Thursday, February 2, 2012

Mowbray insistent over Williams

Middlesbrough manager Tony Mowbray has once again insisted Rhys Williams will not be allowed to leave the club despite the young Aussie being linked with a move to the Premiership.

Williams, along with the likes of Matthew Bates and Marvin Emnes, has been heavily courted by a number of top-flight clubs according to live soccer betting markets. However, Mowbray has made it clear none of his squad’s key players will be allowed to leave the club, who are looking to secure a return to the Premier League.

“I'm pretty sure that anyone we don't want to lose won't be leaving,” said Mowbray.

“Rhys Williams is not out of contract and talking to him the boy's pretty comfortable here so I don't see that being an issue.”

“He wants to try and help us get back to the Premier League.”

The versatile Williams has been an ever-present in the Boro side this season, helping the club to fourth in the Championship. The club are now in a great position to mount a genuine bid for promotion this season and will need their star players such as Williams if they are going to have any chance of getting out of this league.

If Middlesbrough fail to secure promotion back to the Premier League, then soccer betting tips suggest they would struggle to hang onto the talented 23-year old. Bolton, West Brom and QPR are among a host of top-flight clubs that have reportedly been tracking the Perth-born midfielder, and will all still be interested come the end of the season.

Promotion will be important for Middlesbrough for a number of reasons; hanging onto their star players will be just one of those.

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