I agree that Micky Bennett is struggling to hold down his place, even though we are going through a lack of defensive players. I do not question Micky's attitude or commitment, but unfortunately he does not possess the skill to remain in the team. However, the supposed Canvey fans who were standing by my dad slagging Benno off the entire game are a disgrace. Issues like this should addressed after games, just like we are doing now. As I have already said in another message, it is not Benno's fault. All he can do is give his all and if that is not good enough, then it is the job of the management to find a replacement. <p>A few weeks ago I went to Wimbledon for the Fans United Day. This was in aid of the campeign against Wimbledon being moved to Milton Keynes. As Brighton were in a similar situation a few years ago there were many Brighton fans there supporting the cause. Me and my mate went wearing our beloved Canvey shirts and recieved many congratulations from other fans for the Northampton game. When I got talking to a group of Brighton fans we talked about the cup game a few years back, and then they asked about Peter Smith. They had nothing bad to say about Buzz and said what a quality player he was. I then mentioned that we have got Micky Bennett as well, and their response was that 'it was a good day for Brighton Football Club when he left.' This is not me saying this, but Brighton fans where he was voted player of the year (though they didn't seem to remember that.)<p>At the end of the day I will support Benno when he plays, but I don't think he is good enough to play for Canvey. However, when he plays central midfield and goes forward he is quite handy, but we've got more than enough quality in that department.