FORTUNE STILL YET TO MAKE HIS MARC
MARC Antoine-Fortune admits he was expected to bring some Premier League class to Coventry City – though that hasn’t turned into goals.
The 34-year-old striker spent more than three seasons in the top tier with West Brom but up until this weekend had scored just two goals for the Sky Blues since signing in the summer.
Instead, teenage Newcastle United loanee Adam Armstrong has been shouldering much of the goalscoring responsibility.
“I know I played in the Premier League so maybe they expect a bit more but trust me I give all I can,” said Antoine-Fortune. “I will try my best every time I am on the pitch.
“It can be difficult when you don’t play many games and, for me, the season has been so-so – not the best and not the worst.
“Hopefully the fans understand I am the type of player who loves football first and will always do my best.”