He was poor today but he is our joint second top scorer this season. He might never be more than what he is, which is a lad who made a big leap from non league to the Championship, but he's hardly been the biggest let down this season. In most other circumstances, he'd be a squad player behind the vastly experienced and highly paid midfielders we have on our books. But as they've been hit and miss, he's probably had more game time than we'd have expected him to get. Although he's not young, I suppose in terms of experience he is, and young/inexperienced players need good coaching, which they almost certainly haven't been getting here, either because they had a manager who perhaps didn't seem to favour them (Pulis) or a manager who wasn't good (Woodgate).
I know we are not managers, but what would you of done differently?
The post match interview Warnock repeatedly talked about how bad the final balls were especially in the 2nd half, so you have to ask why didn't he change it?