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Oscar's delight for Ulloa

The Argus: Oscar Garcia at today's game with Doncaster. Picture by Simon Dack Oscar Garcia at today's game with Doncaster. Picture by Simon Dack

Albion head coach Oscar Garcia admitted his delight for matchwinner Leonardo Ulloa after a 1-0 victory at home to Doncaster.

Ulloa netted his first goal in seven games with 15 minutes remaining to claim the three points.

Oscar said: “We started really well but when you have a lot of chances and don’t score you can maybe lose your confidence. But we kept playing well, creating chances and finally Leo took it really well.

“He’s been exactly the same player that we know. It will be good for his confidence but he is helping us a lot, not only scoring goals but creating chances, creating spaces for his team-mates. I think he is doing his job.

“I am sure he will be really pleased with his goal.”

The Albion chief also hailed the contribution of Solly March.

He added: We know Solly March is one of our young talents. We are trying to help him improve as a player. He has enough quality to be an important part of the first team at Brighton in the next years.”

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8:09pm Sat 8 Feb 14

gordongull says...

Oscar is both eloquent and charismatic.
So why have we had to endure the post-match platitudes of Nathan Jones for the last six months?
Oscar is both eloquent and charismatic. So why have we had to endure the post-match platitudes of Nathan Jones for the last six months? gordongull
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9:34pm Sat 8 Feb 14

raymondo999 says...

gordongull wrote:
Oscar is both eloquent and charismatic.
So why have we had to endure the post-match platitudes of Nathan Jones for the last six months?
Cos Oscar has been learning English. Eloquent and charismatic is a bit over the top, but jones and his platitudes is spot on. But hey this is football, if you want intelligent comments watch rugby or cricket.
[quote][p][bold]gordongull[/bold] wrote: Oscar is both eloquent and charismatic. So why have we had to endure the post-match platitudes of Nathan Jones for the last six months?[/p][/quote]Cos Oscar has been learning English. Eloquent and charismatic is a bit over the top, but jones and his platitudes is spot on. But hey this is football, if you want intelligent comments watch rugby or cricket. raymondo999
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7:42am Sun 9 Feb 14

Albion In Staffs says...

I'm grateful that it's OG we're hearing from this week, it builds a bit of character into his position but it amuses me that the writer says Oscar "ADMITTED his delight for match winner Leonardo Ulloa" as if it's some major revelation of guilt!
Perhaps he actually said: "I'm sorry everyone, I know you might think it strange and I really should get out more, but I'm really pleased we won today and that Leo scored....."
Sorry, it's a small point, but it just had to be said. I can calm down now..
I'm grateful that it's OG we're hearing from this week, it builds a bit of character into his position but it amuses me that the writer says Oscar "ADMITTED his delight for match winner Leonardo Ulloa" as if it's some major revelation of guilt! Perhaps he actually said: "I'm sorry everyone, I know you might think it strange and I really should get out more, but I'm really pleased we won today and that Leo scored....." Sorry, it's a small point, but it just had to be said. I can calm down now.. Albion In Staffs
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9:38am Sun 9 Feb 14

WiseOldSeagull says...

I thought Ulloa and March were excellent yesterday and Rodney shows signs that he's got something about him. In Rodney's case I think he'll produce more the longer he gets in the first team to aclimatise.
I thought Ulloa and March were excellent yesterday and Rodney shows signs that he's got something about him. In Rodney's case I think he'll produce more the longer he gets in the first team to aclimatise. WiseOldSeagull
  • Score: 7

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