Guatemalan Pezzarossi Hopes For Bolton Stay

Last updated : 27 January 2004 By Mark Heys
Guatemalan international striker Dwight Pezzarossi has been told that his future will be decided once he has taken part in a practise game for Bolton Wanderers on Wednesday.

The South American front man has been training with the Wanderers during the past week and knows that a good match tommorow could secure him a short term contract in European football where he has already had a stint with Spanish club Racing Club de Ferrol

Pezzarossi 24, has set his heart on moving to Wanderers and told SKY Sports that he must have the game of his life if he is to secure a contract.

"I have a week to train with the team and, this Wednesday, we will play in the afternoon," Pezzarossi told Rojomania.

"The coach told me that he will decide whether I stay or go after this encounter. I am conscious that I should play the best game of my life. There are 90 minutes and I have to convince. That is the key and I am ready to stay.

The player who plays for Communicaciones had told reporters that he has other options of teams to play for but he says that Bolton is the one team he would like to play for

"Other possibilities exist that my agent handles, but the closest club was always Bolton. I hope I can impress the coaches in this game so I can remain at this club."