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Dyche backs Ings to stay focused

first_img The end of the January transfer window means Ings is certain to be at Burnley for the rest of the season but, with his contract due to run out in the summer, the subject is far from closed. There have been suggestions Liverpool and Real Sociedad are both looking to secure Ings’ signature on a pre-contract agreement, while the 22-year-old has also been linked with a number of other Premier League clubs. Clarets boss Dyche revealed after last weekend’s defeat by Sunderland that he considered leaving Ings out of the starting line-up because of the effect the speculation was having on him. Dyche, who has made little secret of his frustration at the amount of attention focused on the future of his star striker, said: “I think that’s the only game this season where it may have had an effect. “Players can just have a quiet day, and I thought he had a quiet day, so it might have been nothing other than that. But, with all the media speculation during that little window, I felt it did affect him slightly. “But I also said this week he’ll have a good week’s training, which he is doing, and he’ll be ready to go. “There are more players at this club than Danny. He’s a wonderful talent, I enjoy working with him. He’s a fantastic lad, I like him as a person and as a footballer, he’s learning, he’s improving; he’ll be ready to go hard and the rest of it will take care of itself. “I’ve been saying it for months. I’ll be saying it next week, the week after. I get it, it’s a topic, but he’s here to enjoy his football and that’s all I ever ask of him. “The main thing is to play with a smile and, when he’s like that, he plays well and we enjoy having him.” Unfortunately for Dyche and Burnley, Ings staying for the rest of the season was overshadowed by a failure to add to the squad on transfer deadline day. Sean Dyche is confident Danny Ings will be in the right frame of mind for Sunday’s meeting with West Brom despite ongoing speculation about his future. Dyche had hoped to bring in a couple of new faces to boost Burnley’s fight against relegation but could not complete any deals. That left defender Michael Keane, who turned his loan move from Manchester United into a permanent deal, as Burnley’s only bit of January business. Matt Taylor remains sidelined following Achilles surgery and is making slower progress than had been hoped. Stephen Ward (ankle) is back training with the first team while Kevin Long (knee) will not be fit until next season. Darren Fletcher is in line for his West Brom debut after signing from Manchester United. The midfielder is likely to start following his deadline day move, with James Morrison, who will be assessed, struggling with a knee problem. Fletcher has never experienced a relegation fight, but believes he has the knowledge to aid the Baggies. “When you win titles, you don’t win it by playing fancy football all the time,” he said. “There are times you have to dig deep to win football matches. “I have been there before where I’ve had to dig deep for results – I have done it with Scotland as well. There are many ways to win a football match and I am quite accustomed to doing that. “You need a good dressing room and a good team spirit and they have got that; hopefully that can carry us through the rest of the season. “The manager (Tony Pulis) leaves you under no illusions of what is expected of you on the pitch, how to be off the ball and what you’re expected to do with it and we’re working hard on that.” Jonas Olsson is training with the squad again after an Achilles injury, but will not feature as the defender is not yet match fit. Boaz Myhill could return to the squad after a hand injury and Graham Dorrans and Brown Ideye will be included after aborted deadline day moves. Press Associationlast_img read more

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Cruse, Freeman will not return in ’06

first_imgTwo more troubled members of the UW football team waved goodbye Tuesday afternoon as head coach Bret Bielema announced that defensive lineman Gino Cruse and Antonio Freeman would not return to the team next year.”After several discussions with both Gino and Antonio, I felt it would be in the best interests of both student-athletes and the Wisconsin football program if they did not return to the program,” UW head coach Bret Bielema said in a written statement.Cruse was credited with eight tackles, including a sack last season, while Freeman did not register a stat as a reserve defensive back.Cruse, who was slated to be a sophomore next season, was put into the first offenders program last December for destruction of property after he smashed the window of his then-girlfriend’s car in February 2005. Cruse was also cited for possession of marijuana and underage drinking at the time.Freeman also had legal run-ins as, according to a release from the Wisconsin State Patrol, Jefferson County police arrested Freeman for possession of marijuana in January, after stopping the players’ car for driving more than 100 miles per hour and suspicions of driving while intoxicated.The two join former running back Booker Stanley as players that have been released from the team since Bielema took over as head coach. According to published reports by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Freeman and Stanley are considering transferring to UW-Whitewater.Meanwhile, Bielema also released his first depth chart, letting out a limited chart listing the starter and reserve at each position, and also revealing that former center Mark Gorman would move back to the defensive line and that Jaevery McFadden’s move to linebacker from tight end would be permanent. Perhaps the most notable item on the depth chart is P.J. Hill being named the starting tailback for now, with Jamil Walker and Dywon Rowan tied for the No. 2 duties, and wideouts Luke Swan and Jarvis Minton were listed as the third and fourth receivers, behind Marcus Randle El and Paul Hubbard despite rarely playing this spring due to injury.Also, sophomore Kraig Urbik, who started every game last season at right tackle as officially been moved inside to right guard to make room for sophomore Eric Vandenheuvel. Vandenheuvel most notably filled in for Joe Thomas after the left tackle went down with a torn ACL in the Capital One Bowl.last_img read more

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