Easter tries to mend bridges

09 October 2007 03:00
Wycombe Wanderers striker Jermaine Easter has apologised to the club's fans and admitted that his attitude in the last few weeks has been poor. Paul Lambert dropped the 25-year-old Wales international for the club's last three matches and the Chairboys boss said he was prepared to leave him in the reserves for the rest of the season until he changed his attitude. Easter has since written a message on Wycombe supporters' website 'The Gasroom' saying sorry for his recent behaviour. He confirmed after the match against Notts County that the message was genuine and had been posted by him. Lambert had said after the 3-1 victory against County: "I've said enough about the Jermaine Easter thing. It's the game that I'm more worried about. "I've spoken to Jemma, but I've said enough on it. He goes away with Wales this week and I will speak to him when he comes back."

Source: ESA