Wednesday, November 09, 2005's international time.

Another quiet time on the horizon as we head to the 246th international break of the season and probably not going to be much news about over the next few days. I don't know, maybe we'll sack Pearce or sign back SWP to liven things up a little?
Two of our younger players Jonathan D'Laryea and Danny Warrender have had their loan spells extended by a further month with Mansfield and Blackpool respectively. Both players have seemingly impressed thus far with Pearce commenting "we are watching them and the feedback, as players and individuals, from their clubs has been fantastic."
David James has also speaking about his and the clubs future in the new edition of City Magazine.
"The direction the team is going is encouraging and I want to be part of it. It gives me a good foundation to work on and we will see what happens after that" said James in respect of his new contract which takes him upto 2007, and also joined in the praise of Pearce and improvement to the club since he took over from Kevin Keegan. "Firstly, there has been a vast improvement in my time here especially since Stuart Pearce took over, and secondly with Stuart being such a young manager he is still learning. He will improve with experience and so, as a consequence, should the team and the club. The future is bright."
James again has been one of our most consistent performers so far this season and deservedly earned his recall to the England squad for the Argentina friendly as there is no question he is a better and more experienced goalkeeper than either Robert Green or Chris Kirkland as an alternative to Paul Robinson - who has made a couple of glaring errors for Spurs this season without the media bashing that James has received.

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