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February 04, 2018, 02:52:20 PM
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Sorry mate but he has put them back in the team . Unsworth put those who weren't up for the fight out to grass and that cunt has brought them back in . Schneiderlin should have been gone with Mirallas . Lennon for all his limitations ran his fucking heart out every game . Davies and DCL give there all and Holgate and Jagielka are far and away superior to Keane and Williams . Bolasie isn't even a footballer and a talent like Lookman is out on loan at one of Germanys top clubs . He has created a total mess after getting his first few results off the back of Unsworth sorting the mess out . The worse thing is I don't think Sivlva was or is the answer . The bloke just found himself catapulted into the Prem by Hull and Watford . He has done less than Carvalho , Jokanovic , Rowett or Nuno Sanchez have in the Championship . Moshiri is a fucking clown and will just go for a quick fix . He is the sort of bloke who buys a new car because his clutch goes . This club for all its Jim White inspired waffling is a fucking joke and this cunt will put us right back in a relegation battle .

To be fair Unsy picked Schneiderlin in the very next game after the training ground incident and regularly picked Mirallas.

He wasn’t any different with regards to multiple changes from game to game (even half to half).

The last game did find the right balance in terms of midfield (as we seen vs Leicester) and should be replicated as often as possible.

February 06, 2018, 12:59:52 AM
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Still find it amusing his defence was that he copied Swansea and so the tactics were fine. Is that the extent of our ideas? It's the tactical equivalent of trying to answer exam questions by looking at what the kid next to us is writing and wondering what went wrong.

It’s just as baffling that he’d then hammer the players when all he’d done was show them videos of that game.

Ignoring completely Home / away dynamics for us and them, different players, that they probably practiced that for a week before the game.

He actually said something similar after Spurs where he said he toyed with the idea of copying WHam but then opted for the more “attacking” approach.

I don’t expect us to go all gung ho in these games at all but we should at least be playing with some resemblance to how we normally play not just copying wholesale someone else with previous success.