Vincenti staying at Boro for now
PETER Vincenti is fully focussed on winning a place in Graham Westley s starting XI. The midfielder played 90 minutes for Woking last week, with Cards boss Graham Baker suggesting a loan deal may be possible, but Vincenti said as far as he was aware he s
PETER Vincenti is fully focussed on winning a place in Graham Westley's starting XI.
The midfielder played 90 minutes for Woking last week, with Cards boss Graham Baker suggesting a loan deal may be possible, but Vincenti said as far as he was aware he's staying put.
"I just went down there and had a game and played well and that's all there is to it at the minute," he told The Comet.
"I wasn't too sure what was happening. I just got told to go down there and get a game. As far as I know that's the end of it, I'm not sure if there are any more developments that have happened."
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Woking are still looking to take Vincenti on loan according to their official club website but added there is "a substantial gap" between Boro and the Blue Square South side in terms of finances.
In the meantime, Vincenti is content to bide his time and knows that with a long season ahead he will get his chance sooner or later.
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"It's a good squad that we've got here, so everyone's got to knuckle down and win a place. It'll be difficult [to get it] and it'll be difficult for the lads to keep their shirts. Once someone gets their chance I can see them going in and staking a claim.
The 23-year-old added: "It's a good squad and everyone's got their part to play. It's a long season and we haven't even started yet. Everyone's going to play a part and if we all pull together I think it can be a good season for us."
The former Jersey Player of the Year was an unused sub against former club Millwall on Saturday and he admitted to being disappointed that he didn't get on to show what he could do.
"It was disappointing not to get on. I would have liked to have got on and done one or two things but it was nice to see the old lads again but we'll move on, get back to training and get ready for the next game.