Jerome to hold talks with Stoke boss Pulis

Cameron Jerome is keen to hold discussions with Stoke City manager Tony Pulis regarding his role at the club.

Cameron Jerome is keen to hold discussions with Stoke City manager Tony Pulis regarding his role at the club.

The 25-year old scored his eighth goal of the season in all competitions two minutes after coming on to resurrect a point in the 1-1 draw with Everton last night.

Jerome has often been overlooked by Pulis since he signed from Birmingham City last summer, starting just 16 times, and he feels he should be receiving much more game time.

"I think I have made a big impact this year," Jerome told The Sentinel.

"In the Europa League I have played most of the games and scored a few goals, and I have scored in the domestic cups.

"I have not been given a fair crack of the whip – what I think would be a fair run in the side.

"That's just my personal opinion. I train hard and I see what goes on in training. The rotation policy has not been fair in my eyes, but that is the manager's decision.

"Everyone else has to get on with it. You just have to try to make an impact when you get your opportunity on the pitch.

"But with coming on for 10 minutes here and there, it is very hard to make an impact in the Premier League."

 

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