PauloPerth Posted December 8, 2014 Share Posted December 8, 2014 Wotherspoon appears to play with very little confidence, which stops him from reaching the standard he is capable of on a consistent basis. He got a lift when he signed for Saints and was pretty good in the opening months of his time with us but when he has a few bad games, the head seems to drop more than most players. Hibs responded to that by dropping him, Tommy Wright tried to manage it by letting him play through it but that hasn't really worked either. The key could be simply making him believe in himself a bit more, as when he does, he can have a great end product as an attacking midfielder. His part in Stevie May's goal at Firhill last season was brilliant. Spoony just needs to take a leaf out of o'hallorans book. 5 or 6 weeks ago everyone was saying how he was so frustrating and would never make it because he didn't have a football brain. Since the 2 goals against well it's like a switch has been flicked and he's one of the form players in the league. He's a different player now, as he's now hungry to score and much more positive in his play. It certainly looks like someone has had a word.. Don't agree with the dons fan saying spoony is championship at best, though he might of been at a wind up ! He has loads of ability but he needs to deliver on a far more consistent basis. As mentioned, he has to toughen up mentally to move on from a mistake. Wasn't there on Saturday, but the games he came on v dundee and Ross co he looked much better than earlier this season. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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