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Offline Lazarou

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Re: Should we sack Koeman?
« on: October 23, 2017, 05:40:06 PM »
Not a player though, to the media he never criticised anyone. Not Mirallas for grabbing the ball off Baines, not Stones for playing chicken in the 6 yard box, not Rom for generally not looking that bothered some days. I think he genuinely lost the dressing room in a way that Koeman hasn't, but we couldn't defend under Martinez, under Koeman we can't attack or defend or pass, apart from that we're solid.

He never hung any player out to dry like Koeman, with him it is every match. The players must talk about it, we all have a moan about the boss. The thing is with footballers especially in the PL is that they have the power to change it. Koeman just comes across as a arrogant prick.

I am sure the handling of Barkley or the public criticism must be playing a part in our demise. Changing tactics every 45 minutes does not help your position as a autocratic leader either.

That's why I have been sure for a while the dressing room is lost.
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