Friday, September 26, 2008

Kanu Thinks Portsmouth Can do better when he returns

Nwankwo Kanu is not happy that portsmouth once touted as one of the team likely to break into the big four is now trailing and losing scandalously to teams. He is most unhappy with the display of the Redknap boys against manchester city where they concided an unbelievable 6 gols with no reply.
The Blues have gone worse haven crashed out of the League cup competition further looking like they are now relagation bound. A team that was looking at doing better than last season especially after qualifying for Europe.
Kanu Now expects rednap to make useful changes that will see his team challenging for silverwares on all fronts.
‘We’ve conceded four goals and we have to stop conceding.
‘We have to start keeping clean sheets.‘It’s a worry for all the players and the gaffer.
‘But he knows what we have to do. We are not happy.‘The only thing we have to think of is finding a solution.
‘Sometimes you have to make mistakes and you have to correct them.’
Said the Lanky Nigerian Captain.Kanu got a 21-minute cameo in the game against Chelseawhen he replaced Peter Crouch but could not remedy the situation as they still went down 4-0.
That followed his return late on against Vitoria Guimaraes in the UEFA Cup last week.
Kanu is however optimistic Portsmouth will take out their anger on Tottenham this SundayHe said: “The coach has told us what he wants and it’s down to us to implement it.
“The spirit in the dressing-room is good and we’re talking to each other, wanting to find a solution. “We want to give the fans something back. We don’t want them to lose confidence in us.
“But I believe on Sunday it’s going to be a good show and we’re going to win. I believe that because everyone is fed up with what is going on.
“It will be a difficult game for us because Spurs are trying to find their feet this season.
“The gaffer is pushing everyone to give their best, and I believe we’ll respond on Sunday – not just for ourselves, but for the supporters, because they have been supporting us with their whole hearts.
“I hope I’ll be involved against Tottenham. As an ex-Arsenal player, I love playing against them!”
Kanu might just be what Redknapp needs right now.

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