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Scotland Not Happy With Recent Form

Scotland Not Happy With Recent Form

Swansea City's joint top scorer Jason Scotland says he's not been happy with his recent form.

The Trinidad & Tobago forward has scored 6 goals this season but has failed to find the net in his 5 League appearances.

He told the Evening Post:

'I'm not really happy with my recent form,'

'I can do a bit better.

'For five or six games I was doing more things, I was getting at people and stuff like that.

'But in the last few games I have not been doing things as much as I can.

'I haven't been up to standard, but it could just take one moment to change all that. Form seems to come and go. When it comes it really comes, and when it goes it really goes.

'Hopefully, starting tomorrow, I can try to change things around.'


Despite his lack of goals recently, Swansea have scored 9 goals in their last 2 games to send them top of League One.

Feeney has arrived on loan from Cardiff and has netted 4 goals in 3 games.

Should Jason Scotland be dropped soon if his form doesn't improve?

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Friday October 19 2007
Time: 11:24AM

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give him time. all good players have goal droughts now and again. plus he's the bookies favourite to score first tommorrow. only time will tell.
Scarface4051
19/10/2007 18:53:00
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he's been poor recently though and for a team that's top of the league we need 2 good in-form strikers. i wouldn't drop him yet but he should be soon if his performances dont improve.
KevinE
19/10/2007 20:38:00
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