Registered On: May 21, 2018
Not really rocket science is it, if Cox thinks he’ll do more damage to the team by being on the pitch than off of it then he’s not going to play him.
This is the only logical explanation for me. No matter how shit he may be he is a striker who we are paying so logic would say give him a go.
Supposedly he was blamed for a goal last season so the only thing that makes sense is that Cox doesn’t trust him to do his work defensively, pick up his man at corners etc and considers him a liability.
Jessop on the other hand needs a chance. If you don’t think he’s good enough yet get him out on loan cos if you’re not going to pick him now then what’s the point of keeping him around?
Stick him up front with Beestin or Hallam as 10 and give him a chance.