posted on Aug, 17 2004 @ 11:27 AM
Kieron Dyer's agent on Tuesday insisted the midfielder is "not looking for a transfer" as a fans' backlash gathered pace over his alleged refusal to
play where manager Sir Bobby Robson wanted him to.
Fans have inundated radio phone-ins and a local newspaper on Tyneside after Dyer was used only as a substitute in Saturday's 2-2 draw at
The 25-year-old was reported to have had a training ground bust-up with Robson about his desire to play in central midfield but the manager did his
best to play down the rumours after the game at the Riverside Stadium, while team-mate Aaron Hughes on Tuesday insisted that he was unaware of any
bust-up between the two.
And as speculation mounted that fed-up United are ready to offload one of their most gifted but problematic performers, Dyer's agent Jonathan Barnett
also tried to smooth things over.