thejackhammer wrote:WHU_Stats @WHU_Stats 11 Apr
#WHUFC with Ricardo Vaz Te starting = 26 points from 13 games. #WHUFC without Ricardo Vaz Te starting = 12 points from 19 games.
The game after he scores and plays a vital part in the second and you want to drop him?
He is one of our most lethal players. Sure, he blows hot or cold at times, but when he's on his game he can be a handful for anyone. Not only that, it would seem he's very much a confidence player. I feel he has suffered this season, not only from not getting a run in the side until of late, but even moreso not getting a run when his confidence is high. He's been in and out, so hasn't had the chance to build that confidence up
After the part he played in almost beating the champions elect, his confidence must be high, so it would be madness to drop him, partly because that would only knock his confidence further, thus limiting how effective he might be in the rest of the season, but also to allow him the chance to build on that with a run of good form
The only change I'd consider, assuming there are no enforced changes, would be Noble in for O'Neil. I'm not sure about that, as O'Neil has been excellent in Nobes's absence, and I'm not sure it sends the right message were he to walk straight back into the side. Flip of a coin really between those two.