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    Jeff Hendrick M Newcastle (loaned to Reading) b.1992

    There doesn't seem to be a thread on the 19-year-old Derby midfielder.

    Nigel Clough is ready to offer him a new contract in response to interest from Aston Villa and West Brom.

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    He,Scannel and Gunning all pull out with injuries for the under 21s win last week yet all played for their clubs Saturday.

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    It was Liechenstein, probably for the best not to risk an injury.
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    Derby to offer Hendrick new deal to ward off interest from Wolves, West Brom and Fulham: http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/tran...cle814426.html
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    Saw young Jeff in the flesh , so to speak, earlier today. I was up in Derby on business and popped into Westfield for a sandwich. Jeff and Frank Fielding (Derby and England U21 keeper I think) were signing autographs in JD Sports for an hour - a pre-arranged publicity thing. Huge crowds were in the queue actually, easily about a hundred at any time.

    Pointless post but who cares.

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    Nah, he was surrounded by security. Wasn't worth the risk. Robbie Brady maybe.

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    Got motm in the English Sun's report on the Derby-Palace match at the weekend. They also added the comment 'Good enough for the Republic of Ireland'.

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    Good enough for Ireland right now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosby87 View Post
    Good enough for Ireland right now?
    No idea, that was a direct quote and they didn't add to it. Presume they just mean he's good enough to be in the squad or will be good enough to start for us in time. He also got into the npower Championship team of the week. Sometimes players performances are blown up a bit just because they got on the scoresheet so I wouldn't read too much into it. Does look a decent prospect though.
    Last edited by DeLorean; 27/03/2012 at 12:06 PM.

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    What kind of a midfielder is Hendrick? I've never seen him play.

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    Hard-tackling and a good passer of the ball. Likes to get involved around the box but mainly hangs back and lets others bomb on. I suppose in a similar mold to Whelan but I'd say with the potential to be a better player.

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    He reminds me more of Owen Garvan but with a lot more aggression. I've only seen both players a handful of times mind you. Hopefully his career will progress more positively than Garvan's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeLorean View Post
    He reminds me more of Owen Garvan but with a lot more aggression. I've only seen both players a handful of times mind you. Hopefully his career will progress more positively than Garvan's.
    Have to disagree with you on that. Owen Garvan is most like Keith Fahey, except just not as good. Garvan hasn't been helped by the fact that he hasn't been played in a team that have suited his abilities since Jim Magilton was sacked from Ipswich back in 2009. Also, his experience with Roy Keane since then probably knocked his confidence and unfortunately, I think he later made a mistake choosing to play with Crystal Palace over Brighton.

    Pro's:
    Both are comfortable and tidy on the ball.
    Both can take a good set piece.
    Both have an eye for a quality pass.

    Con's:
    Neither player has any pace.
    Neither player is fond of getting stuck in with a good tackle.
    Neither player has the athleticism to be a box-to-box midfielder.

    Hendrick on the other hand is much more of an all-rounder. Unlike Garvan, he isn't afraid to put in a challenge or get into an aerial battle to win a ball. He will work hard, isn't afraid to chase back to defend an attack. I would actually say Hendrick is more like a Keith Andrews, as in he's determined, he can get forward as well as defend, plus and he works hard.

    Whelan is probably most comparable to James McCarthy. Both have been our most defensive players playing league football this season; good work rate, putting themselves about, not getting too far forward and keeping the passing simple and direct.

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    Hendrick got MOTM and an assist for a goal this weekend for Derby County, a great athletic run to the byline before he whipped in a cross for Bryson to slot home.

    http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/Cl...ail/story.html

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    This guy will be starting in midfield for us come the autumn.

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    possibly, but I doubt it. Whelan, Andrews, McCarthy and Gibson all playing regularly at a higher level, not to mention Fahey who's a Trapattoni favourite
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    Never heard of any of those guys

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    Another assist for Hendrick.

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    Quick story on him in the Star linking him with a £2m move to Norwich. Would be a great club to take his first steps in the Premier League, especially under the tutelage of Paul Lambert.

    http://www.dailystar.co.uk/posts/vie...Jeff-Hendrick/

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