Bryan Oviedo Wants Everton Exit.

Dec 4th 2013 - Manchester, UK -Man Utd Everton at Old Trafford. Everton's Bryan Oviedo hoisted aloft by Everton's Sylvain Distin at the end. PIcture by Ian Hodgson/Daily Mail
Bryan Oviedo, Everton.

Bryan Oviedo has spoken out about Everton exit and his lack of game time under Everton manager, Ronald Koeman.

The Costa Rica and Everton fullback said “This is the most difficult time I have had at Everton when I have not been injured. I’ve not even been on the bench for the past two months.

“The manager has told me it is a tricky situation, but said he needs attacking players – so I just have to wait.

“It is hard for me, as you never prepare yourself NOT to play. You want to be involved and taken into account.

“In the past at least I had the chance to come on as a sub under previous managers David Moyes and Roberto Martinez. Koeman calms me down a bit by telling me it is not my fault I am not playing.

“I ask the good Lord to give me patience, so I do not give up hope.

“I think about the option of joining another club, where I could play more regularly. The problem with Everton is that I’m not playing matches.”

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  1. Disagree. Oviedo is a valuable player to have in the squad. He can play a few different positions. We need cover at full back, and he can play on either side. Please stay Brian. Some of us Bluenoses rate you and would like you to stay.


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