As I don't hide, I don't rate Pearce at all. For a guy that plays that position exclusively he doesn't strike me as having the best judgment going forward, and he doesn't seem comfortable on the ball. Defensively, he gets abused by anyone with pace. Even if Bornstein makes mistakes, he's got loads of pace to get back. His crossing was a bit off, but it is usually better, and it will get better. I'll hold to my previous statement, I think Bornstein wins the job if he stays healthy and plays left back every week. Doesn't matter what league.