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lack of game time I suspect. it''s a harsh cycle for some players. don''t play well > don''t play much at all > Not getting any better through not playing > Plays even less.

some players thrive from being left on the bench, and come back stronger (see Holt.) and some players don''t.

He needs to find a way to pick himself up before January comes around.

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He''s not getting alot of support from the attacking players behind him. When we play this formation with Holt, Hoolahan, Pilkington and Bennett , Holt was never isolated, someone was always with him offering support either wide or central. Morisons net getting that support at the moment and is feeding on scraps

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[quote user="Mister Chops"]I''d rather we played Ann Widdecombe up front.[/quote]Well, she certainly has plenty up front.

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Most strikers in a 4-5-1 fail unless they put in great work-rate. Holt is the obvious example who puts in incredible work rate.

Torres at Chelsea is another example. He has fantastic players supporting him but he has had to sacrifice some of his natural goal-scoring positions in order to work hard for the team.

Morison is a good finisher, especially with his head but he is not as adapt to putting in a shift for upfront by himself, indeed most strikers aren''t.

As others have said, upfront with Holt alongside, he will score goals. Dragging defenders from side to side and running for lost causes is not his game.

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