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Wise Keen to Keep Stack

Wise Keen to Keep Stack


Dennis Wise has expressed his wish to keep Reading keeper Graham Stack should the opportunity arise.

Wise also hopes to sign 27-year-old Danish stopper Casper Ankergren from Brondby on a permanent deal too.

Stack, 25 could find this to be a tempting offer as in his absence it would seem his replacement Adam Federici has more to the occasion and could very well maintain his no2 spot even if Stack returns to Reading.

A place at Leeds could be quite appealing to Stack as there is the chance of first team football meanwhile at Reading Stack barely made ripples in the water hardly challenging for a first team place permanently.

Dennis Wise commented that: 'They've shown they are well capable in this league and at a higher level as well,' he told the club's official website.

'Both Casper and Stacky have done great - it's good competition and this is what I was looking for.

'I'm not frightened of either of them going in and I'd like to keep them both. They're on loan, but I'd like to keep them.'

Personally I think Federici will become Reading`s long term no2. I don`t think ti will be too long before he is no1 going by what we have seen of him so far!

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Date:Friday February 23 2007
Time: 1:22PM

Comments

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Surely in the lad's best interests to stay at Leeds?
sandgroanun
24/02/2007 10:21:00
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Not a keeper of the quality you will need for your extended stay in the premiership.
iceman10
24/02/2007 13:45:00
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might do better there full time then he has here. never really made an impact - i mean compare him to federici, and theres no contest. fed is already getting rave reviews whereas stack barely made a mark on the club
link201
27/02/2007 13:00:00
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Stack should stay at Leeds, he's never going to overcome both Hahnemann and Federici here at Reading.
Rogue
27/02/2007 13:14:00
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Federici was named the Football Association's player of the round for his FA Cup heroics against Manchester United at Old Trafford. Yeah I nicked that off the BBC football website.
robbo_royal
27/02/2007 16:57:00
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