Re the positives, looking now it’s hard because we’re in a terrible run.
If you go back to 95 mins at Anfield, you’d say that our shape was very good, it was difficult in open play to score against us, and when there was a bit more space we played some exciting stuff.
Individuals were much improved too, with Sig producing, Keane rescued from disaster last season.
Issues were set pieces and amount of play through the middle when the game was stodgy.
Overall set pieces have been the biggest downfall.
Which you’d hope would be more solvable.