hibbert is a defender, and he appeared to do little wrong today. I think some people want virtual football, where everybody is an attacking threat. that isn't the way it works, and teams are often caught out by too adventurous full back play. not to say it should never happen, but there's a balance.
many slag off glenn johnson, who's great going forward, for having poor defensive abilities. again, you can rarely have it both ways.
wanting hibbert to be replaced by coleman every time we need more going forward is naive in the extreme. what about the other 9? coleman has looked good so far, and his day will undoubtedly come, but he's still learning, and shouldn't be seen as the solution to all our attacking failings.
we were excellent yesterday, we just failed to take our chances, and that wasn't hibbert's fault.
some of you should go to a few live matches before passing damning judgement. tv and computer streams don't give much of an idea on the full story. same goes for stream viewers giving negative player ratings just for the sake of it. daft.