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3 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

I vehemently and passionately disagree totally with him

I'd also be interested to know how many other teams he managed his way and succeeded with

 

Nearly all the best managers change formation/ style/ approach pretty regularly.

 

The idea that the only way to successful is to play the same team/ formation every game is hugely outdated. 

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3 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 


I don't personally agree with labelling Darren Moore 'donkey' or any other personal dig like that

I don't understand the need for it

How is it personal ??

 

There criticising the manager not the person 

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3 hours ago, Mr. Tom said:

It occurs to me that the objective in golf is, weirdly, to play as little golf as possible. That’s how you win at golf.

 

Starting to suspect we’re taking a similar approach when we pick teams and tactics.

 

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lol


Was thinking similar; we're taking our scoring approach from darts!

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23 minutes ago, NorthernOwl said:

 

Nearly all the best managers change formation/ style/ approach pretty regularly.

 

The idea that the only way to successful is to play the same team/ formation every game is hugely outdated. 


 

That’s fair enough so long as the new ways work for us 

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4 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:


 

That’s fair enough so long as the new ways work for us 

 

I do agree he's changing things too much at the moment. So I am with you on that.

 

But I don't have an issue with adapting to the opposition per se. 

 

We just don't have the balance quite right at this moment in time.

 

 

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