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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: February 04, 2018, 11:24:06 PM »
I personally didn’t have a problem with how we played under RK, well in that run of Home games at least.

But I think for the best chance of getting the crowd on side is your current higher pressing type approach.

Which should tie into being able to play younger players who a) can do it physically and b) are more malleable.

Although even using the team from the Leicester game, none of them would be against high energy approaches (Rooney legs aside) so don’t think it’d be a massive / impossible leap.

Does feel like the in thing and there’s lots of good sides doing it.

If we can recruit well enough to it then no problem with that. I think fonseca is in that kind of area.

P.s any sort of bang average sides doing it? Like our kind of level? Should be Europa kind of teams.
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