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Registered On: December 27, 2013
As said on another thread, we are dreadfully short of striking options with a young, somewhat untried albeit talented young striker on the bench.
Non league match tonight which you would have thought would have been the perfect time to stick him up there with Loft and see what he’s made of.
Instead of that he sticks Loft upfront on his own which clearly doesn’t work and packs the defence.
I’m truly mystified why he didn’t start both Jessop and Wilson, doesn’t he realise they need game time to help bed them in ?
All this crap about having to depend on the youngsters and he’s failed to even play them in a game which would be described as many as a shot to nothing.
Swann is a disease this club should have avoided like the plague and Cox is incompetent. Failing to play Jessop when we’re as limited as we are in that position and to not start him is one of the most oddest decisions he’s made.
There’s just no sense behind it whatsoever.
Fast forward another 90 minutes without a goal..still got hardly no options upfront and still non the wiser what Jessop’s capable of at pro level.
Even from this early on, I think it’s fair to say he’s learned nothing from last season.