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Aug 14, 2009
Westcliff riviera
I said in my earlier match report post that Weston would be the subject of a fair amount of debate and so it is proving. The various comments appear to be reasonably evenly balanced between the good and not so good, and let me say I don't have a problem with Weston's play apart from his finishing. His pace and normally his control can be above normal FL1 in my opinion, but he just can't get shots away on target, If he could he would probably be playing in the championship.

So is he a out and out winger who creates, or is he a striker as he feels he is in his last Echo interview? For what it's worth I have him down as the former, a winger, as his goal ratio does doesn't do it for me as a striker. Which then makes me wonder how he should now be developed in the side. Intensive shooting practice from an attacking coach, or persevere with the winger/impact sub approach?