Steve says he can see both sides of the argument
teve Davis admits that it is frustrating not to have his join leading scorer Marcus Haber available for this weekend’s home clash with Coventry City but he understands the Canadian’s desire to represent his country.S
cap at International level. Whilst Haber chose to play for Canada, his International team-mate Simeon Jackson has remain in the United Kingdom to play for Coventry City against us this weekend. Davis stresses that he understands both sides of the argument.thCanada take on Colombia in a prestigious friendly match with Colombia on Tuesday and Haber will be hoping to claim his 11
Steve told the club’s official web-site: “It is frustrating not to have Marcus here with us but I can also understand that he wants to play for his country.
“I can understand his point of view and we had a chat about it. I can see both sides and I support his decision.
He added: “I know Simeon is playing for Coventry but he differs from Marcus in that he has played a number of games now and has scored some goals for them. He is more of an established player for Canada while Marcus is just at the beginning of his International career. He hasn’t got off the ground yet.”