|Peters Back With Town|
Thursday, 8th Dec 2011 10:24
Midfielder or full-back Jaime Peters is back at Portman Road after his loan at Bournemouth wasn’t extended into a third month prior to the recent deadline.
The Canadian, who has another 18 months left on his Town contract, made 10 appearances during his two months with the League One side.
The 24-year-old's only game for the Blues this season was the Carling Cup defeat to Northampton in August.
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|Drew added 10:34 - Dec 8|
I really like Peters, just a same he was never given a real run in the side.
|rosseden added 10:49 - Dec 8|
lets see if PJ is prepared to give him a go in the side to shake it up a bit.....
|agc232 added 10:49 - Dec 8|
rosseden, i was thinking the same!
|legoman added 10:53 - Dec 8|
Forward central midfield role. Saw him play part of one match there and thought he was great.
|BLUEBEAT added 10:53 - Dec 8|
better than Edwards, at least
|parkinshair added 10:54 - Dec 8|
I would give him a game. Quite frankly what have we got to lose at the moment. At least he has a bit of pace about him.
|BROTHERBLUE1974 added 10:58 - Dec 8|
The end of the day could he do any Worse. I don't think so.
|SouperJim added 11:00 - Dec 8|
These comments are a joke. Not wanted at a league one side, yet he should go straight into our team? Clueless.
|jutty added 11:04 - Dec 8|
^^Totally agree SouperJim, he always gives 100% but he just isn't good enough
Surely if anyone should be given a go at right back its Wabara
|Skippy93 added 11:04 - Dec 8|
SouperJim you beat me to it. He was woeful against Northampton and that will stick in PJ's mind. Can't see him here beyond the summer.
|yorksblue added 11:05 - Dec 8|
We're on a level par with league one at the moment.
|saffronblue added 11:07 - Dec 8|
Not good enough for Bournmouth yet Muppets still want him in our first team. Sometimes I despair.
|Legend added 11:11 - Dec 8|
SouperJim, you are the clueless one my friend!!
So a certain Grant Holt that came came from a league two side was a rubbish invesment from Norwich???
Just because they didn't extend peters loan does not mean he is rubbish!!
Peters has in his game Passion, desire, pace and a attacking attitude, More than the current shambles has put together!
|rosseden added 11:15 - Dec 8|
what peters lacks in ability he makes up for in all the things listed by Legend...... Passion, desire, pace and a attacking attitude.......
If anyone on here is to be believed thats about the same list of attributes the current team seem to be lacking....... we all know JB has more talent in one of his legs than most players in this league, it just depends if he can be bothered to use it...... with the current issues id rather see a player with 50% ability giving it 100%, than a player with 100% ability giving it 50%!!!
|Wallingford_Boy added 11:15 - Dec 8|
100 times better than the hapless Edwards so has to go in at right back..
|SouperJim added 11:20 - Dec 8|
Legend, Grant Holt wasn't unwanted at Bournemouth. Engage brain please.
Anybody thinking Peters has "passion, desire, pace and an attacking attitude" clearly can't have seen his last couple of appearances in a town shirt. In the cup game he was a joke, almost refused to support JET on the right in any way and looked like a rabbit in headlights, totally bereft of confidence. Putting him into the first team until he comes good is no kind of answer, he needs to move on and find a new club.
|Frase1987 added 11:21 - Dec 8|
He doesn't get a game for ages then when he does he's rusty and people say "OMG USELESS".
He was a decent player when he played often under Keane.
|petersongoal added 11:22 - Dec 8|
Peters is one of our best players. He's got pace and passion by the bucket load. His only real concern is his height and he lacks technical ability at times but he's certainly far better than half the muppets we've got there at the minute. Player him in midfield not at RB and you'll see a marked improvement. Jewell has been asking for youth and pace...well it's sitting in front of him in Peters. Nuff said.
|petermorris added 11:23 - Dec 8|
Hilarious. Two of you negative ‘supporters’ (above) have recently stated that PJ should be scouring the lower leagues in order to find players, yet the moment one of our player’s steps down a league to get games and keep fit - that player becomes a write off.
|rosseden added 11:28 - Dec 8|
good point well made petermorris.......
|Infineteregress added 11:29 - Dec 8|
Welcome back Jaime!
Peters is a player who seems to divide opinion among fans but he does have guts, passion and pace in his play, something we're sorely lacking at the moment.
Not saying he should go into the starting XI for Saturday, but wouldn't mind seeing him on the bench as a potential impact sub.
|Pessimistic added 11:30 - Dec 8|
Well whatever he is now he was promising not that long ago. I agree he should be given a chance in midfield if anywhere. People forget but the reason he came to Ipswich and not Chelsea was thanks to a petition signed by 2,000 Town supporters so obviously some of us have short memories...
|tractorboybig added 11:35 - Dec 8|
we are a league one side,
right back has been our achilles heel all season, nothing done to resolve it.
Obviously edwards seeing out his extended contract on a good wack so probaly cant afford anyone else. ( Unless they are old and on a freebee) an Pj may go for him.
To young to play for a pj team anyway.
|jutty added 11:38 - Dec 8|
Who has ever said on here that PJ scours the lower leagues for players that are unwanted by their teams, we are looking to pick the cream from the lower leagues, not the bench warmers and journeymen...
Clueless is indeed the word
|8ashblue added 11:38 - Dec 8|
Although ive seen JP play some good games (eg Reading away) i dont think he's good enough. It would apear then that he'll go out on loan again as he didnt cut it at AFCB
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