his skill from now on with Spurs!!! Let's give him a chance one more time, I think he will contribute more for spurs after reading his statement on the newspaper!!!!
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i have to say that rasiak appeared to try too hard against leicester and in doing so upset his normal game(whatever that may be) and i think that we should give him one more chance as surely he can never play that bad again!!!!!!!!! can he ?????????????? goonhater
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