Need Patience With Youngsters

Last updated : 02 January 2011 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator

With the departure of Brett Pitman and Josh McQuoid in recent times, the Cherries have had a bit of a wobble in the run up to the win over Swindon Town, but Lee Bradbury is asking the fans to be patient as Lyle Taylor, Jayden Stockley and Danny Ings make the transition to first team football.

Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Bradbury is quoted as saying: "Lyle is a hold-up sort of player and brings players into the game. Ingsy can make a goal out of nothing. He’s sharp and is always going to be a threat. Ingsy has been brilliant in training for the past couple of weeks and it is the same with all the other boys. They always work hard and put in extra work and try to improve day in, day out, which can only be good for them. They are still young and still learning. They’re only young lads, just breaking in and cutting their teeth. Given patience and a little bit of time, they will be great players for the club and great assets".