Cort Wants Pole Position
Carl Cort didn't have eth best of seasons last year.
The one time £7 million pound signing missed 3 months of the season through injury, and found goals hard to come by in Glenn Hoddles 3 man attack, bagging a retun of 11 goals from 25 starts with a further 8 appearances as substitute.
Now, with the new season approaching and the players back in pre season training Carl has spoken to the clubs official site regarding the coming campaign, and the need to strike a new patrnership with Polish Player Of The Year Tomasz Frankowski.
'We don't know what the situation is at the moment, but there's a chance it will be me and Tomasz in the team and so we need to work together over the summer to build on our partnership, as we've not played together very often,' Carl said earlier today, hinting that there may be a more orthadox 4-4-2 formation this season.
Frankowski himself had a torrid time desperately trying to win over sceptical fans whislt struggling to find the net, something that Carl can empathise with.
'Goals breed confidence and as a striker I felt for him with the way things went last season, but I'm sure he'll soon be firing well.' he said, adding
'We've all seen what he can do on the training field and pre-season will give us all a chance to work on things as a team.'
Will it be a classic big 'un, little 'un
forward line or has Glenn Hoddle got other plans up his sleeve?