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Bowen “struggle” gets Moyes response

Jarrod Bowen has been given a vote of confidence by boss David Moyes!

The former Hull man has struggled at times this season.

He has not scored since the clash with West Brom in January and last provided an assist in the game after, versus Crystal Palace.

Moyes, though, believes that the Irons star has been in exceptional form and thinks he will only improve as time goes on.

Bowen has completed the 90 minutes five times this season.

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Moyes told reporters before this weekend’s clash with Manchester United: “He’s nearly had a full year in the Premier League since last January, obviously we’ve had a break. And he’s nearly been non-stop so we just actually think he’s played most of the games .

“I think it would be the same for any player, but certainly one who’s come from the Championship into the Premier League. I think he’s done brilliantly well, and just had a couple of games where I felt as if we needed to give him a breather and change around a little bit.

“But, more than happy, Jarrod has done a great job and there’ll be plenty more opportunities for him coming up shortly, I have always had a lot of self-belief in my coaching, planning and organisation to build teams or get them to the pitch to get results. To try to get a team from around the bottom of the league to around the top is a big change.”

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

2 comments on “Bowen “struggle” gets Moyes response

  1. Jarrod came out of the gates flying. He clearly has the ability, but the bump and grind of EPL must be wearing. He has looked tired.
    I look forward to seeing him resuming his amazing two way play.

  2. It’s been a long time since we’ve had a manager who is hard on the squad, empathic to the individual.
    David Moyse management of this team is nothing short of revolutionary in terms of recent history.
    I think he has finally found a club that matches him in desire and passion.
    Although I’m 16,000km away, I can’t wait to watch games on the TV and hear tens of thousands of fans singing his, the clubs, the players names.
    I just feel proud of this team.

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