October 22, 2017, 05:16:54 PM

Author Topic: Ra(p)tings vs spuds  (Read 1364 times)

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September 11, 2017, 08:53:15 PM
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GLewis

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i understand what your stating, but those attacking options where wrong, they helped us create nothing attacking wise, even the right back that was played due to being more attacking,, didnt create chances, if he wanted a proper attacking right back he would play kenny... that front 4 cant play together, they all occupy the same spaces, so to me, that is not attacking at all, things can be glossed over, ie playing 4 attackers and an attacking right back, but you have to look at what they have created, not just saturday but previously.

That wasn't the point I was making. I'm talking about the approach not individuals per se.

Most people were moaning about a potential 3 at the back and just sitting on the edge of our own box at home.

As it was he selected the exact opposite of that suggesting he has differing mindsets depending on if we're home or away.

It's no consolation but we at least have two ways of losing comprehensively to better sides now.

:)

deCoubertin