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Brown: Head and Heart Elsewhere

Wayne Brown has this morning continued to angle for a move away from Colchester United by stating in the EADT that his "head and heart" are no longer with the club.

The 29-year-old defender had looked set to stay following last night`s update by the Essex club, where owner and chairman Robbie Cowling seemed determined to pursue Brown to stay by attempting to change his mind about wanting to quit the club.

Brown remains steadfast, however, even after Cowling's official statement yesterday. He said: "I think it would be very harsh if the club stood in my way.

"I'm still desperate to leave Colchester United, and I've made that very clear with my chats to the gaffer (Geraint Williams) and Robbie (Cowling)."

Brown did make it clear though that he intends to stay in training until his future is resolved.

See the full report via a link at the end of this article.



Words: Vital Colchester
Quotations: EADT

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Writer: Matt_Us Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 12 2007

Time: 9:46AM

Your Comments

Let him go!
Deeno
Was that a sad let hom go or a happy one? It's a new era; could have done with him an Rio stiking around, but never mind. He's not getting any younger. What fee can we get?
Matt_Us
Will be sad to see him go. He'll be missed. Mayb we cud get 600,000 for im?
Rob_CU
I just think if someone does not want to be here then you will never get the best from them, so let them go.
Deeno
That is a good price. 600,000. So let's hope the lad from Arsenal is good!
Matt_Us
Other clubs must want him tho coz he's a top player n he's got a few more years left in him.
Rob_CU
Wot I mean is those clubs wud hopefully be willing to pay a half decent price for him surely.
Rob_CU
exactly. But we'vw yet to see who these clubs are, bar our friends at Hull City!
Matt_Us
***** sake
Gladderz_CUFC
...that was my professional opinion on the matter. he is needed more than curo was.
Gladderz_CUFC
If he doesn't wanna be here then they should cash in on him and invest the cash back into the team.
StevieG Col U
That's about the size of it, Stevie G!
Matt_Us
at least he's being honest!
Dales_Dad
Yeah. Curo was not honest. But the truth still hurts, too!
Matt_Us
 

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