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Author Topic: The big man, the boss; Big Sam  (Read 127267 times)

Offline Normm

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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: February 11, 2018, 03:12:53 AM »
Apart from today and about 30 mins against Leicester the performances have been truly dire.

On a par or worse than Koeman dire, and that is saying something.

400 minutes without a shot on target dire.

To be fair, the set-up he inherited from Unsworth's last game against West Ham worked well and had good results ...until he started swapping and changing. Thankfully, there are still leaders on the pitch, like Sigs, Jags, Rooney and Coleman. Everton needs continuity with team selections and formations. The set-up against Arsenal invited trouble from the off - too many changes and players with little form or confidence being asked to play in unfamiliar roles alongside each other. The manager just blaming the players and not himself was not acceptable. Today was better, but Keene alongside Mangala was a recipe for trouble - and so it proved. It was a relief to see him limp off (sorry to say) because he needs time to adjust.


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