Date:Tuesday February 6 2007
Steve Sidwell`s contract this and Steve Sidwell`s contract that…
I`m really tempted to say this will be the last time I write a story on Sidders` contract until he signs or goes, but you know what its like on slow news days ;)
So now that crafty contract rebel is asking to see evidence of Reading`s future ambition before signing up his future at with the Royals…
The almost out of contract midfield ace has refused all previous offers of a conteact extension with Reading and refuses to speculate on his his future at the moment.
Speaking to the Daily Star, Sidwell said "'I am keeping my options open, it is a big decision for me and this is an important stage of my career, so I am in no rush."
Even though Reading are sixth in the league, Sidwell wants to know what Reading`s plans are for the future:
'I want to chat with the club again and see where their ambitions are, where they want to take Reading.'
I have mixed opinions on this whole issue now, I know a lot of fans who say 'let the f**ker go` and another lot who want the club to 'tear up trees` - as skipper Graeme Murty put it - to keep the boy here.
I really wish there could just be some conclusion to the whole fiasco, because frankly that is what it`s turning into.
Is Sidwell really worth it when he`s giving the club a run around like this? Surely if we are sixth in the league with Premiership football pretty much a certainty he knows the clubs intentions?
One view may be that Sidwell is worried about relegation next season, but if this is the case why not get a relegation release clause?
Please, let us know what you think on the whole situation:
Big Russian joins Dynamo Moscow (Thursday August 27 2015)
Portsmouth Vs Reading (Tuesday August 25 2015)
Reading 0-0 MK Dons (Sunday August 23 2015)
Reading Vs MK Dons (Friday August 21 2015)
Reading Vs Sheffield Wednesday- Opposition View (Wednesday August 19 2015)
Sheffield Wednesday Vs Reading (Wednesday August 19 2015)
Stats: Reading v Leeds (Tuesday August 18 2015)
Reading 0-0 Leeds- Match Report (Monday August 17 2015)
Fans show their support for Eamonn. (Friday August 14 2015)
Reading sign Paolo Hurtado (Friday August 14 2015)
|16. Derby County||4||0||4||0||0||4|
|18. Bristol City||4||1||1||2||-3||4|
|Sheffield Wednesday Finances to May 2014.
» Sheff Wed : 28/08/2015 06:00:01
|Audio - Carvalhal`s Comments After Owls Sign Turner On Loan
» Sheff Wed : 28/08/2015 00:27:01
|Wolves have selection options
» Wolves : 27/08/2015 23:57:01
|Winger completes loan switch
» Middlesbrough : 27/08/2015 22:14:00
|Big Russian joins Dynamo Moscow
» Reading : 27/08/2015 22:00:00