No room for Clarets duo – Laws

Laws said: “Unfortunately I can only satisfy the first XI,

semi-satisfy the subs and never satisfy the others. “I know Joey is

a strong-minded lad. He wants to play football and believes he

should be in the team but at the moment I don’t believe that. “That

is the situation, it is a matter of opinion. If we beg to differ on

that, that is fine, it is part and parcel of football. “But as far

as a bust-up is concerned, it is a load of rubbish. He is working

as hard as he possibly can to try to get into the team.” Ecuador

playmaker Guerrero has failed to make an impact since joining the

club on a season-long loan from Independiente del Valle. The

20-year-old showed flashes of talent earlier in the season but has

made just seven Premier League appearances and not featured at all

since Laws took charge last month. Laws said: “He is a player that

has come in with high expectations but we have come to a decision

that he is not going to get into our side. “He is a player that

needs to move on and see if there is anything out there that would

suit him better. “He is probably disappointed and I think everyone

is disappointed that he has not made an impact at the football

club. “But we have got to move on and concentrate on those who are

going to affect the team.”