Selection problem for Sheridan

Last updated : 12 January 2007 By The Chairman
John Sheridan has a selection dilemma, albeit a nice one, after signing Sean Gregan on a permanent basis. Still singing the praises of his latest signing, he told the official site, "Sean coming in makes us strong, and he'll give us some more leadership on the pitch. He's a natural leader who isn't frightened to give rollockings to other players, and they listen to him as he's played at the highest level. Stammy and Will can only learn from him. Sean's a little bit like myself. He's a moaner and groaner who tells people what he wants. I've got three very good centre-halves now, amongst the best in the division. Sean's a very good addition, and he's come in after doing very well on loan."

"Full credit to Stammy (pictured). He came into a very hard game against Wolves and although he struggled for a little bit, he got stronger in the second half. It was good for him to get a game under his belt and he did well in the end. The hardest part of my job is leaving people out as everyone wants to play. If the players I leave out are disappointed, that pleases me as it means they want to be in the side. The only problem for me is I can only pick eleven."