Inspirational skipper Gaby Zakuani has pledged that Posh will soon replace whining with winning.
Zakuani is adamant that Posh don’t deserve to be rock bottom of the Championship with no points from four matches following an unfortunate 1-0 defeat at Birmingham last Saturday.
But he accepts that the time for excuses is running out.
The players need to start doing their talking on the pitch.
Zakuani said: “We have had some bad luck this season. There’s no doubt about that and no-one who saw the game at Birmingham could deny that we deserved something from the match. In fact the only overall performance that’s disappointed me was against Millwall.
“But as captain, I can promise the fans, that no-one is getting downhearted and that we all believe we will put it right.
“We’ll roll up our sleeves and keep battling. We all believe we can survive at Championship level, but the best way to prove that is to start winning matches. We’ve all worked too hard to let it slip away.”
Posh are next in Championship action when visiting fellow strugglers Burnley on Saturday, 15 September. Posh are three points adrift at the bottom of the table.
Ipswich would love George
Barry Fry claims George Boyd would be ‘a sensational signing’ for Championship rivals Ipswich Town.
But the Posh Director of Football insists no loan deal with a view to a permanent move has been agreed with the Tractor Boys.
Ipswich made a successful bid for Boyd last week, but failed to agree personal terms leading to speculation that the deal could be resurrected when the loan transfer window re-opens this weekend.
Fry said: “The Ipswich fans have been brought up on good football so George would be a sensational signing for them. “He’s the White Pele, but he also covers every blade of grass.
“But the ball is in Ipswich’s court as far as getting the transfer back on is concerned.
“It’s up to them to convince George about the move.”
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