HATCHET MAN: James is right - how will Hart fulfil his potential now that Given has arrived at City?

09 February 2009 10:14
It is not often that David James makes much sense, but his claim that Shay Given's arrival at Manchester City is bad for English football is spot on.[LNB] Keeping the bench warm: Joe Hart has been forced out by the arrival of Shay Given at Manchester City.[LNB]How is Joe Hart going to fulfil his potential to become a top class international goalkeeper if he is parked on the bench waiting for a rare opportunity to stand in for the Irishman?[LNB]   More from Hatchet Man... HATCHET MAN: Bennett's card is marked but his allegations are really no surprise[LNB]09/02/09 HATCHET MAN: The strife of Ryan sums up Liverpool's lack of strength in depth[LNB]09/02/09 HATCHET MAN: Sorry isn't good enough...and neither is Eboue if he doesn't cut out the indiscipline[LNB]09/02/09 HATCHET MAN: Platini's latest swipe at the Premier League is utter nonsense[LNB]06/02/09 HATCHET MAN: Kinnear's singing a different Toon from Newcastle over contract situation [LNB]06/02/09 HATCHET MAN: Everton's moment in the spotlight as chairman Kenwright acting up[LNB]06/02/09 HATCHET MAN: Who is Harry trying to kid by talking up Spurs' chances against Arsenal[LNB]06/02/09 HATCHET MAN: The one that got away! Shaun Wright-Phillips kicked up a stink[LNB]05/02/09 VIEW FULL ARCHIVE[LNB]  He needs games and City's wealth means he will not get them. [LNB]The transfer window demonstrated their commitment to gradually bringing through their young  players is no more than rhetoric.[LNB]If Hart is ambitious he should have been looking for a way out of Eastlands when City's interest in Gianluigi Buffon emerged.[LNB]Instead, he has paid the price for his loyalty and, with old man James still  England's No 1, it could prove costly for his country, too.[LNB] [LNB]

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