Thursday, 11 December 2014

Is Boruc now too important to let go?

We have only got Artur Boruc's services for another month unless a deal can be done to bring the shot stopper to AFCB on a longer or permanent contract. He has been a foundation stone for much of the team's good form and I hope he stays longer. Surprisingly, that also seems the opinion at Southampton where Ronald Koeman has come out and said that he would see little point in Artur Boruc returning to St Mary's in January.
Artur Boruc already feels wanted at AFCB.
That would seem to open the door for Eddie Howe and AFCB to come in for the Polish keeper on a longer deal. Artur's form has been impressive and the Cherries need players of such experience if they are to progress to the Premier League in one of the next few seasons. More players with that kind of value to add to the club can't be easily ignored and while it may mean that Lee Camp seeks a move if he can't get first team football, AFCB have to do what they feel is best for the club and what will give the the success they crave.

In his last match against Wolves, Artur was again at his best. He was beaten once but he made four strong saves that kept the Cherries alive and he was excellent with coming for crosses and organising the defence when we had free kicks to keep out. The best part of Boruc's keeping antics were shown though near the end of the game, when he moved the ball from six yard line and decided that he should move the ball over to the other side of the box. The delay infuriated the Wolves fans but all the AFCB fans were just taking it all in as Borus went about taking a few more valuable minutes out of the game.  

Let's hope his experience is something that AFCB decide that they can't afford to lose out on. UTCIAD! 

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