Here it is. The chance is now. The opportunity to finally embed Santon into the team. Now, don't get me wrong, Ryan Taylor has done very, VERY well at left-back this season. THAT goal at the Stadium of...you know the rest, the thunderbolt against Everton (WHAT a strike lad!) but we did sign Santon for a reason. Now, I know Taylor's been good, but I think we all know who the better player is. Santon came from Inter Milan, and has Champions League experience. Even Jose dubbed him the 'next Paolo Maldini'. Some doing. I actually rate Danny Simpson (don't shoot me), he's played with maturity and has been strong mentally in the wake of the unfortunate news surrounding his daughter. Look at his clearance off the line last weekend - up there with Richard Dunne's intervention in Russia as one of the best pieces of last-ditch defending I've ever witnessed. Santon must be ruddy fed up - he's left the heights of Serie A, to the cold bench up north in England. We need to integrate him soon, or he's going to be making noises, and this won't be good for harmony to have a sulky Italian. So, here me out. I think Sammy is rash, and at times clumsy. I just don't think he's quite ready, I really don't. Why not play Ryan on the wing against Chelsea, with Santon behind him? This way, we won't have to ditch Taylor's fantastic set-pieces or knock his confidence, and we can finally take the opportunity to see what Santon's made of. What do you think?