We said it after yesterday’s game and we’ll say it again – Ayoze Perez has been great for us this season and yesterday he was the hero by getting the equalizer just before half time, and what a goal if was for the 21 year-old, who was brought in for the Development squad last summer.
He took his chance yesterday simply brilliantly, and we don’t want to see this young lad sold this summer, whoever come in for him – selling our best players all the time is a failed strategy and Mike Ashley has to realize that.
Paul Dummett congratulates Perez after his equalizer
And it’s not too surprising that Perez is our Man of the Match, with a good 29% of the vote. and Vurnon Anita, Remy Cabella and Jonas Gutierrez also had good games.
It was a good performance yesterday for a change, and a repeat next Saturday in London against QPR with maybe Papiss Cisse and Rolando Aarons starting that game could see us even win the game.
Whoops sorry to startle you with that rather rash and outlandish statement.
John Carver cannot be cautious now with our best players either – we only have two games left.
And one reason the team did well yesterday was that they gave 100% and players like Vurnon Anita, Remy Cabella and Jonas Gutierrez all had strong games.
One player who really struggled yesterday was Ryan Taylor, and Mehdi Abeid should be brought in against QPR – John Carver needs to give the younger players a chance – he keeps talking about it but doesn’t do it.
But that’s John Carver for you.
It was a vital point yesterday, make no mistake about that – because it should give our lads confidence and they now have a decent chance of even getting 3 points at QPR – and if we can do that we may even be safe.
But we also cannot have a let-down in either of the last two games – if we do we could still be relegated.