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Matty Fryatt Thanks Fans

Matty Fryatt vows to stake his claim for a regular starting place in Ian Holloway's side as he thanks the Leicester fans for their passionate support.

'Obviously I want to stake my claim for a regular first team place and I need to perform well in everything I do at Leicester. In any job you have to keep on top of what you do and football is no different.

'If the gaffer picks me I will do my bit and if I'm not in the starting 11 I'll just keep on working hard and making sure I'm ready whenever I'm called. In the end these things tend to take care of themselves.

'I have to say the fans have been brilliant for me ever since I came to the club. They are fantastic supporters of the team, but I appreciate the way they have treated me individually.'

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Date:Thursday February 28 2008

Time: 6:35PM

Your Comments

nice of him to acknowledge you guys isn't it well he must be a fans favourite then
ozanne park rangers
Just stuff the scummers tonite. All of Pompey will be cheering you on. It will do you the power good to.
storagematt
Please can we have Doddsie at the end of the season
codbater
Coh, where have all the Leicester fans gone? Was hoping for some friendly banter ahead of the game next week!
StevieG Col U
come on leicester beat the poor relation pigs and send them down!!!! will be cheering you boys on!!
bladesforlife1889
See how passionate you are after Sunday's game....All the best..
quietman
 

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