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Offline blueski

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Re: Silva’s Playbook
« on: November 04, 2018, 12:17:59 AM »
Personally liked the attacking combinations and general pace of decisions when we were on the ball in their half today

There were plenty of instances where things didn't come off but its refreshing vs any of the 3 prior regimes. lots of attempted and successful two and 3 player combinations with the end goal being to attempt to create a chance. Yes there were crosses but there were also a lot of attempts to create chances at players feet.

Weve been slogging so long through Everton teams that endlessly passed the ball sideways and backwards it feels liberating doesn't it?
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