Stewart: Disappointed

Last updated : 11 May 2008 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Twelve months ago, manager Kevin Bond released Gareth Stewart, only to be forced in to playing him when Neil Moss was struck by injury, and by being hit with injury problems himself. Speaking to the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Stewart is quoted as saying: "You've got to close the door on what's gone on before and hopefully open a new one. You can't just sit at home and worry about what might happen. I've got six to eight weeks to sort myself out. Although it hurts, I've got to forget about what's gone on before and move on. I will remember the good things but forget the negatives. It's difficult for the club because of the financial troubles and the relegation. I would like to think I would ply my trade in the same division as Bournemouth next season. Throughout my career, I've proved my worth in the league above and you don't play almost 200 games at that level unless you are good enough. I know I should have played more games but haven't due to a combination of different things. All my games have come in League One so I shouldn't have too much trouble in the league below. Anybody who knows me, knows I will go on to do well. I've no doubts about that and it's not about proving people wrong".