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Hodgson: Cattermole Is Irrelevant

Hodgson: Cattermole Is Irrelevant

Roy Hodgson has dismissed Lee Cattermole's whine against Steven Reid by saying 'I don't care one little bit what (he) says'.

Speaking to the E&S in response to the Sunderland midfielders own little girl whining comments, the boss said.

'I don't care one little bit what Cattermole says. I think players do themselves an enormous disservice, making journalists' jobs easier. It's obvious that Steven Reid is not a big girl. He is a very brave, strong and determined character, as Cattermole has a reputation for being himself.'

And Steven doesn't bleat to the press either - bonus!

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Writer:Baggy Boy
Date:Wednesday October 19 2011
Time: 5:31PM

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