To ignore what happened on Tuesday would be foolish
Thu Aug 9, 2012 09:05
were you there? Ok, it was only a friendly so no points were at stake. But if we are going to stick our heads in the sand, and accept that was the effort that the squad were putting in to win their places in the starting line up for the start of the season proper, then we have reason to worry.
It is not so much the result it is the team shape, balance, communication issues (see Basey OG), lack of fitness prevalent in new signings such as Logan and Oli who are frankly overweight, lack of attacking creativity, continuation of defensive weaknesses and inexperience throughout the squad that are all glaring problems. Choosing to ignore that because friendlies are pointless is just being ignorant.
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To ignore what happened on Tuesday would be foolish DJ,Thu Aug 9 09:05