Date: 1st March 2012 at 1:56pm
Written by:

Liverpool academy player who was considered good enough by Stuart Pearce to represent England Under 21’s, was a success at Barnsley given his first opportunity at week in, week out football and has barely put a foot wrong whenever he has pulled on the gold shirt. He made a great start just after we signed him, ticks all the boxes of an old fashioned winger, yet was practically dropped like a stone by Mick McCarthy, and was never given a proper chance. As I have just written in another thread, Terry got the job because no one else would take it and whilst the whole process and outcome was a farce, he has the job until the end of the season and the best we can do is support him and our team. He has just had multiple points knocked off in my book by allowing Adam Hammill to leave our club on loan. I have no idea what the bloke has done wrong, but where is the sense in allowing a game changer to leave the club when we have 12 games to save our Premier League status? I think he is a great talent. He is quick, loves to run at players, can cross and has the occasional wonder goal in him. I would like to hear someone from the club explain the logic behind this.