Monday, 27 July 2015

Junior has to find form regularly

There have been a few players that will have been disappointed by what they personally achieved last season at AFCB while the club itself had great success. Junior Stanislas has been honest enough to admit that at times he was "tearing his hair out". Being fit any yet not being selected is not what any player wants with such a finite career and Junior has found himself back in the Premier League again and has set himself the challenge of getting regular games rather than moving as he did when Burnley were promoted two seasons ago.

Eunan O'Kane with Junior Stanislas. Both players will
look to have a big game on Tuesday night. 
Although Junior Stanislas only made six starts last season he is disparate to show that he has the qualities to rival those of some of his teammates in the first squad and he has made a good pre-season start by scoring at Exeter City. He will know that he has fallen down the pecking order having seen Christian Atsu sign for the season and Josh King can also play on the wing, but with Ryan Fraser temporarily on loan this season he has a great opportunity to make his decision to move to AFC Bournemouth a good one. At the moment it has not worked out for him and he'll have to give his all to win over the crowd, but they will be fair to him if he does start to produce good performances.

The Cherries have always liked a trier and fans can see that Stanislas has been struggling. Many will have expected him to ask to go out on loan, but it takes bravery to stay and to try and make the team when you know you have not been the manager's favourite. Another season where he is not even making the bench will not be a good outcome so Junior has to give it everything and that just could start to change things around for him. 

Good luck for all those after tickets today for the Liverpool away match. Let's hope that the online site does not have too many major problems.

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