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Lewis Price Should Be The Goalkeeper To Go

Lewis Price Should Be The Goalkeeper To Go

That is according to the latest Vital Derby poll results anyway, which sees most believing that Lewis Price should be the goalkeeper that Paul Jewell lets leave Pride Park this summer.

Which goalkeeper should we let go?
Suggested by: Rammie
Lewis Price (52%)
Stephen Bywater (48%)

Jewell has said that three senior goalkeepers is too many, so one will probably be offloaded and Welsh international Price is the one that 52% favour seeing go, with Stephen Bywater retained to act as Roy Carroll's deputy.

I don't think that there is much between the two, and both would do a job asked but personally would probably sooner see Bywater go, and I still do think that he would be the one most likely.

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Writer:Gazza
Date:Saturday July 19 2008
Time: 6:08PM

Comments

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He played against the Millers today - but he didn't have a lot to do tbh
herringthorpe
19/07/2008 18:47:00
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Neither goalkeeper did really did they by the sounds of things. I would still keep him if I had to pick between him or Bywater to tell the truth.
Rammie
20/07/2008 12:30:00
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