GUS: WE'LL GO FOR IT
Gus Poyet insists we'll be going all out for victory in our remaining seven games in the Barclays Premier League.
Gus Poyet insists we'll be going all out for victory in our remaining seven games in the Barclays Premier League.And first team coach Gus is hoping the ‘nothing to lose’ theory that served us so well against Portsmouth will see us convert possible draws into three-pointers.
Juande Ramos switched things around to great effect at the Lane with Pompey proving a tough nut to crack on Saturday.
On came Darren Bent and Jamie O’Hara for Aaron Lennon and, notably, a defender in Michael Dawson after 70 minutes as we committed men forward. Just over 10 minutes later and both substitutes had scored to secure a 2-0 success.
“We have seven games to go and we have to just try and be consistent and to try to win them all, even when we are away from home.,” stated Gus.
“I don’t think we are in a position where we need to be holding out for a result like a 0-0 or something like that.
“I would say 99% we are going to go for the games especially where we are in the table.
“There is nothing to lose really. You have to go and try and win games in order to add points to the table and it worked against Portsmouth. Juande was trying to open the game up, it was too close, too difficult, not many chances. We risked it.
“We have to try to win every game now. Like I said before we have no problems in the table - nothing to lose – so just go and try to prove we can win.”