Strikers don’t grow on trees – Sturrock

21 Sep

Blues boss Paul Sturrock has urged Southend fans to be patient over the acquision of a new striker.
The 53-year-old hinted in an interview following the Morecambe game that Southend could not compete financially with fellow League Two sides.
And although he is attempting to try and bring in a new forward player, he has admitted that his quest is “difficult”.
Many fans are eager to see a new forward player at the club.
However, it is the defence that has come in for criticism in recent weeks following the 3-2 home defeat against Morecambe and the 2-1 reverse at Northampton.

Sturrock: Striker quest is "difficult"


One Response to “Strikers don’t grow on trees – Sturrock”

  1. Alan Balls September 21, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    Find it very strange that we have two up and coming young strikers in Spencer and Paterson and neither seem to get a game. Is that because they are in direct competition with Mr Sturrock’s son Blair and his ‘golden child’ Barry Corr?

    Spencer and Paterson have goals in them, get them on the pitch!


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