Date: 12th February 2020 at 8:00pm
Written by: Mark Day

Well, I sort of saw this kind of thing coming, that’s why I asked the question.

When news broke the other day that Jefferson Montero was set to leave St Andrew’s at the end of the season, I pondered whether it was worth our while to play him between now and May. And judging by the response to his performance last night, I think the answer falls safely in the ‘leave him off the pitch’ category.

Whilst the Blues managed to come out of Oakwell last night with the victory, it’s fair to say that not everybody was pulling their weight, with Montero coming in for a lot of stick for his display before he was eventually replaced by Jeremie Bela in the 70th minute.

Perhaps this was always the plan to give him a few games and allow Bela a little bit of rest every now and then, so hopefully it doesn’t come to anything more than that, because he hasn’t contributed much to the team’s efforts this season, and judging on last night, he probably won’t be doing much going forward either.

Should Montero play for the Blues again?





It may be best to just call it quits if this is the kind of reception he’s going to get.

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3 Replies to ““Absolute nothing player”- Lots of Blues fans left fuming after this man’s “awful” display”

  • Hanging out with the moaners again? Its fair to say he didn’t have much of an impact last night but we didn’t really play to his strengths. Bela has a hamstring strain, Baily is out on loan, Mags is injured so it only leaves Keita who isn’t up for it. We might see him yet but I don’t see why you have to post remarks that come from people who never take the time to read the facts.

  • Gazal.You must be one of the irritating commenters to man. Why post dour stuff and why do you bother. Someone once said that you would be useless alongside in the trenches. How right.

  • That was my comment about some of the clueless idiots who post on here and other platforms. Glad you liked it enough to re quote.

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