Morris happy to play right centre for Blues
Roy Fraser has revealed that he’s confident that the Blues will retain the services of the services of Roy Morris as they look to build on their strong start to the season.
The Blues will open their campaign against their local rivals Everton on Monday at Goodison Park, where they’ll be looking to maintain their recent momentum against one of the top sides in the league.
With a string of injuries already to the Blues backline including Fraser, Scott Malone, Andrew McCullough and Michael Petrasso, manager Alex Neil is hoping that his side can더킹카지노 use their new-look attacking trio to give their opponent a hard time down the middle.
“I think it’s a big chance for us to build on the first four games and we’ll look to use our strikers to really push their back line and have the ball in the goal,” Fraser told reporters.
“It’s going to take a lot of performances out of Scott Malone and Andrew McCullough who play a significant role in the midfield. If we can add two or three really good attacking players like Scott and Andrew then we could make a big difference.”
Elsewhere on the injury front the Blues are looking to take advantage of their own luck to take a good start to their season on Saturday when they visit West Bromwich Albion.
New signing Willy Caballero has been ruled out of the clash with the Baggies after suffering an early groin injury in a match against Reading earlier this month.
Elsewhere, Fraser confirmed that he is willing to take the opportunity to see the full complement of midfielders featured in Monday’s game.
“I’ve had conversations with the medical team about the squad,” Fraser said. “We’re lookingospelhitzg to get the full squad in and that can take us through to the first training session.
“I would imagine we’ll play with some extra men this week, the idea is to get the players out there, get the fitness and conditioning up, the strength, 바카라and then go out and score some goals.”
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