WORD FROM THE WEB
TONY Pulis hailed the latest match-winning efforts of Stoke super-sub Cameron Jerome by declaring: "He's staying on the bench!" (Sentinel, February 12)
Just think how Cameron Jerome must feel after reading this. He is by a mile the best forward at the club. How can he be playing second fiddle to the likes of Kightly, Etherington, Walters, Jones and Crouch?
If Jerome was able to do as well on his full outings in the team as he does when coming on late, then criticism of Pulis would be appropriate. But instead Pulis shows he knows his player's limitations as well as his good points. Full marks to a great manager.
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Completely agree he's an impact player. I think he should be brought on earlier in games, though. The standard 60-odd minute mark would be ideal in my opinion. Not the last 15 minutes.
We need to start scoring more goals. Jerome scores goals, simple. Jerome should start the next game with Kenwyne.
THOUSANDS of people across Stoke-on-Trent were puzzled when a huge column of smoke sparked fears there was a huge blaze at the incinerator (Sentinel, February 11).
It's a shame that this smoke wasn't rising from inner sanctums of the stadium and that it was a signal that a new manager had been elected.
Could have been Mohammed Pervez talking about the Civic Centre move or Tony Pulis giving a team talk on attacking football. Both full of hot air. But it might be interesting if they did a job swap. Mr Pervez could show his reckless approach and Mr Pulis could rein back spending money.