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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: December 11, 2017, 03:15:41 PM »
I donít really expect not to go and defend.

Utd certainly do it there, Chelsea do it there (but have much better CF option and players who can run 50 yards up the pitch with the ball) etc.

City are good enough to keep the ball - Arsenal get walloped regularly.

Everyone else defends.

Think the plan was that the two big / fast runners would already be in the channels.

Problem was that it rarely went to DCL first half and Niasse was awful.

Plus we still canít seem, despite different managers and players, to find enough players who can do the basics going forward when we go there.

Even Pickford was lashing it out play more often than not.

Yup, this is it. Nothing they would like more than for us to come out and try and attack them. The blueprint to frustrate them is pretty clear, we lacked some quality in goin forward yesterday unfortunately is the only issue.

Plus for most of my life Iíve been hearing Ďah yous played for a draw thereí after derbies so Iím not sure how much more different we did other than a better job of it.
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