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Is Peter Reid correct about Rodwell in this Mirror article?
17 November 2015 07:25 Post ID: #559250
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17 November 2015 07:30 Post ID: #559251 - in reply to #559250
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My view is that Jack was a good young player who was injury prone. Everton took the opportunity to cash in and the rest is history. Are City responsible for his current situation at Sunderland as a bit part player. In my view it was his injuries that plagued and blighted his career and had very little to do with his move to City.
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17 November 2015 07:57 Post ID: #559255 - in reply to #559250
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A combination of injuries which blighted his first season and a new manager coming in that didn't fancy him in his second season that saw him play so little football at the club. I have wondered would Mancini have persevered with him had he remained in charge, by all accounts he was a huge fan of Jacks.

No doubt his move to City affected his development one way or another but this is not exclusively a City issue, it can happen to any player that moves to a club with greater competition for places, especially when said player is injury prone.
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17 November 2015 12:29 Post ID: #559261 - in reply to #559250
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I think if Jack has stayed fit, he would have got into the midfield on a permanent basis.
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