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A Vital Huddersfield Take On Lee Peltier

A Vital Huddersfield Take On Lee Peltier

With massive thanks to Terrier24 from Vital Huddersfield, it appears we've got ourselves a gem!

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1 - How disappointed are Town fans to see Lee Peltier move on?

Massively he has been perhaps our most consistent player over the last two seasons.

2 - What type of fullback can we expect? I know very little of the player in all honesty, but he's got some big boots to fill with how Foxes fans took to Kyle Naughton, do you think he's capable of filling those boots?

Foxes fans will take to him, always gives 110% and his pace makes up for any errors he may make. You have aquired a very consistent performer.

3 - How much are you going to miss his presence, Lee Clark said he fully understands the lad moving on and that you have options at right back, do you think his replacements will fill the void - if any will be left?

We have Jack Hunt, an academy product, that actually took Peltiers place at right back for some of the second half of the season, plus we have signed Calum Woods, another ex-liverpool trainee who can play right back, so we are covered.

Time will tell if they can fill Pelts shoes.

4 - As said, your manager has shown understanding in his move, do you think fans will react the same way or are you going to feel let down and angry?

The majority of fans understand Pelts leaving, and one swallow doesnt make a summer and all that. He was a key player but the team will develop and move on. We all wish him well and good luck at Leicester

5 - Any other thoughts on the player that those who don't know him well might be interested in?

He is truly a fan favourite, Foxes fans will take to him and he is also a good "tweeter" follow him on twitter @Pelts_86, plus you may find him frequenting Nando`s!

Good luck to him and to Leicester for next season.

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With thanks to Terrier24 and best of luck for next season back mate!
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Writer:SvensAmbition
Date:Wednesday June 22 2011
Time: 8:37PM

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Comments

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I actually met Peltier today; seems a decent enough chap. His recent disciplinary record leaves something to be desired though - 11 yellows and got sent off twice last season - but hopefully he'll be able to tidy up his game a little bit with Leicester.
Darren C
22/06/2011 20:41:00
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im glad nwith this move he will be a better player with leiester
AproudImp
22/06/2011 20:49:00
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good luck to both Pelts and leicester
Terrier24
23/06/2011 20:07:00
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You get around a bit don't you Darren lol Cheers Terrier http://www.huddersfield.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=245304
SvensAmbition
27/06/2011 17:39:00
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