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The former England U17 international Nicky Ajose, who is currently playing for the Swindon Town has defended his boss Luke William’s decision to substitute him in Saturday's defeat by Port Vale.
'I'm not (Cristiano) Ronaldo, I'm allowed to be subbed,'
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The head coach of Swindon Town, Luke Williams was criticized by some of the travelling fans, when he replaced the 25-year-old goals corer Nicky Ajose after 75 minutes.
But the Swindon Town forward Nicky Ajose has defended his boss Luke William’s decision to substitute him in Saturday's defeat by Port Vale, as he told to BBC Wiltshire, "Luke getting pelters when I got took off surprised me a bit. I'm not (Cristiano) Ronaldo, I'm allowed to be subbed,"
"A player can't come back from a fatigue-based injury and play 90 minutes the next week. It was meant to be 60 so I think Luke pushed me a bit playing me for 75."
After some back-to-back defeats leaving Swindon Town four points adrift of safety, but the 25-year-old, who has already has scored three goals in seven games since returning to the County Ground on loan from Charlton is confident the Robins can avoid relegation to League Two.
As he added, "We probably need to win half our games to stay up. It's still in our hands, we've just got to put some wins on the board," he added.
"We've got enough quality to beat anyone. We just need to find the consistency."