Date:Friday January 13 2006
Talking to Clubcall, Gino Cuthbertson has given his clearest indication yet that he is resigned to Izale Mcleod remaining at MK Dons.
'My concerns have always been for my player and his best interests. I think its best we now put an end to the speculation which has been unsettling for Izale.
'Izale is 100% committed to the Dons and his priority now is to score the goals that will help them secure their League One status.
'Izale is a great player with great potential and a great future in the game and there is plenty of time for him to progress and when it happens it must be with the right club at the right time.
Which hints that this is not the right time, or Wolves the right club. But if Mr Cuthbertson is looking to apportion blame for the drawn out negotiations with Wolves, he might be better looking a little closer to Milton Keynes than Wolverhampton.
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