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Article: Iceman Knows he Needs to Stay Cool in Premier League

Iceman Knows he Needs to Stay Cool in Premier League

Gerwyn Price believes he’s “trying too hard” in the Premier League after a gritty start to his debut campaign. The plucky Wales No 1 has found life tough on the PL big stage with two points from four opening matches. But he has produced two epic comebacks from 5-1 down to Peter Wright and Daryl Gurney to grab draws and underline his fighting personality. Now he faces a similarly struggling Raymond van Barneveld in Leeds on Thursday night bidding to end his winless run. And The Iceman knows he needs to stay cool. He said: “The floor events I’ve been doing alright, the first ProTour on the Saturday I done really well. I thought I’d come off the back of that into the Premier League pretty good. “I played Mensur Suljovic and didn’t get a result. I don’t know what is it, I think I try too hard maybe in the Premier League because I haven’t had a win. “I’ve picked up some points but I haven’t really performed that well. So I’m just looking for a good run to push me forward and hopefully that will start in Leeds.” After Price’s excellent run to the final of the Coral UK Open 12 months ago, he missed out this time in the quarter-final to eventual runner-up Corey Cadby. But he admits he was just pleased to get to Minehead, which was eventually played in bizarre circumstances without any fans at the venue. He added: “When I got out there there was no crowd and it was a bit dead. “I just wanted to win, didn’t matter how I played, I didn’t play particularly well, I just wanted to get the win. “We were in Exeter so when the Premier League was called off just got to Minehead as quick as we could before the bad weather really kicked in. “If I was at home and I’d left any later I don’t think I would have made it. “Thankfully the Premier League was called off and I’m still alive and kicking.” By Phil Lanning (@lannomedia)

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