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The Beast Across the Pond?

The Beast Across the Pond?

Transfer-listed Burnley keeper, Brian Jensen has indicated that he would like to make a move to Major League Soccer in the USA.

The 35-year old Danish keeper speaking to to Tipsbladet.dk has said that his agent has put the 'feelers` out regarding a move to the States.

"My family and I would like somewhere where we can understand and speak the language. We can in the U.S. and I`ve also had some contacts over there. As did my agent. He has feelers around. But we are really fresh on anything," he said.

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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Wednesday January 5 2011
Time: 9:09AM

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It worries me that if Jensen does go this transfer window, we could only have Grant left unless we move quickly in the transfer window with a new manager in place
turfmanphil
05/01/2011 09:12:00
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Surely he'll start against Port Vale ? That should help to bide the time until the new man comes in and makes his intentions clear regarding Jensen's future. His future for me is between the posts, with Grant back on the bench.
WelshClaret
05/01/2011 09:23:00
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Yep,agree with that Welshy! I just hope a new manager and Gray can get him to reverse his decision and come off the transfer list for the second time. Clean sheets could return
turfmanphil
05/01/2011 09:30:00
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Here Here firstly I totally agree get Beast back in the nets. He will be so on form and make sure he stays on form as has happened in the past when he has been dropped and then brought back in. I for one would be sad to see Beast go not only is he a fans favourite, he is a lovely guy to talk to and has a great sense of humour.
sheclaret
05/01/2011 09:39:00
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Agree with all comments above - It would be a worry if he left as to who would be our back up, I hope he does start against Vale and finally if he was to be brought back in I would expect him to be in superb form as per most other previous 'fights' for his jersey.
Claretdale
05/01/2011 12:22:00
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I also agree that I would bring him back for the Port Vale game and hopefully following a clean sheet let him keep the shirt. I remember last year the talk about him going to Portugal which was pure hype. I would think wages in the MSL vs wages at Burnley would enable him to swallow his hurt and stay and fight for that shirt.
VinRogue
05/01/2011 15:50:00
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He must surely at least play on Saturday against Port Vale. If not it will stink of sour grapes!
turfmanphil
05/01/2011 15:51:00
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I have a cup at work that has a picture of Brian Jensen on it and I now have a pen that was last used by Beast when he signed an autograph for my nephew at Reading on Monday. Hopefully he will get a chance to show what he can do again on Saturday.
RickersTwickers
05/01/2011 18:18:00
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I never agreed with with him being dropped & Grant still hasn't got a clean sheet to his name.
ruane
06/01/2011 00:36:00
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My impression is that the Beast is the best shot stopper and Grant the best distrubuter of the ball, so you play the best keeper for the particular game. Grant was clearly BL's favourite so he got the games. Hope the Beast gets the job on Saturday, puts in his usual sound performance, with a clean sheet and is not let down by slack defending, and stays to discuss his future with the new manager.
cornwallclaret
06/01/2011 15:17:00
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