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Wise: Stop Crying Over Embargo

Wise: Stop Crying Over Embargo

Former Swindon Town manager Dennis Wise was un-sympathetic towards Swindon Town's current financial plight.

After Wise's Leeds United beat Town 2-1 at Elland Road on the weekend Wise snapped at current Swindon Town boss Paul Sturrock saying, 'Please stop crying, Paul. We have been in the same situation ourselves. It's how you deal with it that counts.'

Wise also went to say that he found a way of dealing with the embargo and said 'At the moment I know he can't do anything and it must be frustrating for him. He just has to get on with it. He has some decent players who caused us problems and I'm sure they will do well in this league.'

Leeds were hit with a 15 point deduction as well as a transfer embargo prior to this season but have since erased the 15 point deduction and currently find themselves 4th in the League One table.

Writer:Aaron Hughes
Date:Sunday November 18 2007
Time: 9:58PM

Comments

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I don`t think it was meant in a bad way, just saying get on with it. Nobody has any sympathy when stuff like this happen so sod em all!
yorkshirepride1
18/11/2007 22:36:00
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thats rich coming from the guy who cried, whinged,and abused at a referee - enough to get a touchline ban - whose gotta to get over it !! do yourselve a favour Wisey - if it don't need saying don't say it. I have respect for you up to this point and feel sure your team at present are good enough to go up.
APG_STFC
19/11/2007 14:32:00
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Wise has a point though, its not going to change so we need to get on with it. COME ON TOWN!
STFC_Gazza
19/11/2007 17:10:00
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