Registered On: December 25, 2013
The trouble is, with a number of these guys, we have not really seen them playing as part of a functioning unit.
This is the problem which, in the game, is referred to as ‘the continuity player’.
Such blokes may well eventually catch up and develop in a number of cases. Over months, how much would Loft learn playing alongside a Paul Hayes – or Jarvis off a Torpey?
This sort of player is not capable of lifting their game in a moderate side.
With experience under the belt learning from old hands, better things can happen.
One of the reasons I like the two young FBs so much is that they have enough about them to do their own thinking. Sadly, that is rare at this level.
Yesterday was a good example. In the midst of a shambles – how does a relative beginner even manage to put in an adequate performance?