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Really impressed with the fluid formation depending on if we were attacking or defending. We've struggled for a while now to break down teams that sit back, and a manager who couldn't find a single idea on how to combat that.Ancelotti in his first game manages to come up with a solution that have us more chance of breaking down a team sitting back, but also kept is solid in case of a counter.I'm not used to this kind of tactical prowess, gets me incredibly excited about our future with him at the helm!
Was saying to my mate/boss today that it make sense and it’s all in one movement in a way. Very fluid and the fact that we were able to execute in a short space of time considering what it was like under Silva is very encouraging. He went the game and is it true that nearly every outfield player had an attempt on goal? If so that again is very encouraging that we’re looking at getting everyone involved and with that increases the possibility of getting on the scoreboard! Sent from my iPhone using NSNO Everton Forums
I don't particularly rate these guys on their football opinion (though TG has some decent podcasts) and watched this the other day.A few have brought up Ancelotti coming to us for money. I'm sure he could get better jobs for similar money at other places. Nobody said Jose was going to Spurs for money even though he's reportedly on £4m more a year than Carlo. Do they think Guardiola works for free at Man City? Of course not, he's on £20m a year.
I mean, that's the fucking point for hiring a professional manager, innit? They'll expect to be paid commensurate to the value of their services. It's a business, after all.Me, I'd do it for love (and maybe a 10% pay rise over my soul-sucking attorney job), but I suspect y'all would notice the dip in quality.
Not if you had yankeeblue as your number 1.
YankeeBlue could keep everyone motivated, and I would ask Bainesy what he thought I should do.
to good to use Dunc are you??.
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