When asked about the current fitness status of the QPR midfielder:
'No, he's not fit: he's not fit to play football, unfortunately.
'He played in a reserve team game the other day, and I could have run about more than he did.
'So no, I can't pick him.
'I pick people that want to try, and deserve to be at a good football club like QPR, and want to work, and come in every day and want to work, and train, and show a good attitude.
'And that's what I got today from the players.
'When he starts doing that, whether he ever can do it, maybe he'll get a game.
'The other lads, I've got a fantastic group of lads here, absolutely superb, all of them.
'I can't keep protecting people who don't want to run about and train, who are about three stone overweight.
'What am I supposed to keep saying, keep getting your 60, 70 grand a week and don't train?
'What's the game coming to?
'The others are as good as gold.'
Nazerene wrote:..5 1st team games later & it's clear he may be in need of a review. Seems to have lost quite a bit of speed comparatively to his Genoa tenure, but compensates with brilliant awareness of space, & 1 touch passing.
In the game vs Maritimo he completed 100% of his passes in which majority were well timed vertical ones. His vision seems superb, especially considering it isn't something that stood out to me in his game at different clubs. Haven't followed him long, but he currently deserves a review in at least mentality, attack & teamwork.
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