John Hendrie column: Early Nahki Wells naivety summed up by milk demand

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Nahki Wells has come a long way since first joining City Nahki Wells has come a long way since first joining City

John Hendrie column

I remember when Nahki Wells first joined Carlisle before he had a car.

Greg Abbott put him in a club flat and said: “If there’s anything you need, here’s my mobile number. Call me any time.”

It was a Friday night and Greg’s at home looking over his tactics for the next day’s game when the phone goes. It’s Nahki.

“Boss, I’ve no milk. Can you go to Asda and pick me some up?”

I better not repeat the response but that was the naivety of the young lad. He’s come a long way since then.

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6:17am Tue 21 Jan 14

doneBD4 says...

Good lad Nahki, I'd do the same. :D
Good lad Nahki, I'd do the same. :D doneBD4

8:23am Tue 21 Jan 14

Michael Clayton says...

This is one of the funniest sporting anecdotes I have ever read.
This is one of the funniest sporting anecdotes I have ever read. Michael Clayton

6:40pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Hove edge bantam says...

Yawn !!!!!!'!!!!!!!!!!
Yawn !!!!!!'!!!!!!!!!! Hove edge bantam

8:24am Wed 22 Jan 14

Michael Clayton says...

Hove edge bantam wrote:
Yawn !!!!!!'!!!!!!!!!!
In next weeks' column, we will hear about how Abbott collected a take-away meal for the Bermudan.
[quote][p][bold]Hove edge bantam[/bold] wrote: Yawn !!!!!!'!!!!!!!!!![/p][/quote]In next weeks' column, we will hear about how Abbott collected a take-away meal for the Bermudan. Michael Clayton

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